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Hamilton To Spray Tonight Between 6:30 PM & 2 AM

Hamilton To Spray Tonight Between 6:30 PM & 2 AM. As a precautionary measure to reduce the risk of EEE

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10 Most Deadly Bugs

10 Most Deadly Bugs Some due to the sheer number and venem, others a common house pest you didn’t realize could harm you

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Preventing Mosquito Bites

Preventing Mosquito Bites. Live your life protecting yourself from these nasty pests, don’t let them rule your life!

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West Nile Virus, What You Need To Know

West Nile Virus, What You Need To Know. From how it is spread, who is at risk and what to do if you get infected.

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Updated WNV Threat Levels

Updated WNV Threat Levels. Middlesex County range from moderate to high and Hampden County with all moderate except 1!

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It’s Your Yard. Defend It. Against Mosquitoes And Ticks.

A1 Exterminators is now offering an Organic Mosquito and Tick Program.
“You can expect up to a 70-90% reduction in mosquito and tick populations around your home…. less pests and less risks of diseases”

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Bugs Need Identification

Have you found any new pests in your back yard this summer?  Try out our Bug ID to find out what type of insect they are.

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Tick Control in Massachusetts

Most people have, at one time or another, found a tick on a family member, the family pet or on themselves.  Tick bites can be painful and cause skin inflammation, secondary infection and could start forming microorganisms that spread disease.

There are several different types of ticks found in New England.  Two of the most “high…

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Bed Bugs and Summer Travel

If you stay in a hotel or motel, keep these bed bug travel tips in mind. It is important that you take some precautions to ensure that your room is bed-bug free before you settle in. In a recent survey by NPMA, 75% of pest control professionals indicated that they have encountered infestations of bed bugs in hotels and…

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Bug Tip Tuesday – Keep Shrubs Trimmed

Take measures to keep pests away from your home.  Be sure to prune foundation-plantings-00trees and shrubs during the summer months.  When trees and shrubs come in contact with your home, they function as highways for insects on the move. Keep tree branches trimmed so they don’t rest on your roof. With this…

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Protect Your Kids from Bug Bites

Although once considered just a nuisance, insect bites can lead to serious medical problems. Not only can certain insects spread diseases like Zika and West Nile Virus, the bites themselves can become infected with bacteria, like Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA).insect_repellents

Since bites are itchy, even without any worries about health problems, it…

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Preventing Mosquitoes Around the House

As mosquito season kicks into full gear, it’s important to take a walk around your home and yard to identify areas that may be conducive to mosquitoes. Check out this infographic to learn what to look for when inspecting your property.

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