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.
DATE POSTED: October 17, 2018
Fall is a time when many pests look to homes for shelter. Winter is coming and the warmth of your home provides the perfect place to overwinter. Stink bugs are among these pests looking for your nice cozy property!
DATE POSTED: September 25, 2018
Now that it’s fall in South Portland, homeowners will begin noticing that a variety of pests are trying to make their way inside their home to avoid the chilly weather. Pests and humans are a lot alike in this respect: we all want to spend more time inside as the temperatures drop. However, although pests don’t mind cohabitating with us, we surely don’t want to open our homes to…
DATE POSTED: September 12, 2018
Being a business owner, you have a lot on your plate, and pests are the last thing you want to deal with. In New England, there’s a good chance you will run into many pests this fall, which could invade and interrupt your business and commercial properties.
DATE POSTED: October 7, 2016
Ahh, fall. Isn't it beautiful? Just thinking about it makes most people happy. The brilliant colors softly drifting off the trees in a crisp autumn breeze, a crackling fire with marshmallows on a cool fall evening, cuddly little flea-infested mice and rats curled up in your nice warm attic… What? That last one doesn't make you happy? Well, if you would rather not have pests invading your…
DATE POSTED: September 9, 2016
This is the time of year when wasps and hornets start to become a real pain, in a very literal sense. Stinging insects spend all spring and summer building their populations. So this is the time of year when you have a greater chance of running into one. But not all encounters are the same. Some stinging insects don't want anything to do with you, and others are wired to be aggressive. Let's talk…