Veteran and family man, Blake Barron, is owner of RAM Pest.
RAM Pest Management and Home Services is the premier pest control and home services provider in the greater Houston area. We specialize in providing comprehensive pest control solutions for residential and commercial properties, as well as a wide range of home services. Our experienced team of professionals is dedicated to providing the highest quality of service and customer satisfaction. We use the latest technology and techniques such as Integrated Pest Management to ensure that your home or business is free from pests and other unwanted visitors. Our services include pest control, termite control, rodent control, bed bug control, and more. With RAM Pest Management and Home Services, you can rest assured that your home or business is in good hands.
The Black Widow direct fired propane heater is a safe and effective way to eliminate bed bugs from infested areas. The heater uses a direct-fired propane flame to quickly and safely reach temperatures of up to 120°F, which is sufficient to kill all stages of bed bugs. The heater can be used to treat large areas, and it also includes a built-in thermostat and fan to ensure even heat distribution.
Heat has a major effect on bed bugs, as it can be used to eradicate them. Heat can penetrate deep into materials and kill all stages of bed bugs, including eggs. Heat treatment works by raising the temperature of the affected area to a level that is lethal for the bugs.
Integrated pest management (IPM) is an approach to pest control in Texas that seeks to reduce pest populations through a combination of prevention, monitoring, and control methods. IPM focuses on long-term pest management through the use of cultural, biological, and chemical controls, aimed at eliminating or reducing the use of chemical pesticides while still protecting people, animals, and the environment. IPM programs in Texas include pest identification, population monitoring, sanitation and habitat modification, physical exclusion, cultural control, biological control, and chemical control. IPM is a more holistic approach to pest control, as it seeks to identify and address underlying environmental conditions that may be contributing to pest infestations.