Enter to Win a Free K9 Bed Bug Inspection

Sign-up now for a chance to win a free 3-D K9 inspection in conjunction with our customary free bed bug consultation*

First Name:*

Last Name:*

Email:*

Company:

Enter Word Verification:*

Captcha Image

*3-D K9 inspection is good for up to 5 units, including one suspect active unit and up to 4 adjacent units.

×

Take a Bite Out of your Bed Bug Treatment Budget

Fill out the form below to contact us today!

Name:*

Email:*

Phone:*

Company:

Location:*

Comments:

Enter Verification:*

Captcha Image

×

Get Your Organic Mosquito Solution Now

Fill out the form below to contact us today!

Name:*

Email:*

Phone:*

Company:

Location:*

Comments:

×

Get Your Organic Tick Solution Now

Fill out the form below to contact us today!

Name:*

Email:*

Phone:*

Company:

Location:*

Comments:

×

Bedbug Infestation Video

Press play to watch the video below.

×
Call Us At 877.507.0698
Forward Thinking Pest Control

Call Us At 877.507.0698
Forward Thinking Pest Control

EHS Pest Control

EHS Pleasant Street Wildflower Project

RSS -- Grab EHS RSS Feed

Winter Is A Season Of Recovery And Preparation

The quote by American author Paul Theroux, who is coincidentally from Medford, MA, is pretty fitting. Not that our Wildflower Garden looks much likes it's recovering from or preparing for anything. But with it looking so brown and barren, it feels more hopeful and optimistic to think that way. And the truth is that it will come back even stronger than last year and this is all part of the process.





It's actually kind of cool to see the jute mesh mat again that we put down to keep the barren ground from eroding. What a difference it is now.

I'll be trying to get all this material chopped up as much as possible to mulch, compost and re-seed our garden for the Spring.

View the entire history of The Wildflower Project on it's blog at: EHS Pleasant Street Wildflower Project help our pollinators Pollinator Factoid: Many insects such as flies and wasps mimic true bees. True bees have two sets of wings. Flies have only two wings. Wasps although they look like are only closely related to bees. Next time you see a pollinator in your garden check to see if it is a bee.


Here is a web site that can help you: Is it or isn't it a bee?


Environmental Health Services, Inc.Environmental Health Services, Inc. $$

823 Pleasant Street
Norwood,
MA 02062
Email: info@ehspest.com
Phone: 877-507-0698