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How to Handle Squirrel Issues 

How can you tell if you have a squirrel issue in your home? Most homeowners who believe they have some sort of critter, like a mouse, rat, squirrel or other animal, will report hearing noises in the ceiling and walls, may possibly hear crunching or chewing sounds and, many times, can smell the droppings through…

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Deterring Coyotes from Your Property 

The Eastern Coyote is a member of the dog family and is related to the Eastern wolf. Many homeowners, therefore, mistakenly believe that the animals they see prancing through their yard is a dog of some sort. Before you panic, take the time to learn about this species and how Pest-End can help you deter…

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Woodpecker Deterrent and Control 

Remember being a kid and watching the Woody Woodpecker and Wiley E. Coyote cartoons on Saturday morning? Boy were they hilarious to a young kid who found their antics one step shy of the funniest thing ever! Now as adults, listening to a woodpecker tap away endlessly at your house is not a laughing matter….

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Rodent Sanitation 

With more than one third of all homeowners in the United States having experienced a rodent in their home in the past year, we know that talking about mice and rats is of paramount importance to many of our clients. Unfortunately, once the rodents have been identified, removed, and excluded from a home, the real…

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How Are Squirrels Getting In My House?

Honestly, most of the time squirrels get a bad rap. They are fun to watch with their death defying leaps, haphazard climbing, and crazy antics. Unfortunately, though, once these critters make their way into a residential home or commercial property, they stop being fun and become a major headache.  We often get calls from clients…

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Problems with Canadian Geese? 

Do you live in an area where there are well-watered, fertilized, and have mowed fields, parks, golf courses, or sports fields? Well, you may be aware that there is a growing Canadian geese problem in Massachusetts.  Most of the time, geese invoke picturesque images of birds flying in V-formation or majestically honking to communicate with…

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EEE Cases in New England

The summer season is rapidly coming to an end marked by slightly cooler weather and the kids heading back to school. One thing that is not over, however, is the threat of mosquito-borne illnesses. One in particular has made the news recently that we should all be aware of – EEE – or Eastern equine…

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Gutters and the Pests they Attract 

Now that the calendar has turned to September, it won’t be long before we start seeing the foliage change colors and the leaves begin their inevitable fall to the ground. For many of us, this signals a time to clean out our yards of the piles of leaves that can be a prime hiding spot…

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Hunting Termites 

Your home is probably the most valuable asset you have, right? Then you should always be alert to potential threats to your home including the threat of termite damage. We are not saying you need to hunt for termites every weekend, but it should be a regular part of your home maintenance to check for…

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Cockroach Identification Guide 

So the dreaded event happened. You saw a “thing” scurry across your bathroom floor, and you are not quite sure what it is. After an initial shriek you may want to look into what exactly it was. This is often more difficult than it sounds because once the culprit evades your scream, it probably took…

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