Alert Pest Control Services

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Alert Pest Control Services
Alert Pest Control Services is listed in the Pest Control Services category in Farmington, Connecticut. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alert Pest Control Services which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alert Pest Control Services on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 34.

Contact information for Alert Pest Control Services is:
979 Farmington Ave
Farmington, CT 06032
(860) 673-1224

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Alert Pest Control Services has an overall ZapScore of 34. This means that Alert Pest Control Services has a higher ZapScore than 34% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Farmington, Connecticut is 36 and in the Pest Control Services category is 38. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Alert Pest Management shared their video.
They're here The White Faced Hornet... Be very carefull if you see one of these nests attached to your home or nearby in a tree or shrub. Keep the kids and pets safe.... These Hornets are mean . Alert Pest Control 860-673-1224 https://www.facebook.com/189644857761906/videos/1263911850335196/?fref=mentions
Now these fellas are nasty. The White Faced Hornet.

Alert Pest Management shared their photo.
Hummm interesting stuff here 😊
Killer Bees, where are they now... NOT in Connecticut.... In the 1950s, African and European honey bees escaped from an experimental apiary, or “bee yard,” in Brazil and started making hybrid bee babies in the wild. The resulting Africanized honey bees outcompeted native bees for resources and took over their hives. They spread north and south through South and Central America and, in October 1990, reached the United States. Their arrival was talked about like a monster movie, with swarms of hyper-aggressive “killer” bees swooping down from the sky to maim and murder us. The reality is that, while the hybrids inherited their African ancestors’ tendency to pursue and attack perceived threats in large numbers, and have killed people and animals, we haven’t seen the bloodbath people feared. In the years the bees have been here, people in the South and Southwest have simply learned to live with them. Most people never meet a killer bee, and entomologists from the Department of Agriculture have developed tools and techniques—like bee-proof clothing and “swarm traps”—to protect those that do come in contact with them. But it's not all good news. Recently there have been reports of sometimes deadly attacks.

Alert Pest Management shared their video.
Look out..... They are coming soon... :) The White Faced Hornet... Oh Boy... these guys are nasty... :) https://www.facebook.com/189644857761906/videos/1263911850335196/
Now these fellas are nasty. The White Faced Hornet.

Congratulations to the staff at Alert Pest Management for receiving the Angie's List " Super Service Award " for 2016.... This our 4th year in a row receiving this award. Thank you Blondi Blondee, Dwight, Pete, Aldo and Jose Collazo.. I also would like to thank Cari Carney for being a part of our family.... You folks are an awesome team.. I am very proud to work with all of you... We only received this award because of YOU :) Let's earn that 2017 Super Service Award..... I am confident we will. :)