Best Pest Control and Lawn Care Massachusetts Tag

      Our technician Steve Antoni is at it again. Steve takes the best photos of insects and critters and still manages to keep the customers happy and pest-free. It is getting to that time of the year again when we urge people to let the pest...

Well we had severe drought conditions last year, but this year water is no problem. Some bugs get slowed down with the cool rains like wasps, bees and hornets but others thrive in the moist conditions. The nuisance moisture pests will probably be more prevalent this year compared to...

 Tick Suppression Program One in four deer ticks carry LYME disease. There is an alarming increase of ticks in this area and only getting worse. With the rising health issues involving ticks and Lyme disease, we are confident you’re in good hands. Unlike most companies, FHS is...

The mosquitoes and ticks are hungry for your blood. With these blood-thirsty critters buzzing around and lurking in the lawn, it makes it very difficult to enjoy your yard . Now is the time to protect Your Family & Pets from Ticks and Mosquitoes.  Enjoy These Outdoor Activities Itch and...

[caption id="attachment_3430" align="alignright" width="150"] Carpenter Ants[/caption] 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...

PEST OF THE MONTH Eastern Subterranean Termites As their name indicates the type of termites we deal with in New England are Subterranean and are typically moving around in the soil. Termites are an important part of recycling in the environment but are a structural destructive force...