Tag: Tick control

Get Rid of Ticks Today With A1 Exterminators

Map showing Typical Treatment Zone for mosquitoes and ticks (residential). Includes frontyard gardens, sideyard gardens, vegetable garden, and backyard woodsy areas especially.
As fall approaches, ticks will be appearing in full force. Ticks look to host on small animals in spring moving to larger animals by summer/fall. Get rid of ticks for good: https://www.a1exterminators.com/mosquito-tick-treatment-program/ #TickSeason #TickTreatment... more
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How A1 Exterminators Helps You Protect Your Home From Mosquitoes & Ticks

Mosquitoes and ticks are not only annoying, they can also carry disease. These pests can infest your home and yard, making it difficult to enjoy the outdoors. Mosquito and tick infestations can be difficult to control, but there are some things you can do to reduce the risk of these... more
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Little-Known Tick Facts

If you’re a warm weather lover, know your risk of tick exposure when spending time outdoors this spring and summer. Read up on these potentially disease-carrying pests and learn how to protect yourself. 5 Little-known Facts Related to Ticks It’s summertime, which means more... more
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Ticks Can Survive the Winter

Did you know that ticks can survive the winter? This means you aren’t out of the clear from a possible tick encounter, If you find a tick on your body, follow these step-by-step instructions to properly remove and dispose of... more
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Keep Pets Pest Free

Fleas are a common pest that can affect pets, especially cats and dogs. The most common species of fleas plaguing American homes and their domestic animals is the cat flea. Their bites can cause itchy, red bumps that lead to excessive scratching. Fleas can also cause conditions such as anemia... more
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Interesting Facts about Ticks

Summer means more sunshine (usually) and more time outdoors playing, hiking and exploring nature. Unfortunately, this can also mean more quality time with some of nature’s most nefarious pests. Ticks, which are commonly encountered in tall grass and wooded areas, are one such notorious pest.... more
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Bug Tip Tuesday – Tick Facts for Your Pet

Ticks are a serious danger to your pets.  Learn about Ticks so you know what you are looking for after a walk with Fido. Ticks are arachnids. Meaning, they are more closely related to spiders and scorpions than insects. Ticks have four life stages: egg, larva (infant), nymph (immature), and... more
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Why to Hire an Exterminator

Hiring an exterminator is a big decision.  Most people think they can rectify a pest problem themselves with some do-it-yourself remedy.  Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Here are a few reasons why you should hire a professional exterminator. Specialized Plans Your home is your castle,... more
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Massachusetts Most Common Pests

Mosquitoes There are close to twenty documented mosquito species in eastern Massachusetts alone. These pests tend to live near standing water because that’s where they breed. Mosquito populations are constantly tested for diseases like West Nile, Triple E and most recently the Zika Virus.... more
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Mosquitoes in Your Yard

These pests are not only irritating, but harmful to you and your family. Besides the welts and itchiness that they bring, mosquitoes can transmit several potentially life-threatening diseases. While humans can obtain West Nile Virus and Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) from mosquitoes, pets can... more
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