A1 Pest Prevention Plan

Initial Pest Prevention Survey

We inspect your home, identifying existing and potential problems.

We Treat All Unfinished Attic Areas

This treatment penetrates deep into eaves and inaccessible areas to control ants, silverfish, spiders, and free flying insects such as wasps and cluster flies.

We Only Apply the Most Effective Specifically Selected Products

Treatments are applied in the cracks and crevices where pests live and breed, keeping your family and home protected from unwanted invaders.

We Apply A Protective Barrier

Around the entire outside perimeter of your home to deter and control crawling insects from entering your home.

We Install Specially Designed Traps

And tamper resistant rodent stations for mice, in the basement to control invading mice.

Termite Early Warning System

Termite monitoring devices will be installed around the perimeter of your home to aid in the early detection of termites.

On-Going Protection

Our pest prevention plan provides you with on-going protection and includes (3) visits per year. Should you encounter any problems, just give us a call and we will retreat any problem areas without additional charge.

Our Pest Prevention plan covers a variety of pests in your home. For more information, check out our A1 Residential Brochure.

Pests Covered Under Homeowners Pest Prevention Plan:

Call A1 at 1-800-525-4825 (1-800-499-5866 for Cape Cod) for your home pest prevention in MA & NH!

Do you need these pests exterminated? Call A1 Today!

 

It’s Your Yard. Defend It. Against Mosquitoes And Ticks.

A1 Exterminators is now offering an Organic Mosquito and Tick Program.
“You can expect up to a 70-90% reduction in mosquito and tick populations around your home…. less pests and less risks of diseases”

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Rodent Control in the Fall

Rodents start entering homes and garages to nest for the upcoming colder months and they may be thriving on bagged bird seed and grass seed in the Allston MA rodent removalgarage, on food they find in the kitchen, or on crumbs from snacks taken to other rooms.

Mice can survive quite nicely…

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So Many Spiders In The Fall

Once the air begins getting cooler, you might notice more and more spiders in your house. Why is this? Spiders mating season has a lot to do with it. They hatch in theImageGen1 spring, reproduce, and then start spinning webs in the fall to begin mating for the following year. While…

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Try Our Pest ID

When the season change, there are new and different bugs entering your home looking for food and shelter.  a-1-bug-id

If you have an new insect looking for a home, check out our bug identifier to see what type of pest you have in your home.

Once identified, we can come to your home…

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Rodents Looking for Homes

When warmer days go away, rats and mice come out looking for warm shelter to spend the winter.  Usually in our homes.  Fall is the time of year when home owners should prepare for rodents seeking shelter in warmer places, and they should also understand the real damage these pests can do.mice-ad Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

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DIY Stink Bug Spray

A home made stink bug spray.stink-bug-300x200

Mix 32 oz hot water with 3/4 cup mild dish soap. Spray this solution directly onto stink bugs or in areas where stink bugs gather.

It will kill the current bugs there without the awful smell and keep new bugs from gathering in that location.

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Ladybug Invasion

Most complaints of ladybug infestations are caused by the Asian lady beetle, which was introduced into many regions of the U.S. as a natural control for soft-bodied, crop-destroying insects. These beetles would normally hibernate for the winter inside of caves and rocky crevices. However, in developed areas they have the pesky tendency to overwinter inside our homes!

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