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How to Protect Your Home from Cold Weather Pests

Fall is often cited as the most beautiful time of the year, particularly in the Capital Region; apple picking surrounded by colorful trees on a cool autumn day has a certain charm to it that you won't find anywhere else. Those are the good parts. The bad? We’re only a stone's throw away from winter, which means that all sorts of nuisance pests will be looking to use your home as a source of… Continue

A Message from the Service Manager

The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting colder as we enjoy the last few weeks of summer. During this time of year insects normally not found in your home or business may be found will begin to seek shelter on the interior of your property. These overwintering pests or fall invaders can become a nuisance as they enter your structure in great numbers. Continue

Summer Pests That Overstay Their Welcome

With summer nearing its end, you might be expecting a bit of reprieve from pests, particularly the especially irritating ones in peak season like mosquitoes, ants, and stinging insects; we regret to inform you that this is not the case. Continue

A Guide to New York Bats

Upstate New York is no stranger to bats; from Albany to Troy to Saratoga Springs, you can find a variety of bats flying about on warm summer nights and hibernating in attics on cold winter days. Let’s learn a little more about the bats of New York State.  Continue

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4 Signs That You May Have Bats in Albany, NY

Among the animals that can invade our Albany, NY homes, bats are quite unique. There are few creatures that creep us out as much as bats do, but at the same time, most people don't consider bats to be a threat. Why is this? It’s probably because bats aren’t normally a threat. Ask anyone who has ever visited a literal bat cave. Bats will fly all around and pay no attention to you at… Continue

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