What Pesky Pests are Cooling off when you aren’t Home?

It’s finally Summer! The sun is out and the birds are chirping, but more importantly who’s cooling off at your house when you aren’t home? Here at Alcon we like to be proactive when treating your home for pests!

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Mosquito Season is Approaching

Now that we are almost past spring season, the mosquitos will be coming out! Mosquitos are known to cary viruses such as West Nile and Zika so it is imperative that you treat your yard for these pesky pests. Let Alcon Services come out and spray your yard and talk to you about our in2care […]

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Look Out For Termites

Spring is here and all bugs are out and about. Friends and family make sure your are on the look out for termite tubes and mud balls popping out of your walls and around your plumbing/pipe areas.   These pictures are a worst case scenario and the tube by the 2×4 will also look like […]

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Carpenter Ants and Squirrels!

Spring is fast approaching and with the gorgeous flowers, beautiful sunshine, and warmth but those pesky little critters like carpenter ants unfortunately may come along with it.   Carpenter ants are large ants indigenous to many forested parts of the world. They build nests inside wood consisting of galleries chewed out with their mandibles, preferably […]

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Living Animals Are Looking for a Warm Home

Fall is here! ALL¬†living creatures are looking to find a warm home for the winter SO GUESS WHO IS COMING TO VISIT? Animals! Now is the time to get your fall Pest Control treatment done if you are not on our 1 year plan service, you also may want to be thinking about mice, rats […]

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Carpenter Ants The Unwanted Guests of Spring

Just like that Spring has arrived not only bringing with it gorgeous flowers, beautiful sunshine, and warmth but those pesky little critters like carpenter ants. Carpenter ants are large ants indigenous to many forested parts of the world. They build nests inside wood consisting of galleries chewed out with their mandibles, preferably in dead, damp […]

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