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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!
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
Our Technician Brian Jarvis took these funny pics of a flying squirrel during treating a home. He said the squirrel seemed to be curious as to what they were doing there. If you are … Continue reading
Take a look at what our termite crew caught on tape today. You can see the mud tubes and worker termites moving within the wood. Are you being bugged? Call today 1-800-649-9992
The FHS “Feed a Bee” initiative Ford’s Hometown Services has partnered with the Bayer CropScience in a major initiative called the “Feed a Bee” program to increase and promote the foraging of honey bees and other pollinators. The campaign’s goal is to create … Continue reading
This message is to inform everyone that our office will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday March 14th 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!
Carpenter Ants can be black or combination of red and black or red and brown. Workers vary in size and can range from ¼ to ½ inch and the queens range from ½ to 5/8ths. These ants are an important … Continue reading
Boy, are we excited to start showing off all of our hard work over the winter months. If you have ever stopped by our office to see all of our critters, you may recognize the cool … Continue reading
Moles Moles are insectivores that feed on insects, grubs, and mainly earthworms. Moles are underground dwellers. Normally because it is so cold this time of the year they are far below the surface but since the weather has been warming … Continue reading