DATE POSTED: June 20, 2018
In the great State of Maine, we have a nice long break from pests during the cold winter months but, without fail, those pests come back when the weather warms up. From black flies and mosquitoes to spiders and house flies, they all come back year after year to plague us. In this article, we are going to look at the common ants that infiltrate our South Portland properties, the problems they…
DATE POSTED: June 19, 2018
The increase in the population of other pests during the summertime also leads to an increased spider presence to prey on them. While spiders have their purpose in nature, they are not often considered a welcome housemate by homeowners, and rightfully so! There are several varieties of spiders that are native to New England including sac spiders, house spiders, and black widows. Let’s take a…
DATE POSTED: June 18, 2018
It won’t be long before school is over and kids will be out of school. This time of year, as a parent, we struggle with a variety of things including what to do with our kids while we are at work, what camps should we send them to, and much more. Yes, there is already so much to think about, however, there is one more thing that parents should be aware of this summer.
DATE POSTED: June 13, 2018
Everyone looks forward to summer and all the outdoor fun it brings. From Memorial Day parades to backyard BBQ’s, pool parties, graduations, weddings, and more, summer is such an exciting and enjoyable time. Unfortunately, summer also brings with it summertime pests like ants, mosquitoes, and roaches. While we often just think of these pests as an annoyance, they can actually be far more…
DATE POSTED: June 12, 2018
Tick season is officially underway and it is around this time of year that we start seeing more and more of them in our yard. As homeowners, we would do just about everything we can to try to avoid them. It’s simple…the more you know about ticks, the better chance you have of avoiding and detecting them.
DATE POSTED: June 11, 2018
Mosquitoes during the spring and summer seasons are inevitable. You might even say that you can’t have one without the other. It may seem like there is no way you can control or prevent them, but there may be hope, especially for your own home and backyard. In fact, it’s important for your health to fight back against mosquitoes.
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