New Hampshire Extermination & Pest Control

Here is a complete list of New Hampshire locations easily organized by counties that A1 Exterminators offers pest control solutions in. If you own a rental property stay ahead of the bed bugs, the infestations are on the rise once again after many years of dormancy. Ensure that your guests don’t have any unwanted guests like bed bugs, cockroaches, termites, ants, hornets, and fleas; as well as rodents like mice and rats. Call today for your free estimate. While termite control requires an on-site inspection, we can give a free quote over the phone for most other pest control services.

Rockingham County

Atkinson, NH 03811 Auburn, NH 03032
Newfields, NH 03856 Newington, NH 03801
Newmarket, NH 03857 Newton, NH 03858
Candia, NH 03034 Nottingham, NH 03290
Plaistow, NH 03865 Chester, NH 03036
Portsmouth, NH 03801 Danville, NH 03819
Derry, NH 03038 Raymond, NH 03077
Salem, NH 03079 Sandown, NH 03873
Epping, NH 03042 Seabrook, NH 03874
Exeter, NH 03833 South Hampton, NH 03827
Fremont, NH 03044 Hampstead, NH 03841
Kingston, NH 03848 Londonderry, NH 03053
Windham, NH 03087

Berkshire County

Barrington, NH 03825

Hillsborough County

Merrimack, NH 03054 Milford NH, 03055
Nashua, NH 03060 Bedford, NH 03110
New Ipswich, NH 03071 Brookline, NH 03033
Pelham, NH 03076 Goffstown, NH 03045
Temple, NH 03084 Hillsboro, NH 03244
Hudson, NH 03051 Weare, NH 03281
Manchester, NH 03101 Call 603-621-0134 Wilton, NH 03086

Strafford County

New Durham, NH 03855-6130 Dover, NH 03820
Durham, NH 03824 Rochester, NH 03867
Farmington, NH 03835 Somersworth, NH 03878
Strafford, NH 03884

Merrimack County

Hooksett, NH 03106

 

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Gray Squirrels are active year round, but most productive in the morning and evening on dry days. Gray squirrels feed primarily on nuts, especially hickory nuts, acorns, beechnuts and walnuts. In addition, they occasionally feed on maple or tulip tree seeds, fruit, opening buds and corn. Pine Squirrels are also active year…

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Spiders Looking for Homes

With about 3,000 spider species roaming around North America, a few are bound to end up in our homes more often than not. However only a few  of those pose any actual health dangers to humans – namely the brown recluse spider and the black widow spider. Although most spiders are nuisance pests, it is important homeowners familiarize themselves…

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Creepy Pests That Scare Anytime of the Year

During the month of October, it’s common to see bats, spiders and other creepy creatures.  Especially when they are attacking your front door in the form of trick-or-treaters on Halloween. However, there are some real-life ghoulish pests homeowners should look out for this fall.

While a wagon full of toddlers dressed as spiders is cute, it should remind you…

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Overwintering Bugs

It is the time of the year when overwintering insects are determined to enter your home. The brown marmorated stink bug is one of the pests to contend with when the weather changes. There are also cluster flies, western conifer seed bugs, boxelder bugs and multi-colored asian ladybugs. These are the significant overwintering pests threats.

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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. Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

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