Author: FordsHometown

At Ford's Hometown Services, we often get walk-in's with insects to be identified. This is a service we provide free of charge. This little pest was brought in for identification. Under a microscopic camera, it didn't take long to identify the pest as head lice. It...

Yes, this is New England and yes it snowed! That being said, even though it makes travel a pain, the snow can be so very beautiful. Please feel free to share a picture of the snow around your area. We also love pictures of pets...

We will be Closed Friday December 23rd, Saturday December 24th, Sunday the 25th and Monday December 26th to allow our employees time to celebrate the holidays with their family and friends. From All of Us at Ford's Hometown Services, we would like to wish you and your family a "Pest and...

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 cocoa! Ford's Hometown Services 549 Grove Street, Worcester MA 01605. We are across from Indian Lake....

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 cocoa! Ford's Hometown Services 549 Grove Street, Worcester MA 01605. We are across from Indian Lake....

  PEST OF THE MONTH CLUSTER FLY  The adult cluster fly will enter into homes to over winter.  In suburbs, older country homes become more vulnerable to the invasion.  As the winter warms into spring, these large sluggish flies appear mostly around windows to look for a lighted escape...

  The Christmas season is upon us. If you are looking for a great tree this year, stop by and see our beautiful Christmas Trees.  Trees sizes range from apartment size and up.  Or check out our wreaths and decorated logs. We also have bows, swags and...

  What is the most common thing that attracts rodents to your yard? Bird feeders are especially attractive to mice, chipmunks and squirrels. They will be more likely to breed close by and look for shelter near this food source. If you can't stop feeding the birds...