Killer Pest Control for Katy Homeowners
Katy is a little town that punches way above its weight. Located about 40 miles west of Houston, locals are close enough to have all the advantages of a big city while living in a community of only 22,000.
Interstate 10, Grand Parkway 99, and Westpark Tollway 1093 all lead to Katy, making it an excellent place for people who work in Houston to live. It's only a 25-minute commute to the Houston Energy Corridor, 35 minutes to Sugarland, and about an hour to downtown Houston during rush hour. With less expensive real estate, large houses on generous lots, and some of Texas's best schools, it's no wonder Katy is growing fast.
Katy is home to one of Amazon's newer fulfillment centers. There are big box stores, like Costco, boutique shopping all over town, and outlets. Katy Mills Outlet Mall has more than 1.2 million square feet of enclosed, air-conditioned retail therapy waiting for you. Explore over 125 different stores, including Kenneth Cole, Kate Spade New York, Fossil, Neiman Marcus, and Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th. La Centerra is an open-air shopping option that's also a great place to grab a bite, with about 30 restaurants for your grazing pleasure.
Katy has more than its share of fantastic eateries. Snack on deviled eggs and fried green tomatoes while you're waiting for Whiskey Cake's OMG 2.0 burger. According to the Houston Press' "Best of Houston 2020" roundup, Pho Saigon has the best pho around, so be sure to check it out. Hoodadak offers up great beer and Korean-style fried chicken, and if you're in the mood for Mexican food, swing by Torchy's Tacos.
Once you've had your fill, it's time to work off those calories. Typhoon Texas Waterpark has something for every member of the family, from toddlers to grandparents. Mason Creek South Hike & Bike Trail is a beautiful wetland preserve. It's dotted with exercise stations, fishing holes, paved trails, and a playground. Katy Railroad Park is always fun. Explore the restored depot that was a stop on the line connecting Missouri, Kansas, and Texas. Now the city's information center, it has an authentic little red caboose and houses Katy Heritage Society Railroad Museum.
It seems like there's a park, green space, or a dog park every couple of blocks, so you never have far to go. Check out Katy City Park. They have tournament-sized sports fields for a ton of activities. With baseball, soccer, basketball, tennis, and flag football, there's always a game on. They've also got the state's largest accessible playground. It's designed for children with multiple impairments or those who are profoundly deaf.
After a long day enjoying everything Katy has to offer, you'd probably like to go home, hang out by the pool, and throw some steaks on the barbecue. Hard to do when mosquitoes are eating your family alive. Don't let pests ruin your weekend. Who you gonna call when those citronella candles aren't working? LawnStarter. We've got the low-down on the best pest control companies in your neighborhood. It's easy to get started. Go online or pull up the app and punch in your ZIP code. You'll get a list of pros to choose from, and after you schedule your appointment, relax and let LawnStarter do the rest. They'll coordinate with your pest control company to make it easy to pay or leave feedback through the LawnStarter app. Take back your yard today.