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Bed Bug Control, The Do's And Don'ts

The horror. You've found bed bugs! Now what do you do? Before you do anything, take a moment to look through this list of do's and don'ts to better understand what you're up against. Continue

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Spring Means Wildlife Problems

We all love spring. The weather is warmer, the flowers are in bloom, and the wildlife is out and about. With spring comes new life, new outdoor fun, and new problems with wildlife. As the weather continues to improve, the worse your wildlife problem will become. Here are a few springtime offenders in the Northeast. Continue

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What Does It Mean When You Are Already Seeing Ants?

Ants aren't just frustrating pests to deal with when they start appearing in your home, they are often an indication of conditions in and around your home that could make your home vulnerable to other pest invasions. Let's take a look at what it means when you find ants in your home, and explore why you're seeing ants this soon in the season. Continue

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Preventative Pest Control

Have you heard the term preventative maintenance? This is the kind of maintenance that is performed on a piece of equipment to prevent it from failing. What usually happens is a plant will shut down all of its machinery for a reasonable amount of time to institute maintenance that will prevent a shutdown that lasts an unreasonable amount of time. It is also a necessary process that helps to… Continue

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Cerebral Palsy: Help Us Raise Awareness

During the month of March, Thomas Pest Services will be working to raise Cerebral Palsy awareness, a cause near and dear to Bill and Sarah Thomas-Clark. At the age of one-and-a-half, Bill and Sarah's daughter was diagnosed with Mild Right Side Spastic Hemiplegia, a form of Cerebral Palsy. Riley has stiffness in her arm and leg making everyday tasks and movements difficult. Continue

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