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Hartsdale Pest Control 2018-08-03T12:16:50+00:00

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Pest Elimination Experts

Regal Pest Management. offers comprehensive insect and rodent control in Hartsdale. We strive to eliminate insect infestations at their source so that you can continue with your business and enjoy your homes.

Call Regal Pest Management right now for help with rodents and insects, in Hartsdale. Our staff is on site and serving our clients throughout the county each day. Below is a basic review of the pests we regularly exterminate throughout the area.

Pest Control – To Help Resolve Your Bug Problems

Since Regal Pest Management services the Hamlet of Hartsdale each day, we have learned a bit about the area…it is located in the town of Greenburgh, of Westchester County. This hamlet covers and area of only 1 square mile and holds a population of approximately 5,200 people at the 2010 census in an area of about 1 square mile

One notable bit of history from Hartsdale relates to the birth of the Carvel Ice Cream Store. As the story goes, on a hot Memorial Day weekend in 1934, Greek immigrant and ice cream salesman Tom Carvelas was selling ice cream from his truck around roads in Westchester, when he broke down with a flat tire along Central Avenue in Hartsdale. With his ice cream melting rapidly, he decided to simply sell it along the side of Central Avenue where his truck broke down. Successful at selling his stock at this location, he decided to buy the plot of land where he was stuck, and in 1936 he opened up the world’s first Carvel ice cream store. The store stood on the southbound side of Central Avenue (just south of the “Four Corners” section of Hartsdale) until October 5, 2008, when the store was closed and the land sold to developers. The original store has since been demolished. To commemorate the birth of Carvel ice cream in Hartsdale, the Hartsdale Fire Company distributes Carvel “Flying Saucers” from Fire Station 1 after every Memorial Day parade.