DATE POSTED: February 26, 2020
The northeastern United States is famous for a great many things. One of those things, unfortunately, is the Indian meal moth. The Indian meal moth is one of the more common species of moths, particularly in the northeastern part of the United States.
DATE POSTED: July 16, 2019
Like termites and carpenter ants, powderpost beetles get into the wood structures of your home and cause damage. They prefer unfinished wood and will bore under the surface to lay their eggs. As their eggs hatch, their larvae tunnel their way through the wood, eating and leaving hollowed-out tunnels in their wake.
DATE POSTED: June 19, 2019
With summer comes the inevitable presence of bugs. Indian meal moths and grain beetles can infest New England kitchens and pantries. This can happen because of moisture getting into food products, bird seed sitting around too long, or you might even be bringing them home from the grocery store.
DATE POSTED: October 10, 2018
Some of the worst invasions of pests include the ones that involve your stored foods. Opening up a package to find bugs crawling around inside can be a quick way to make one lose their appetite!
DATE POSTED: June 5, 2018
Bed Bug Awareness Week is approaching quickly and some people might be curious as to what it’s all about and why it’s an important week for everyone, especially for homeowners. The entire purpose of Bed Bug Awareness Week is to highlight how common bed bugs are and how easy it is to spread them without meaning to. Unfortunately, not enough people are aware of bed bugs and what the signs of an…
DATE POSTED: May 29, 2017
Folks who have experienced the heartbreak and expense of having pests in their home will be the first to tell you that the process of removing them can be quite daunting. Pests such as termites, mice, wildlife, and a whole list of others can be very destructive guests to have on the property. Many of which also bring with them disease that can easily transmit to the family living in the home.