Category: Pest Prevention

Enjoy a Pest-Free New Year with These Resolutions

As 2016 draws near, many of us are trying to come up with some great New Year’s resolution we can keep. Whether you plan to make changes to your lifestyle, learn a new hobby or read more this year, there are a few extra resolution ideas that Amherst Exterminators encourages you to consider. While cleaning… Read more »

Keep Bugs Out Of Your Christmas Tree

A beautiful way to fill your home with the smell of pine, the real Christmas tree is the preferred choice for many families. As the holiday season draws near and you and your children head out in search of your perfect tree, we at Amherst Exterminators would like to provide you a bit of advice… Read more »

Be Proactive When You Have a Pest Problem

Pest control is vital. You don’t want termites, rats, spiders, beetles, hornets, ants, or any other type of pest getting out of control on your property. Amherst Exterminators manages and eliminates pests for you. Perhaps the main reason people want to get rid of pests is because they’re regarded as dirty and some do, indeed,… Read more »

The Ant Season is Approaching. Time for Preventive Maintenance.

The snow is gone and the weather is gradually warming up. What this means is all kinds of ants are coming out of dormancy. Many homes and businesses will experience inside activity until ants can flourish outdoors. The best solution to this problem throughout the spring, summer, and fall is to maintain good outside preventative… Read more »

How does the winter affect Insects in Western New York?

Frigid Weather   With the temperatures hovering around zero in Western New York one might ask how insects survive. The answer is a simple one; insects do not maintain a constant body temperature like mammals do.  Insects adapt very well to their environment in which they live in. Biology Most insect development is contingent with… Read more »

Amherst Exterminators: Preventative Home Inspections

This year, we’ve had more than a winter’s fair share of snow on the ground, and it has been so cold—too cold— here in our neck of the woods in Western New York. However, soon enough, spring will arrive, and we won’t be the only species to perk our heads up at the coming of… Read more »