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A1 Extermination Services for Property Management

When uninvited “guests” move in, you need a professional exterminator to move them out and keep them out!

A1 is a leader in delivering pest control services to the property management industry. Our team of highly trained licensed commercial technicians and exterminators have the knowledge, experience, skills and ability to accomplish the job of protecting property and residents from all unwanted pests, like termites, bed bugs, ants, bees, other insects and rodents.

A1 understands the stress realtors and property managers face in today’s competitive world and that is why we work with you… for you.

An A1 inspector will locate and identify your problem, analyze the situation and design a cost effective plan to solve your insect, rodent or other pest invasion problems. A custom proposal will be prepared with a plan designed to systematically address and effectively control your pest management problems for your property. Some of the steps that are taken in our property management pest control program will be:

  • A1 will perform services from the basement to the roof to insure the elimination of all pests.
  • Permanent and preventative recommendations will be given for areas such as foundations, chimney caps, air curtains, and door sweeps.
  • Drain care and remediation steps will be taken for small fly problems.

Your pest management program will be continually monitored to ensure the highest quality of service. You will receive detailed reports on sanitation and other pertinent pest prevention.

Call A1 at 1-800-525-4825 (1-800-499-5866 for Cape Cod) for property management pest control services in MA and NH!

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Protect Your Potted Plants

Have any indoor plants? Protect them from insects by mixing a tablespoon of cayenne pepper and a few drops of plain liquid soap. protect plants with pepper

Put in a spray bottle and let sit over night. Spray plants at the base and shake well after every few squirts to keep…

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Pet Pest Protection

Repel fleas and ticks on your cats and dogs with these essential oils.

For cats, mix 1/4 or a tablespoon of both lemon and lavender essential oils. Apply the mixture behind the shoulders and under the chin.

For dogs, add another 1/4 tablespoon of tea tree oil. Do not use tea tree oil on cats. This will repel ticks and fleas….

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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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