DATE POSTED: May 27, 2019
It’s hard not to enjoy the warm weather, especially after the winter we just had. Glistening sun rays invite us out to enjoy the fresh air of spring, and everything seems to be right with the world. Unfortunately, we are not the only ones enjoying the warmer weather, bed bugs are loving it as well.
DATE POSTED: April 9, 2019
There’s no season like the season of summer. Plenty of fun activities, lots of vacation, and perhaps your family is free for a few weeks to spend time together. Many Worcester residents expect the influx of tourists in the New England area during summer, and with those tourists comes those hitchhiking pests—bed bugs. Some people wonder why there seems to be a rise in bed bug…
DATE POSTED: March 12, 2019
Bed bugs are among the odd insect pests that are typically found in areas where people frequent. Unlike other pests, bed bugs need humans to survive at all. Bed bugs can survive both hot and cold temperatures as it is, but because of the fact that bed bugs tend to live in the areas we live, with heat or air conditioning and a controlled climate indoors, they are able to thrive and feed on our…
DATE POSTED: January 29, 2019
The winter holidays are so much fun and bring us closer to family and friends every year. It’s such a wonderful time of year. We enjoy traveling, shopping, cooking, and hosting parties and feasts for family and friends. However, in the midst of all of the holiday festivities, or even after the holidays have ended, bed bugs can spring up around your home.
DATE POSTED: October 23, 2018
No matter what weather is outside, cold or hot, bed bugs are on the go and can survive, indoors, all year round. Fall is prime time for them to enter homes and, not only because it is warm inside, but we tend to be fairly active during this time of year so they have ample opportunity to find their way in.
DATE POSTED: September 21, 2018
It’s officially fall, and you know what that means—the 2018 school year has begun! Most parents will agree that one of the things they dread most about the school year is the constant exchange of germs from kid to kid, eventually leaving your own child sick with the flu or a cold. Germs aren’t the only thing we should be worried about getting passed around.