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Acorn + Mouse = Lyme Disease?

Acorn + Mouse = Lyme Disease? Prepare for a surge in Lyme disease this year, and blame acorns & mouse populations.

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Summer Vacations, Beaches, Sleeping In And Bed Bugs?

Summer Vacations, Beaches, Sleeping In And Bed Bugs? Sharing your bed with a blood sucker can cause stress vs relaxation

Posted in Bed Bug Control, Bed Bug Extermination, Bed Bugs, Bed Bugs, Ticks & Fleas, Blog, Boston, Climate Change, environment, Holiday, Home, insects, Massachusetts, Nantucket, New England, News, News, Promos & What's Up, Residential Pest Control, spring insects, Summer, Travel
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It's A Hard Decision For Families, DEET VS Lyme Disease…

It’s A Hard Decision For Families, DEET VS Lyme Disease… Both DEET and Lyme Disease have been known to cause death.

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You Can Prevent A Tick Bite And Here Are A Few Steps To Show You How

You Can Prevent A Tick Bite And Here Are A Few Steps To Show You How. Protecting tick bites = preventing lyme disease

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What Is A StinkBug? Do They Really Stink?

What Is A StinkBug? Do They Really Stink? The stinkbug will eat your crops and give off a bad smell if bothered.

Posted in Article, Beetles, Blog, Caterpillars, Climate Change, earth, environment, food, garden, insects, Massachusetts, New England, pests, Residential Pest Control, spring insects, stink bugs, Summer
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Keep uninvited guests out of your kitchen.

A1 Exterminators offers a pest prevention plan to help combat Indian Meal Moths and Rodents that have moved in to your kitchen
“Pantry pests can contaminate food products. Mice can spread Salmonella and Hantavirus. They can also carry fleas and lice into our homes. With our plan,  …. less pests means less risks of diseases.”

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Pest Control for Retail Establishments

Don’t let pests and rodents ruin your reputation. A1 Exterminators’ licensed and trained technicians have been serving retail customers for over 61 years. We provide the latest techniques and application processes to ensure that you are pest free amidst today’s growing concern for the environment and government regulations.

Just as you do, we work hard to gain trust from our…

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Winter Residential Pest Control

Just because it is winter doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be on the lookout for pests and pest_prevention_image2insects in your home.  During the colder months, many pests look for warmth in your home.  Check out our residential pest control brochure to keep all pests and insects from warming up with you…

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Signs of Rodents in the House

Rodents are most active and come into your house during the winter months when mice-adlooking for warmth. Here are a few things to look for if you think you may have rodents in your home.

  • Listen for noise in the walls and above the ceilings.
  • Look for dropping in the cushions…
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Bug Tip Tuesday – Newspapers and Pests

Old news papers are great to keep for the winter months to start your fire with, but be sure not to keep them too long. Newspapers create a warm moist environment for bugs and pests to keep warm too. Remember to recycle your pile of newspapers and always keep the most recent.index Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

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Squirrel Control & Prevention

With here, squirrels will be looking to stay cozy. Since attics are an ideal hide-out, here are some tips from A1 Exterminators for keeping them out.

There are many important steps to prevent a tree squirrel infestation inside the home.

  • It is recommended to seal all possible points of…
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Protecting Yourself from Bed Bugs

It is very unlikely, though not impossible, that a bed bug infestation will develop in an office, classroom, or other non-residential environment, such as a department store. However, these sites can serve as transfer hubs for bed bugs to hitchhike a ride into your home. All management, staff, students and workers…

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