What is a Red Mud Dauber?
A red mud dauber is a small flying insect native to Texas. They are also known as dirt daubers because they build their nests out of mud and other debris. These pests can be found in most residential and commercial properties throughout the state. Texas Bug Control offers preventative treatments for your home or business to help reduce and control the red mud dauber population. Our experienced technicians use a variety of techniques including traps, baits, sprays and dusts to safely eliminate these insects from your property.
Texas Bug Control works to eliminate red mud daubers in residential and commercial buildings across Allandale, Andice, Austin, Barton Creek, Bee Cave, Brushy Creek, Cedar Park, Daffan, Del Valle, Dripping Springs, Jollyville, Jonestown, Georgetown, Green Shores, Hutto, Lakeway, Leander, Liberty Hill, Manor, Mueller, Oak Hill, Onion Creek, Pflugerville, Round Rock, Rough Hollow, Tarrytown, The Hills, Wells Branch, West Lake Hills, and Windemere.
How To Control and Remove Red Mud Dauber?
Texas Bug Control can help you get rid of red mud daubers quickly and effectively. Our technicians will inspect your property to determine the extent of the infestation, then treat the affected areas with a combination of traps, baits, sprays and dusts. After treatment is complete, our team will provide regular follow-up services to ensure that the red mud daubers are kept under control. If you have questions or would like more information on how we can help protect your home or business from these pests, please contact us today! We look forward to hearing from you!
How to Prevent Red Mud Dauber in the Future?
The best way to prevent future red mud dauber infestations is to keep your property clean and free of debris. Regularly inspect your home or business for any signs of these pests and take steps to address them immediately. Additionally, Texas Bug Control offers preventative treatments that can be applied around the perimeter of the building or property to help deter these insects from entering in the future. Contact us today to learn more about our preventative services!