As the New England weather turns colder, mice look for new homes that will provide them with the warmth, shelter, and food they need to get through the winter months. Unfortunately, this can drive mice into our homes. While one mouse in the house may not seem like a big deal, when you consider that…

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In today’s do-it-yourself world of “how to” online articles and YouTube videos, it can be difficult to determine when you’re in over your head. Calling in an expert has a price tag attached. But so can doing it yourself. Each store-bought remedy costs money, and multiple applications can drive up the cost. And while you’re…

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Are ants still on the attack, even after you used up a full can of ant spray, which you purchased after first spying the little home invaders? Perhaps you did oust the pests with your spray attack, but without preventative measures in place, a new army of ants has found its way into your home….

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New England yards are a haven for termites. Wood piles, mulch, and even trees and bushes attract these voracious and destructive pests to the yard. From there, the path to your house is quick and simple. Here are few things you can look at to get a handle on termite control Where is your wood…

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In addition to mowing the lawn and trimming back trees and bushes, a number of landscapers offer yard pesticide application. While this may seem like a good way to handle two big yard problems – landscaping and pest control – with one company, this shortcut can often prove problematic and even costly in the long…

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