DATE POSTED: November 6, 2015
Everyone loves a good mystery. Mysteries make books more enjoyable to read, movies more fun to watch, and life more interesting to live. But, there are definitely some mysteries we can live without: Strange medical problems that plague us for years, odd sounds in our vehicles that have us wondering if we're going to find ourselves stranded in the middle of a desert--or worse--the wrong side of…
DATE POSTED: October 8, 2015
Have you heard the phrase, "The best defense is a good offense?" Of course you have. But when it comes to fall rodents chewing through the walls of your business, the best defense is actually a good defense. What does a good offense look like? The concept is that you score before your opponent has a chance to score, thus eliminating the need to have a strong defense set up. In the case of your…
DATE POSTED: July 9, 2015
Having a squirrel or chipmunk or any rodent, for that matter, in your home can be a real nuisance. They scratch and dig in your walls at all hours of the day and night. They build nests inside and damage your homes interior. They can be a real hazard to the safety of your family and cause health risks to those with allergies. They can also bring in other pests like fleas and ticks. Needless to say…
DATE POSTED: December 26, 2014
There is nothing worse than having a pest infest your home--well, except maybe finding a leak in your lifeboat, in shark infested waters. Pests can fill your home with awful smells, plague your family with flu like symptoms, leave disfiguring wounds, damage your home, and poison your food. Here are some of the repeat offenders that roam Framingham.
DATE POSTED: November 3, 2014
Do you strongly suspect you have mice? Have you heard thumping or scrapping in your wall or ceiling? Did you find little brown pellets in the back of your silverware drawer or food cabinet? Or was it the hole in the side of Tony the Tiger's head that gave you your first clue?
DATE POSTED: October 29, 2014
Seeing a little mouse scurrying across your kitchen floor is never a welcomed sight. Mice are not just annoying they are also a health hazard and dangerous for your home. These small, grey rodents have a tan belly and are about 2.5 to 3.5 inches long. They can be found throughout the United States and are the most common kind of rodent found in a home. They multiply quickly and adapt easily…