Eco-Friendly Green Pest Control
A1 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
- 70-90% reduction in mosquitoes and ticks
- Safe and organic treatment
- Less pests means less diseases (West Nile, EEE, Lyme Disease)
The product(s) are safe. We use an OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute) certified organic product. The products we use are safe for people and pets. We still recommend that people and pets stay off the treated areas for 1 hour post treatment or until the product dries. Our Seasonal (April – October) A-1 Mosquito and Tick Program is payable by Credit Card only. Eliminating breeding sites around your home are always the first step. Removing stagnant/standing water such as bird feeders, buckets, or any container that can hold water will help for mosquitoes. Keeping your yard well-manicured and trimmed will help reduce both mosquitoes and tick breeding sites. Removal of leaf litter and storing firewood away from the home will help to reduce tick populations as well. Protecting yourself with repellents while outdoors is also recommended along with wearing long sleeves and pants whenever entering wooded areas. Repellents containing DEET, Picaridin, or Lemon Eucalyptus Oil are effective.