Bed Bug Pest Control MassachusettsBed Bug Pest Control Massachusetts

The proliferation of bed bugs in the United States and in the world at large is a reality. Constant vigilance is necessary. Early detection is key for successful bed bug control and prevention of a major infestation. And professional exterminator intervention is increasingly becoming a must to control the problem.

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Bed bugs are challenging pests to control.

Bed bugs are small, cryptic and agile preferring to hide close to where they feed. However, if necessary, they will crawl several feet to obtain a blood meal. Initial infestations tend to be around beds, but the bugs eventually may become scattered throughout the bedroom, occupying any crevice or protected location.

The social stigma of bed bug infestation creates its own challenge. People do not always tell others because they are embarrassed. Thus, visiting guests unknowingly may take the bed bugs home with them.

A1’s Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach to bed bug control and extermination combines all available methods of eliminating bed bugs. See our 6 steps to bedbug elimination here. We tailor our services to suit your needs and budget and find the best bed bug treatment plan for you and your home or business.

Call A1 at 1-800-525-4825 (1-800-499-5866 for Cape Cod) for bed bug control for home, business, hotels in MA & NH!

Do you need these pests exterminated? Call A1 Today!

 

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Insects in Christmas Trees

Buying a Christmas tree is a beloved tradition for thousands of families, and there’s something nice about having a real pine tree in your home. It smells nice, and it’s so pretty.

But, because they’re part of nature, it also means they can double as homes for several types of insects, many…

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Bed Bugs in Winter

Bed bugs can withstand temperatures from nearly freezing to 122 degrees Fahrenheit, which makes controlling them extremely difficult.

However, they often succumb after a few days of exposure to temperatures below 32 degrees Fahrenheit. The bad news is, as we heat our homes, we provide the perfect habitat for bed bugs…

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Do You have an Unwanted Guest?

Raccoons have been looking for warm place to spend the winter.  If you are

unlucky enough to have one decide to be an unwanted house guest, do not try to remove a Raccoon on your own.

Raccoons will do what ever they need to in order to survive.  If you come across…

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Keeping Your Food Safe From Pests

Almost everyone brings out the flour and cookie sheets around the holidays. The smell of sweets coming  from the kitchen will certainly put the whole family in the holiday spirit, but not having proper storage for food can bring festivities down. Improperly stored food can attract pests, and if left unchecked, a small problem pest could turn into an…

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Bug Tip Tuesday | Pests in Firewood

Many people enjoy having a wood-burning stove or fireplace in their homes for the warmth, comfort and homey feel it can bring, especially in the cold of winter. But the firewood that is brought into the home for that fire isn’t always quite as comforting, as there are a numerous household pests that can be carried in with the firewood.

Thankfully, control…

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Where Do Ants Go During Winter?

It’s not all that often you see an army of ants marching across the kitchen counter in the dead of winter. However, that doesn’t mean they aren’t nearby. Ants are very successful at overwintering in the great outdoors, including our own yards.

During the fall months, ants…

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