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.
DATE POSTED: April 26, 2017
The most destructive pests in Maine are not the infamous termite that you can find in other states. Here in Maine, the carpenter ant can cause just as much damage to a home and property and they are a huge problem in the South Portland area. These pests will need to be dealt with before they can cause a lot of damage and to avoid repair costs associated with those damages.
DATE POSTED: April 17, 2017
Fleas are the worst kind of pest. They cause you so much grief, they pester your pets, and they cannot be seen. As the weather warms and the fleas are out in full force, they are going to want to catch a ride into your home. Are fleas dangerous when they arrive? Big Blue Bug Solutions in South Portland offers a guide to fleas to help you decide.
DATE POSTED: April 7, 2017
But the mice are still insightful. Do you believe this? Are mice intelligent? Well, it would appear to be so. See, we humans are inclined to think that once the weather warms up, mice that have been overwintering in our homes will pack up and move back outside because that's where mice belong. Right? Wrong. Mice, once they are established with a comfy little nest, are more than happy to stay put.…
DATE POSTED: March 31, 2017
Here in South Portland, we are all too aware that Lyme disease is an increasing problem. What was once a disease "other people" got, seems to be everywhere now. And, this is not an illness to take lightly. Lyme disease can cause fever, lethargy, swollen joints and lymph nodes, loss of appetite, and an overall tiredness in dogs. When it strikes people, it can lead to lifelong medical issues with…