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What to Do If You’ve Seen Cockroaches in Your New England Home

DATE POSTED: December 7, 2018

Some bugs are more unappealing than others. If you see a ladybug in your house, it’s no big deal. They’re even kind of cute. On the other hand, if you see a big hairy spider, yuck! Many times it doesn’t even matter if they’re dangerous or not. Some bugs just freak us out more than others. However, there are some bugs that are both unsightly and dangerous.

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What Happens to New England Termites in the Winter?

DATE POSTED: December 5, 2018

There are a lot of benefits to living in New England. We get to experience all four seasons and the activities that go along with them. We gain a greater appreciation for summer due to our long, cold winters. Most pests take a break from bugging us in the fall and winter. There are some pests that can be a problem year-round.

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Could Carpenter Ants Still Be Active Inside My Maine Home?

DATE POSTED: November 30, 2018

You may be wondering if carpenter ants could still be active inside your Maine home this fall. The simple answer is yes. Carpenter ants, if established in a warm residence, can keep working and causing damage to your South Portland home all winter.

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Problems Bats Cause in South Portland Homes

DATE POSTED: November 28, 2018

Bats are a common threat in the fall in the greater-Portland area. At dusk, you may see them flying overhead and swooping down to grab a tasty meal of mosquitoes and other backyard bugs. For this reason, they can seem kind of helpful. However, they can get inside your home and cause danger to your family and problems to your home.

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Fall Nuisance Pest Prevention for New England Residents

DATE POSTED: November 19, 2018

New England homeowners are plagued with nuisance pests every fall. Some of these pests include stink bugs, earwigs, silverfish, and centipedes. For the most part, they are far less dangerous than many pests, but they are a nuisance.

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