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Hello All! We will be open on Monday for any of your Pest Control, Wildlife or Retail Product needs. Please stop by or call if you are beeing bugged 1-800-649-9992.
Cockroaches Cockroaches are one of the hardest insects for a homeowner to eradicate and a troubling reoccurrence in apartment buildings. The most common cockroach in homes, apartment buildings and businesses are German Cockroaches. One female can carry an egg capsule … Continue reading
This message is to inform everyone that our office will be closed tomorrow, Thursday January 4th due to the forecast for heavy snow throughout the day. We feel it’s best, as we care about everyone’s safety. Have a pest and weed-free day!
All of us here at Ford’s Hometown Services would like to take the opportunity to wish you and your family a very happy and safe new year. We thank all of our customers and employees for a wonderful 2017 and look forward to … Continue reading
Our office will be CLOSED Monday December 25th and Tuesday December 26th so our employees can celebrate with their families and friends. We will reopen Wednesday 27th at 8am. From our family to yours, have a safe and Merry Christmas!
The phones are ringing off the hook! Many people are calling with complaints of strange noises coming from the attic. Usually this time of the year, it is a mouse issue causing the noises especially late at night or very … Continue reading
We receive many calls from homeowners during the winter who become frustrated with small flies. Most often these flies are fungus gnats or fruit flies. These flies lay hundreds of eggs at a time and can become an “infestation” overnight. … Continue reading
Just a quick reminder that we have plenty of Christmas trees and Wreaths for all of you who still need a beautiful tree. Stop by and have a cup of hot chocolate and enjoy some Christmas Music. Ford’s Hometown Services 549 … Continue reading
This time of the year we often get calls from customers who have brought out their holiday decorations and have found mice droppings or mouse nests inside them. To avoid this, place your holiday decorations in heavy sealed containers, not cardboard boxes. Never … Continue reading