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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

Posted in Bed Bugs, Ticks & Fleas, Blog, Climate Change, disease, disease carrying insects, Dog Ticks, earth, environment, Forests, Health, insects, Massachusetts, Nantucket, New England, pest, Poisonous, Residential Pest Control, spring insects, Summer, Ticks, Travel
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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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Superbowl Snack

Heading out to watch the Superbowl?  Here is a quick and easy snack mix that everyone will love.

Ingredients:snack mix

  • 2 cups popcorn
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/4 cup unsalted butter
  • 1 teaspoon salt (or to taste)
  • 2 cups pretzels
  • 1 cup Almonds
  • 1 cup M&Ms
  1.  Place butter in a microwave safe bowl. Heat on high power for about…

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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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