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How to Prepare Your Albany County Property for the Return of Ticks this Summer

As summer returns to Albany County, so do ticks. Unfortunately, our area is a hotbed of tick activity. If you visit the Pine Bush Preserve, you’ll find pamphlets with warnings about ticks and safe removal in boxes at the trailheads. We hear constant warnings on the news about preventing Lyme Disease. Our schools even teach our kids how to check for ticks after gym and recess. Sadly, your own… Continue

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Why Tick Prevention in the Summer Matters

Ticks aren’t just a nuisance pest that you can swat away and forget about. They are potentially dangerous when they latch on to feed since they can transmit diseases to their host. While there are some DIY steps you can take, there are better methods available from pest control professionals. In the Albany area, Thomas Pest Services is your go-to source for tick control and… Continue

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Is Professional Mosquito Control Right for My Home?

If you like to enjoy your Capital District or Adirondack-area yard in the summer, then you’ve no doubt dealt with annoying mosquitoes. But what if there was an effective way to reduce the number of mosquitoes buzzing around your backyard functions and disturbing you and your guests this summer? Professional mosquito control might be the answer.  Continue

a vry large swarm of termites damaging the wooden structure of an upstate new york home

Termite Season Returns to New York – Are You Prepared?

As it warms up here in Upstate NY, termite season is upon us. Now is a good time to inspect your home and take some preventative steps to make sure you are prepared. No one is immune to becoming a target of destructive termites, and you might be surprised to discover that most homeowner’s insurance policies do not cover termite damage. Continue


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