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Winter 2013

Springtime Snow

 
 
 
It looks like we are going to get 2-6 inches of snow to welcome springtime this Wednesday morning.  The Carpenter Ants will be waking up from being dormant all winter.  If you have seen any Black Ants during the winter you have a ongoing problem.  The insects along with the birds know when spring is here.

Groundhog says early spring

  Let us hope the old Groundhog is right about a early spring.  The ice and snow get old really quick.. I like the long days when the sun goes down around 830 pm..  It just puts everyone into a better mood.  I look forward to all the insects waking up from the winter so we can get back to business as usual.  The Mice never sleep during the winter.  They are as active as can be.

February 2013

Well its February and the ground is not covered with snow in Hampden County.  We are still getting numerous calls regarding Mice entering homes.  Trying to control the problem on your own is very difficult.  Just missing a small opening near the foundation is enough for the mice to gain entrance.  Another winter with minimal snow cover and weather that is not too cold means the rodent population and Carpenter Ants will flourish again this year.

Happy New Year

The new year is here and the snow cover is more than we had all last winter.  The Mice are looking for or have found a new home.   They have babies every 6 weeks.  If you see one there is always more.  We are experts in Mouse Control & Extermination.  Call or e-mail us Now.
 
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