DATE POSTED: February 25, 2021
There are many disturbing possibilities when it comes to discovering pest invasions in your Southern Portland, Maine home. Finding them in your food is one of the more unpleasant scenarios, especially when you begin to question how long the infestation has been going on.
DATE POSTED: January 15, 2021
While pests are a problem all year long, the different seasons mean that different pests represent a threat to businesses at different times of the year. As such, it's vital to employ a general understanding of what drives different pests during different seasons.
DATE POSTED: November 20, 2020
Indian meal moths are found in a wide variety of climates and their larvae live in stored food products, which include grains, dried fruit, seeds, spices, and pet food. In fact, pet food is a common culprit when it comes to identifying the cause of infestation.
DATE POSTED: November 11, 2020
Once fall sets in, the insect patterns change to seeking shelter. This time period requires home maintenance to protect against the mass invasion of spiders, ladybugs, boxelder bugs, and more. Larger pests such as rodents also begin to seek out homes for warmth and shelter.
DATE POSTED: November 9, 2020
While there are many pests capable of causing property damage, one of them might be a pest you hadn't heard of. The pest in question is the powderpost beetle.
DATE POSTED: August 20, 2020
Indian meal moths don’t taint food because they harbor parasites and diseases. They do it with their fecal waste and webbing. These substances change the taste of whatever they infest, and they promote mold growth.