Who else is eating from your pantry?

If you are new to reading our blogs – Welcome! Our goal is to provide our customers a place to find useful information about all things pest control. Over the past (almost) year, we have covered a lot of pests and how-to’s. We plan to continue our journey through the...

PICK-A-PEST Series: Stink Bugs

As Autumn officially begins the new round of pests start making their way into our homes and property. A few of the most common pests for Fall/Autumn months, as we talked about in the previous blog post, are stink bugs, ants, and cockroaches. This post we are going to...

Autumn Pests: What to Expect!

Summer is on its way out. The long hot days are being exchanged for cool, crisp fall weather. And, to be honest, we are okay with that. This summer has proven to be a tough battle with ants for us and our customers. We are conquering it though! Fall weather does not...

ESSENTIAL STEPS FOR AUTUMN PREP

We’re coming to the end of the summer season. It was a H-O-T, hot summer. Who agrees? We are looking forward to cooler weather especially in the pest division of our company. Cooler months mean a new round of bugs invading your home while the ants, wasps, and other...

Tree & Shrub: Key Benefits of Insect & Disease Control

What is Insect & Disease Control for Trees & Shrubs? Pest control and termite inspections for your home are essential services available to keep your home environment healthy and pest-free so you can enjoy it without the worries of insect transmitted diseases...

Pick-A-Pest: MICE

It has been a while since our last blog post. We have entered our busiest season of the year – all employees are working overtime trying to service each of our customers as quick and efficiently as possible. We thank you for your patience and understanding! This...

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Pick-A-Pest: ANTS

Pick-A-Pest: ANTS

It's time for another addition of our Pick-A-Pest Series! Happy National Pest Management Month friends! We are an essential business providing a healthy and safe environment free from pesky pests. We are OPEN and operating at full capacity. This is the start of our...

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SPRING PREP: Tree & Shrub

SPRING PREP: Tree & Shrub

Springtime is a beautiful awakening for trees, shrubs, flowers and all things creepy crawly. After a dreary winter the colors and warmth of sunshine and spring are welcomed with open arms – unless you have allergies. Maybe your yard isn’t looking like the bright,...

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Curious about our Tree & Shrub division?

Curious about our Tree & Shrub division?

Let us introduce you! In 2016 we branched off to fulfill a need our customers were interested in and we just so happen to have the perfect employee.  Joey Plutro is the Chief Operator of Advance Tree and Shrub as well as a Senior Technician for our Pest Control...

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

Advance Pest Control, Tree and Shrub Employee Christmas Dinner 2019 A note from Terry: We had our company Christmas party and, as you can see from the picture above, everyone attended. What a nice group of professionals we have! We don't get to gather as a company...

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Winter Pests

Winter Pests

The cold days and nights are upon us. Winter pests are still moving about despite the cold. They might just so happen to find the inside of your home. Who doesn’t want to find a warm, cozy place with a bounty of food to choose from to hang out in during the cold...

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Thankful and Blessed

Thankful and Blessed

We are thankful for you! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family! We just wanted to take a moment to express our gratitude for our customers, friends and employees. We cannot do our job without each of you. When I started this business, it was a true family affair....

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Welcome!

Welcome!

Our Technicians and Fleet of TrucksLet us introduce ourselves... 2019 has developed into quite the year for us. We welcomed a few new employees, launched a new website, ramped up our social media presence, and bringing you this blog. Our goal is, as always, to...

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