Hudson Pest Control

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Hudson Geography and Pests

Hudson Entering SignIn eastern Massachusetts, the city of Hudson occupies around 12 square miles of low lying land. Hudson sits at an elevation of only 263 feet above sea level and features plenty of green space. It sits at the juncture of Massachusetts Routes 62 and 85 and is bordered on the west by Interstate 495.

Hudson has plenty of water based features. It touches Lake Boon and the Fort Meadow Reservoir. These serve multiple purposes in that Lake Boon provides a popular destination for lake recreation in Hudson, while the reservoir is a source of much of the local drinking water. In addition, the Assabet River passes through Hudson.

On land, Hudson has plenty to offer as well. The city boasts over 20 parks and more than 1100 acres of green space. This doesn’t even include area conservation projects! For example, Danforth Falls Conservation area and the Felton Conservation area both feature an abundance of Lancaster’s most beautiful flora and fauna.

However, Hudson, like most places, also is home to a variety of common household pests. In particular, residents should take care against mosquitos in the summer. These pests need still water in which to breed. They are often found near lakes, such as Lake Boon or the Reservoir. If mosquitos cause a problem for you in the summer, don’t hesitate to involve our Hudson exterminator. We know how to get rid of mosquitos and other pests quickly and efficiently so you can get back to your life.

Hudson History and Pests

The area around Hudson has a history spanning back as far as glacial times. As they moved through the area, these glaciers left behind the landscape that forms Hudson today. In their wake, a number of early nomadic tribes made their homes in what would become Hudson. Later, Native American tribes would make this area home as well and would thrive until the arrival of the European settlers.

Once the Europeans arrived, these two cultures coexisted for a time. Hudson belonged to the region in which the tradition of “Praying Indians” arose. As Europeans passed their culture and traditions on to the tribes, some converted and others resisted. Finally, in the mid 17th century, much of the European settlement was destroyed during King Philip’s War.

These days Hudson is much more peaceful. Yet residents in Hudson may still find themselves battling unwanted intrusions! Household pests may be a problem for Hudson area residents. You may find that families of mice have made their home inside of your home. When this is the case, your best solution is to involve our Hudson pest control specialist right away.

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