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Pestmaster Services of the Hudson Valley Expands into Lawn Care

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The company will now be offering lawn fertilization and weed control services.

| January 31, 2013

KINGSTON, N.Y. — Paul Alley, president of Pestmaster Services, Kingston, N.Y., announced that Pestmaster Services of the Hudson Valley will now be offering lawn fertilization and weed control to local home and business owners, in addition to the pest control Pestmaster Services has been providing for over 12 years.

Alley said, “Healthy, beautiful lawns are shown to have a positive, calming effect on the human mind. All of our experience at various golf courses in the Hudson Valley, paired with our in-depth knowledge acquired by working diligently on the West Point Military Base, gives us the ability to offer our expert services to the homes and businesses right here in our own community.”

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