Worcester Lawn Care Tag

[caption id="attachment_7863" align="alignnone" width="150"] Squirrels[/caption] Hey it is cold out here, let me in. If wildlife could speak we are pretty sure that is what they would say. We are getting many calls for wildlife removal, especially squirrels chewing their way into homes through eaves and...

Job Description Since 1941, Ford's Hometown Services, Inc., has been a privately-owned and family-operated Pest Control and Turf Management company. We are located in Worcester, MA and are known for being the home of the "Pest of the Month." We are looking for Lawn Care Technicians with...

Job Description Since 1941, Ford's Hometown Services, Inc., has been a privately-owned and family-operated Pest Control and Turf Management company. We are located in Worcester, MA and are known for being the home of the "Pest of the Month." We are looking for a dynamic Accounting...

There are three times per year we experience an increase in mouse calls. The first is after Halloween when the mice get into the left over candy, the second is Christmastime when people find droppings and nests in the attic, and the third is after...

Aeration helps your lawn breathe! The majority of root growth happens in the Fall. A deeper root system will help against Winter & drought stress, disease stress, increase water & nutrient efficiency, and aid in over all health. Fall is the best time to plant. Aerating with...

[caption id="attachment_7395" align="alignleft" width="300"] Worcester Home Show[/caption]                 Looking for something to do this weekend? Why not stop by the Worcester Home Show at the DCU Center. Our booth always has the most activity because we bring our live insectarium for you to see. Have you ever seen a...

SNOW Just when we could see our lawns and plan our gardens, Mother Nature decided we didn't get enough snow this winter and is sending us some snow. It is New England and we are a very hearty bunch so we are use to it. We are...

This is a LAWN ALERT from Ford's Hometown Services. Most New England lawns are experiencing a foliage disease known as Red Thread right now. Disease development occurs in temperatures ranging 40-70 degrees especially during long evening dew periods, rains and lawn watering in the late afternoon...