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Learn the ins and outs of lift safety before taking on a big job like this, installing bird repellent dishes on the roof tiles of a pier structure. PHOTO: BIRD BARRIER

Build your bird business

March 2, 2020 By
Whether you focus on subcontracting or taking it in-house, experts agree: Do your homework first when it comes to bird control. Read more»
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The Aust Group facilitates New Jersey deal

January 31, 2020 By
Excel Termite & Pest Control, headquartered in River Edge, N.J., purchased Twin Boro Termite & Pest Control. The transaction closed on Jan. 15, and the terms were not disclosed. Read more»
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COTN founders Chris and Debbie Clark (middle) and the Aust family (middle, right) with COTN students. PHOTO: THE AUST GROUP

Aust Group partners with non-profit in Sierra Leone

June 26, 2019 By
The Aust Group is partnering with the Seattle, Wash.-based, Christian non-profit organization Children of the Nations (COTN). Read more»
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3 factors to consider before selling your company

September 10, 2018 By and
Currently, merger and acquisition activity in the pest control industry continues to surge. How long this will last is unknown. However, this trend should continue to remain active for some time thanks to the favorable business climate, low interest rates,... Read more»
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Aust Group opens office location

July 24, 2018 By
The Aust Group, a newly-launched mergers & acquisition consulting firm, opened an office in New Jersey. Read more»
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Anticimex buys Bug Doctor, enters US market

August 2, 2016 By
Bug Doctor, the Paramus, New Jersey-based pest management company founded by President and CEO Stuart Aust, has been acquired by Anticimex. The deal enables Anticimex, a pest management company founded in Sweden in 1934, to enter the U.S. market. It... Read more»
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Pigeons aren’t ‘just rats with wings’

April 7, 2016 By
When you’re 5 years old, every adult is an authority on every topic, and the nuances of communication often go over your head. When my grandmother, an amateur kitchen-window bird watcher, told kindergartener me that she loved all the birds... Read more»
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Seagulls: Feathered health hazards

September 25, 2015 By
Learn more about the health hazards caused by seagulls and how to use caution and protect yourself from these carriers of disease. Read more»

Feathered Foes: Canada Goose Control Options

April 22, 2015 By
Canada goose (Branta canadensis) control methodologies range from installing cardboard/wooden silhouettes of fake coyotes to applying for a federal depredation permit to addle goose eggs. A Canada goose usually starts breeding at three years of age and can live into... Read more»
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The Scary-Looking Turkey Vulture is Coming to a Town Near You

October 17, 2014 By
If you haven’t seen a turkey vulture yet, brace yourself. They’re on their way to your town. They’ve been spotted from southern Canada to the southern tip of South America. Globally, there are more than 4.5 million turkey vultures, and... Read more»
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