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Getting a Head Start on Winter Pest Prevention, Part 1

Fall came upon Utahns quickly this year, with temperatures quickly turning cold and signaling the eventual onset of winter within the next couple months. This is a signal to homeowners everywhere to prepare their properties for the cold season in a few important areas, one of which is ensuring pest control is up-to-date and in

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mud swallows

Tips for Preventing and Removing Mud Swallows

While many people think only of smaller critters when they hear the term “pest,” it’s one that can extend to several larger creatures, including birds. At A-1 Exterminators, we’re a proud partner with Bird Barrier, offering quality bird control services for a variety of bird types that may be invading your property and causing issues.

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Pigeons

Limiting Pigeons and Other Birds from Solar Panel Damage

While pigeons may be considered cute or enjoyable by many, they can also create significant damage to several home or property areas. One such area, for those who maintain them on their property, is solar panels, where pigeons and other nesting birds can create several specific, costly issues. At A-1 Exterminators, we’re here to help

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woodpecker

Tips for Safely Limiting Woodpecker Drumming Concerns

While woodpeckers are pretty, aesthetically pleasing birds to look at, they’re often not so pleasing when it comes to the auditory realm. Woodpeckers are well-known for their constant drumming on trees and other solid surfaces, especially during the spring and summer periods where these birds are most active. At A-1 Exterminators, our extensive range of

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Bird Problems

Determining Responsibility for HOA Property Bird Problems

If you live in a condo or home governed by such a group, homeowners’ associations are important bodies you need to understand fully. Often in charge of dictating several important day-to-day living factors, from costs of certain amenities to rules and regulations for the community, homeowners’ associations, abbreviated HOA, may cover a variety of areas.

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Pest Control

How Pest Control Helps Limit Child Asthma Symptoms

If you’re a parent of a child with asthma, chances are you take regular precautions to benefit them and help limit their symptoms or major asthma attacks. You likely look to reduce their exposure to dust or other potential aggravators of asthma conditions, plus aim for high air quality within your home or other common

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Common Pest

Common Pest Types to Consider During Summer

Like many other areas of basic home care and maintenance, pest control is an area that evolves seasonally. While certain pests can pose risks throughout most or even all of a given year, most are only present during one part of the year or another – the pests you’re most concerned about during the heat

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Decks

Protecting Decks and Outdoor Areas From Termite Infestation

For home and building owners everywhere, termites can be a significant stress point. They’re some of the most damaging pests out there, plus take knowledge of a few specific signs to help detect their presence – many who aren’t familiar with them miss these signs and allow them to continue feasting on wood and other

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Being Prepared

Being Prepared in Case of a Spider Bite

At A-1 Exterminators, we’re proud to offer comprehensive spider spray and spider control services for all our clients. These crawlers can be both a health risk and a scary, unsightly presence for many people, but our services allow you to carry on daily life in your home or business without concern for spider presence. In

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indoor outdoor spring pest control

Indoor and Outdoor Spring Pest Control Areas

For homeowners around the state of Utah, and indeed throughout the country, the spring is an important time of year. You’re bringing the home out of certain areas of winter hibernation, if you will, and assessing some of your primary components to ensure everything is set for the warm summer ahead. At A-1 Exterminators, we’re

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