DATE POSTED: August 15, 2016
There are obvious reasons to not have cockroaches in your business, especially if your business has anything to do with the storage, transportation, preparation, or sale of food products. But some of the reasons are not so obvious, so we've put together this list of reasons you should get your cockroach problem fixed if you own or operate a business in South Portland.
DATE POSTED: July 27, 2016
Maine is called vacationland for a reason. It is beautiful in Maine during the summer; and, if you are a Mainer, there is a good chance you're going to take full advantage of those warm summer days. Whether you go out somewhere in the Maine woods or just hang out in your backyard, yellow jackets can be an issue. Here are 5 things you should know about yellow jackets if you live in South Portland.
DATE POSTED: July 20, 2016
Bed bugs are a difficult pest to deal with, and they become even more difficult to deal with when multiple people and residences are involved in the extermination process, such as in the case of many rental properties. Having ordinances in place to protect all people involved is very important, and recently in Augusta, Maine, the city’s emergency bed bug ordinance was revised. We believe that…
DATE POSTED: July 8, 2016
Here in South Portland, we love our summers. The winters in Maine can sometimes stay a lot longer than we'd like, and when the days start warming up, we want to get outside. And, they don't call Maine Vacation Land for nothing! It is beautiful out there in our slice of nature!
DATE POSTED: June 30, 2016
Living in the Northeast, we tend to have more months in the year that are cold rather than warm. For some people this is a joy; for others it’s a long countdown to wait to see the groundhog in February. This cold weather tends to draw in unwanted pests that are seeking food and warmth. Ants are one of the most common pests to enter into your home. If you have spent any time at all living or…
DATE POSTED: June 29, 2016
Are you ready? Here comes a ten cent word. Bioremediation. You probably already know what that word means, but for those of you who don't, it is basically a process that uses naturally occurring or deliberately introduced microorganisms, or other forms of life, to consume and break down environmental pollutants. Here are a few ways bioremediation has been used to clean things up in an…