Pest Control

Why Choose MyHome.Pro Pest Control Services?

North Texas endures long and hot summers! High temperatures, humidity and summer rainfall make this is an attractive area to a variety of pests, including roaches, wasps, ants, spiders, termites, bed bugs, rodents and other types of wildlife and insects.

MyHome.Pro Pest Control services employ innovative techniques and use the latest technology to provide safe, effective, and environmentally friendly solutions to identify, capture, remove or eradicate pest challenges.

With over twenty-years of experience, MyHome.Pro has provided Pest Control services in Plano, TX and takes pride in offering great service and solutions to our customers.

MyHome.Pro is licensed to provide Pest Services in the State of Texas with the Texas Department of Agriculture, TCPL License #0827289.

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Many of the WORST pests have a 30-60 day infestation cycle!

This means the usual “Quarterly Protection” approach employed by most competitors allows the pest to come back before the next treatment!

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We are unique.  We provide our service plans are on a unique 60-day schedule and we employ our Trip Zone Protection Strategy to which experience has proven to be the most effective means of protecting you!


Our Triple Zone approach protects from the three main paths to infiltrate a home:  through the yard, entry points in and around your home and its foundation, and indoor moisture areas. Our Triple Zone Protection is included in our first service and they are as follows:

ZONE A:  This is our home-perimeter yard protection, with a full-yard inspection and a granulation barrier treatment band around the entire perimeter.  Our “band” approach allows us to provide the necessary protection without over-saturating your yard with chemicals.  This is where we probe for fire ant mounts and focus on problematic areas including mulch and vegetation.

ZONE B:  We protect this area with full home-perimeter power spraying, focusing on entrance points such as weep holes, bases of doors, windows, and garages.  This goes to protect target access areas and typical exposures.

ZONE C:  This is our ‘Safety First” complete indoor service which comes with your first treatment and as necessary thereafter.  Because of our Zone A and Zone B strategy, we avoid the need for continued in-home treatments and so minimize the use of powerful pesticides inside the home, focusing on specific targets or problem areas.  With this zone, we target problem areas such as entry points and moisture areas and treat along your baseboards to keep pests from coming inside.

By simultaneously attacking each of these Exposure Zones, we are able to provide our customers will long-lasting and ongoing relief against pests while avoiding the overuse of chemicals in and around your home. Our Exposure Zone strategy comes with our service guarantee that you will not experience a disturbing and frustrating pest infestation after this treatment.

How Our Pest Control Plans Work

We offer lots of options custom to your needs.  When you sign up for our 3-Zone Package, you’ll receive an all-encompassing treatment plan that comes with expert exterminators and great customer service.

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Our team knows how to deal with the most common — and most unique pests that attack your home! The most common pests that our service vehicles are all equipped to handle without any special services are outlined here.

Initial Pest Control Service:

This initial service starts with a complete House Inspection designed to identify problem areas and potential pest hiding places, and to create a plan to provide the most thorough and safe protection regimens.  Employing our Triple-Zone protection, we provide a complete inside and out treatment.

Bi-Monthly General Service:

After our Initial Pest Control Service, we will employ our Bi-Monthly Protection which means we are on your site approximately every sixty days to keep ahead of pest production cycles.  During this service we focus treatment on Zone A and B outside, and minimize our presence to attacking any inside pests that arise.  Our entry level option maintains two Rodent Bait Stations to provide you total protection.

Monthly Mosquito Protection:

This monthly service provided March through October makes our Client’s backyard’s inhabitable during the tough mosquito season.  We employ a safe and long-lasting treatment regimen that includes inspections and elimination of breeding zones, and keeps your mosquito population in check so that you can enjoy your backyard in peace!

Our regular monthly and bi-monthly plans do not address special infestation problems which we approach with our Special Infestation Services packages.

Special Infestation Services:

Sometimes a pest challenge is greater than a monthly treatment option can solve, and so in these cases, we’ll create for you a special solution unique to your needs.

Such special challenges include:

  • Fleas, Ticks, Bed Bugs, German Roaches, Rodents and Wildlife
  • In-Wall infestations including Yellow Jackets, Honeybees, and other attacks
  • Termite and Carpenter Ant infestations

Your pest problem likely didn’t develop overnight, which means sometimes it can’t be solved overnight. Many pest infestations require more than one visit or multiple treatment applications to keep pests away for the long term. Recurring treatments can also provide protection for your home to prevent a pest problem from even starting.

While preventative treatments may not seem necessary, recurring visits from a professional exterminator can save you thousands of dollars in potential damage. Add an extra layer of protection to your home with recurring pest control treatments!

When you sign up for a recurring service with MyHome.Pro, you can save 50% on the first visit of your Monthly service.

We are completely committed to maintaining a sustainable and environmentally sensitive company. The elimination of a pest infestation should never have to put your loved ones or the environment at risk which is why we employ advanced products in a way to minimize the use of chemicals.

We employ the nationally recognized “Integrated Pest Management” methodology which is an environmentally sensitive approach to pest control that relies on common-sense practices with a sensitivity to the world around us.

As technology advances, pesticides are becoming more environmentally friendly and less toxic. We maximize your protection outside so as to minimize our use of chemicals inside. We stay up-to-date on all the latest advancements in pest control so your family and pets are safe and you have peace of mind. The safety of our Clients, their families, and pets are our biggest concern.

Our team is dedicated to providing not only the best services possible but also the best customer care. It is our mission to do everything we can to leave you satisfied and comfortable in a pest-free home. That is why we proudly offer same-day services AND a customer satisfaction guarantee. If ever a pest problem occurs between regularly scheduled visits, just give us a call and we will return within 24 hours to re-service your home free of charge!

The structural pest control industry is regulated by the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA), Structural Pest Control Service (SPCS), PO Box 12847, Austin, TX 78711-2847. TDA licenses the businesses, certified applicators and technicians who perform structural pest control work. Certified applicators and technicians must pass a written examination in order to receive their licenses.

Pesticides must be registered with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and TDA before they may be used in Texas. EPA registration is not a finding of product safety. Pesticides are designed to kill or control pests. Your risk of harm depends upon the degree of your exposure and your individual susceptibility.

Specific health and safety information varies between pesticides and types of exposures and is available on the label information or MSDS sheet, which can be supplied to you upon request from the licensed applicator. Take precautions when a treatment has been performed to avoid exposure to vulnerable individuals. Pesticides may be harmful if swallowed, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin. Avoid breathing dust or spray mist and any unnecessary contact with treated surfaces. If you desire specific information on precautions, refer to the pesticide label. The law requires that the application procedures specified on the label be followed.

If you have questions about the application, contact the business or person making the application. If you suspect a violation of the law regarding structural pest control, contact the SPCS. In case of a health emergency, seek immediate medical attention.

Pest Control signs must be posted prior to treatment in many instances. The signs should be posted in an area of common access at least 48 hours prior to treatment. The information sign will allow you to contact someone who can tell you what pesticide is being used.

If you are contracting for pest control services due to a home solicitation, you have the right to cancel the contract within 72 hours. You may exercise this right by notifying the pest control company that you do not wish to receive their service.

For general information on pesticides, contact the National Pesticide Information Center 1-800-858-7378

For information concerning structural pest control laws, contact the Structural Pest Control Service at : 866-918-4481.

For information concerning the formulation and registration of pesticides, contact the TDA pesticide registration at (512) 463-7476 or 800-835-5832.

For non-emergency health information relating to pesticides, contact Texas Department of State Health Services (512) 458-7111.

In order to minimize the reliance on pesticides and reduce pest populations, a Reduced Impact Pest Control operator may recommend that you consider the sanitation or physical alteration of your work place or residence. It is your responsibility to follow those recommendations. Your pest control operator may or may not offer these services upon request. A proper inspection will provide the information necessary for you to choose the method of pest control which best suits your situation. Many pest problems can be solved without using pesticides.

This Reduced Impact Service will include an inspection report and treatment recommendations. You should review these and keep a copy for your records. Your cooperation in following the recommendations made by your service provider is essential to a reduced impact service program.

Pesticides may be used in a responsible and professional manner in a reduced impact pest control service. If you do not want a specific pesticide used or any pesticides used at all, you must note this in writing on the contract prior to the initiation of the service. If any specific pesticide or class of pesticides are not excluded, it may be used by the provider.