DATE POSTED: May 19, 2017
One of the most formidable summer pests has got to be the tick. These parasitic bugs are found all over New England feasting on our pets and, all too frequently, on us from spring right through the fall. Ticks are typically found in wooded areas, in overgrown areas, in bushes, and in fields. Essentially, this means ticks can be just about everywhere in our area. This year, thanks to a relatively…
DATE POSTED: May 16, 2017
We've had so much rain in South Portland that many of us are starting to wonder if we'll ever see the sun again! But just as we feel like the constant, gloomy days of rainy weather are never going to end, the clouds break and the sun shines again as we get closer to summer in Maine. Rainy weather affects the pest forecast – making conditions ideal for breeding and for pests to look for…
DATE POSTED: March 29, 2017
We aren’t about to give you a checkup about body bumps. These moles are lurking in your garden and tearing up your yard. We have everything you need to know about moles, from identifying the critters to getting rid of them for good. Here’s what you need to know about moles.
DATE POSTED: December 16, 2016
Whether you are building a new home or renovating an old one here in Massachusetts, there is a product that you can incorporate into your plans that will help protect your home from pests while keeping you toasty warm, saving you money on energy costs, offering superior sound proofing qualities, and reducing your home’s carbon footprint – and you can purchase this amazing product right…
DATE POSTED: September 14, 2016
Cockroaches, everybody wants to avoid them, but how do you? How do you make sure that your home stays free from invading, disease-ridden cockroaches? At Big Blue Bug Solutions, we feel as strongly about cockroaches as you do. We don’t want them in your home either; and because of this, we have some facts for you about cockroaches along with a list of the top 5 ways to avoid a cockroach…
DATE POSTED: August 25, 2016
How much damage can a carpenter bee really cause? Should you be worried? Not really, if all you have is one bee attacking your home. The problem is that you're not likely to have only one carpenter bee taking up residence.