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TIck Facts

You’ve probably heard of ticks and the dangers they can cause to humans or any other animal for that matter. Tick facts can help you understand how to best control them and the spread of diseases associated with these parasites known for sucking blood from their hosts..For example, if you suffer a tick bite, you may get infected with bacterial

How To Prevent Ticks

The spring season is now in full force and before you know it the summer season will be here.  While family head to their summer homes, backyards, and cottages, tick exposure becomes a big threat throughout the Northeast. Ticks are known to live in tall grass and wooded areas and can pose a threat to homeowners, campers and outdoor adventurers

Four Easy Tips To Reduce Mosquitoes In Your Yard

Four Easy Tips To Reduce MosquitosYou’re in your backyard with your friends enjoying the Massachusetts or Rhode Island scenery without a care in the world––nothing could ruin your day! But then all of a sudden you feel that little prick and see that tiny little bug. A mosquito has chosen you as their prey, and you’ll be dealing with

How Our Mosquito Control Services Help Your Town and Community in MA & RI

Mosquito Spray in MA: How Our Mosquito Control Services Help Your Town and Community in MA & RIAs temperatures rise and the sun goes down, mosquitoes are looking for their next meal.  You may find yourself running for cover or your life, literally! There are easier ways to handle your mosquito problems. Mosquito spray services from The Mosquito Guy can rid

Stop Mosquitoes From Ruining Your Wedding

While you may not be thinking of attending a wedding in the near future with the cold we have been experiencing, this time of year a lot of couples are getting engaged. That means they start thinking about and planning their wedding. A wedding is typically one of the most memorable events in an individual’s life. The way that their

Where Do Mosquitoes Go In the Winter?

Have you ever wondered why there seem to be no mosquitos around in the winter? FictionA Lot people believe that mosquitos die out in the New England cold weather due to the freezing temperatures. This is a common belief as the lack of mosquito bites leads people to believe that they are either dead. They are actually in a form of