Tag: spring pests

Active Spring Pests

Many pests will be becoming active early this year due to the mild winter. Here are a few tips on keeping them away from your house. Moisture is a main component of the spring. Heavy rains, water from snow runoff and rising ground water levels can lead to damp basements. Roof leaks, leaky... more
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Active Pests in Spring

Many pests will be becoming active early this year due to the mild winter. What a difference from last year right? Here are a few tips on keeping them away from your house. Moisture is a main component of the spring. Heavy rains, water from snow runoff and rising ground water levels can lead to... more
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Bug Tip Tuesday – Protect Your Trees

If you haven’t done this already, you should do it as soon as possible. To protect your trees from pests during the cold winter months put fences around the bases of your trees to keep pests out. It it’s a younger tree, place a post next to it and tie it to the post to protect it from the snow.... more
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April is National Pest Management Month

A1 Exterminators is proud to celebrate National Pest Management Month, a public observance formally recognized each year by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) to acknowledge the pest management industry’s commitment to the protection of public health and property from household pest... more
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After Winter Home Inspection

Winter has come and gone....Finally!  It's spring and the saying goes, April showers will bring May flowers, but the rain may also bring other things too, pest problems.  Moisture is one of the main ingredients needed for many pest invasions, such as termites or carpenter ants around your home. ... more
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Carpenter Ants in New England… Spring is Their Season

At least three carpenter ant species invade homes in New England.  The black carpenter ant, Camponotus pennsylvanicus, is the most common invader in New England. Insects are divided into three distinct body sections, head, thorax and abdomen.  Ants are related to wasps and bees and the thorax... more
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