Acorn + Mouse = Lyme Disease? Prepare for a surge in Lyme disease this year, and blame acorns & mouse populations.
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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.”
When living in New England, here are the most common pests to look out for. Rodents, which include mice, rats and squirrels, are very high populated in this area. They are known for hoarding food inside homes, which eventually attracts insects to the food. They also leave waste all over the home which can spread diseases.
Paul Standerwick was on his way to Boston for a family holiday with his wife Maribel and two children Frankie, five, and two-year-old Hector.
But, frustrated after a 24-hour delay, when they finally got in the air things got even worse.
Mr. Standerwick, 36, told the Mirror Online: “It sounds unbelievable – so much went wrong.
“After being forced to sit on…
Rats, bats and spiders might serve as great Halloween décor, but real infestations make for a haunted house that can turn into a homeowner’s worst nightmare. These creepy pests tend to seek refuge and resources in homes during the fall, which is why A1 Exterminators are taking this Halloween to educate homeowners on these critters and how to prevent…
Some people might not realize that when having a party there is the potential for creating an infestation. Depending on the type and size of party, your door can be opening and closing over a hundred times in one night, giving insects many more chances than usual to enter your home.
We saw these adorable Pine Cone Spiders for Halloween. They can be a creepy-cute seasonal addition to the nooks, crannies, and shelves around your home!