DATE POSTED: December 19, 2018
Rodents are a definite concern in Maine year-round, but these concerns can multiply during the winter. When temperatures fall, rodents start to invade homes in Maine seeking warmth, shelter, food, and a place to build a nest where they can raise their young. Your home is ideal, but you don't want these little guys taking up residence with you.
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.
DATE POSTED: November 21, 2018
Squirrels everywhere are always on the hunt for food, scurrying this way and that. They tend to be a huge problem for people with bird feeders in particular
DATE POSTED: April 9, 2018
Springtime in Maine. It is nice to finally be getting some of the nicer weather that spring has in store for us. There are so many things to look forward to as each week the weather continues to improve. BBQ’s in the backyard, walks with our families, and being able to shed those layers without freezing as soon as we step outdoors. Spring brings a lot of good things, but it’s not all…
DATE POSTED: July 31, 2017
It would be very easy to overlook a vole infestation in your South Portland yard, for a time. After all, out of sight, out of mind as the saying goes; but, before long, there would be no denying that voles are causing problems for you. To understand the threat that comes with a vole infestation, you must first learn a bit about this amazing little rodent.
DATE POSTED: April 28, 2017
Few seasons are as beautiful as spring in South Portland. The flowers are in bloom, the leaves are exploding, and the rain jackets are out. Unfortunately, that means yellow jackets are out as well, and the things we enjoy about spring are the very things yellow jackets are looking for too. Unfortunately, it is time to look out for yellow jackets.