8-Step Program for Bed Bug Pest Control in Massachusetts

A1’s bed bug pest control treatment is an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach to bed bug control in Massachusetts. It combines all available methods of exterminating bed bugs to ensure effective elimination. A1 can customize your bed bug treatment by leveraging any of our techniques– K-9 bed bug inspection, bed bug education and essential knowledge, our powerful bed bug heat treatment, insecticide, fumigation and verification of bed bug elimination.

You can never by too methodical, comprehensive or thorough in bed bug elimination. Introducing the A1 Exterminator’s 8-Step Program!


Bed_Bug_inspectionConsultation & Inspection: Visual inspection by trained A1 professional or K-9 scent detection.




Bed_Bug_educationEducation: What you need to know about bed bugs and what you can do to prevent additional problems.




Bed_Bug_preparationPreparation: What you can do before we arrive to make treatment successful.





Bed_Bug_heat_treatmentHeat Treatment: By our powerful computer monitored 450,000 BTU Heatwave system. Our expert inspectors will advise you if heat treatment is necessary; not all instances require heat treatment to eradicate bed bugs.




Bed_Bug_insecticide_treatmentInsecticide Treatment: Insecticide Treatment with long lasting residual insecticides for long lasting results.




Bed_Bug_fumigationGas Fumigation: Gas Fumigation of all your furniture and belongings in sealed containers or tretment of your entire home by our specially trained and licensed fumigation team is 100% effective.



Bed_Bug_k9_verificationK-9 Verification of Elimination





Bed_Bug_A1_visitsFollow Up A1 Visits: As part of an on-going program to detect and eliminate new infestations.




For treatments in your home, business, apartment, hotel and more, call A1 Exterminators at 1-800-525-4825 (1-800-499-5866 for Cape Cod) for bed bug pest control in Massachusetts and New Hampshire!

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Seal Openings from Pests

Before the snow hits hard, make sure to install a chimney cap and to seal around dryer vents to close up any open spaces on your property. You don’t want pests making themselves comfortable in your home!pests

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Keep Your House Dry and Clean This Winter

Don’t wait for spring-cleaning. Prevent an infestation all winter long. Make sure to do these few chores to keep on top of any pests trying to move in.$_32

  • Vacuum regularly
  • Check for leaks around sinks, toilets &tubs
  • Keep fire wood outside
  • Wipe counter tops after each meal
  • Properly seal any food containers.

A clean and dry…

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Roaches in your Dressing?

As the idea if eating insects is wildly spreading across the world, scientists have found that Roaches contain a large amount of Omega-3 and protein. When blended and reduced to oil, some have been brave enough to make a salad dressing with the oil. Would you try it?roaches

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Flies Still Pestering You

This time of year there still might be a few pesky house flies that you just cant seem to get rid of. It turns out that flies actually hate the smell of basil, so keeping a pot of basil in a 29_house_fly__npma-150x150sunny area in the kitchen as well as hanging…

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Do You Have Fleas?

If your cats or dogs are bringing fleas into the house, try salting your carpets and furniture. Before going to bed, pour a heavy amount of salt all over any fabric surfaces, such as couches, dog beds, etc. In the morning, vacuum all of the salt. This will kill the larvae. Repeat this for 3-4 nights, because fleas have…

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Cheese for Mice

Still putting cheese in your mousetraps? This is an old wise tale that isn’t too effective. Mice are more likely to go after foods with high protein and fat content such as peanut butter, bacon, or beef jerky. Use only small portions, because mice can nibble on larger pieces without getting caught. Using the right method of mous

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