Cob Web Removal Houston Texas
Posted On: October 20, 2012 Categorized In: Blog, Uncategorized
281.883.8470 Our Cob Web Removal service has become the Houston Texas area premier Cob Web Removal and Prevention provider. Our Cob Web removal is performed using environmental safe cleaning products. These products help to release the attachment points of cob webs from the surface so that removing them will not cause harm or damage to the surface. Your landscape and flower beds are completely safe as well.
Cob Webs are most often formed around lights and on homes that are facing a body of water, such as a lake or pond. We have successfully removed cob web infestations from homes that are on Lake Houston, Lake Conroe, and Lake Livingston to name just a few. The pictures in this article are from a home a we recently provided our pressure washing and cob web removal service for located in the Houston Texas area. While our home base is located in Kingwood Texas, we also service the entire Houston Texas area.
As everyone know’s, the biggest problem with cob webs is not the webs themselves, but the spiders and spider egg sacs that come along with them. Keeping your home well maintained, CLEANED, and keeping the cob webs to a minimum is key to keeping the spider population down. The problem is most people just do not have the time to go out on a daily basis and combat these pests.
We also have a cob web prevention service that requires us servicing your home every 6 months that prevents the cob webs and SPIDERS from returning. This is especially popular for boat docks, piers, wood decks on water, and any other location that spiders and cob webs will form and populate. This service is safe for indoors as well.
If you are tired of fighting cob web infestation and there builders, the Spiders, give us a call or text us at 281.883.8470 and we will be happy to discuss some pricing and options available for your property.
Remember Clean and Green Solutions services all of the Houston Kingwood and The Woodlands Texas areas, as well as Spring, West Univeristy, River Oaks, Katy Memorial,and all of Harris and Montgomery Counties.