Eco-Friendly Green Pest Control

green pest controlA1 Exterminators, protecting you from Pests while protecting the environment.

Whether your concern is the environment, public health issues, have family members or co-workers who are chemically sensitive or are just fearful of the host of health threats posed by pests and rodents, A1 is committed to providing the best and most up-to-date eco-friendly pest management methods currently available.

A1 Exterminators Heatwave Treatment is entirely green!

Our powerful computer monitored 450,000 BTU Heatwave System is designed to rid your home of bed bugs. Because the treatment is heat it is environmentally friendly and provides excellent results as an effective method of green pest control. Recently our system was called into duty by a Massachusetts municipality that needed to eradicate bed bug infestations in two public multi-unit residences. Learn more about the Green Bed Bug Heat Treatment.

Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System

The bottom line is this. We want to eliminate termites as much as you do. But we want to protect the environment as much as you do, too. The Sentricon System has proven its ability to do both. Learn more about the Green Termite Treatment.

The Sentricon System: Environmental Responsibility

Call A1 at 1-800-525-4825 (1-800-499-5866 for Cape Cod) for green pest control and extermination that is safe for the environment in MA & NH!

Do you need these pests exterminated? Call A1 Today!

 

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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Fleas Can Cause Real Harm

Don’t take a flea infestation lightly if you have pets. Fleas are actually parasites and after a while they can make your animals become very sick.

They produce offspring very quickly and spread like wildfire. Your pets can suffer from serious diseases from fleas, such as tapeworm, Pulicosis, and cat scratch fever.

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Mosquito Season is Starting Up

We are hoping for some long summer days and balmy nights spent outside in the upcoming months, but those can quickly be ruined by the telltale buzz of a relentless mosquito on the hunt for its next meal. The itchy, red reminders mosquitoes leave behind should be enough of an indication to take precautions against these pests, but A1…

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Mealmoths Can Come Home In Your Groceries

Mealmoths can be brought into your home with your groceries.  The Indian Meal Moth is found more often than any other on stored food and grain pantry pest in the United States. Since they feed on any items containing grain or cereal products, the Indian Meal Moth alone is responsible for most of the insect problems associated with the…

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Make A Snack Time Puzzle

Let the kids play with their food!  Try getting all the ingredients cut up and see if the kids can put it together to look like a bumble bee.

Ingredients:

1 yellow plum
A handful of black grapes
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1 baby carrot
2 black currants
2 Honey-Nut Cheerios
A handful of Honey Kix Cereal

Instructions:

  1. Slice the yellow…

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Bug Tip Tuesday – Ladybugs

Do you have ladybugs in your home?  These pests find their way into your home in the early winter and are now starting to emerge due to the warmer weather.  Sometimes, they get a little confused as to which way they are suppose to exit the hibernation location.  Obviously they should be heading out!  However, you may find some…

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Don’t Let Spring Bite

Don’t want your spring to bite? Protect yourself from insect bites during outdoor activities.  Be sure to get a bug spray containing DEET.  It can repel disease-carrying mosquitoes, and to a lesser degree, ticks.  If you’re worried

about DEET, don’t be—it is the safest repellent for the most people, from kids as young as 2 months old to pregnant women past…

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