DATE POSTED: April 30, 2015
Spiders are sneaky. I'm willing to bet you probably haven't noticed them taking over your house. It happens slowly--and in high places you don't tend to look. Stop for a moment, and take a walk around. Look closely at the corners near your ceilings. I bet you'll find some spider webs. When you get back, continue on with this article and find out what you can do about those spiders.
DATE POSTED: April 15, 2015
Take in a deep breath and let it out. It won't be long till it starts feeling like spring. The temperatures will climb; they always do. Even the air will begin to warm. It happens every year. You know what else happens every year? Bugs and wildlife become active again. But I have good news. There are some things you can do about those pests.
DATE POSTED: March 31, 2015
That's right sports lovers, we have an incredible match for you today as we pit the ferocious centipede up against the clever and wily millipede, to see which contender will survive this battle to the death. This may be the most exciting battle in arthropod history! Let's find out.
DATE POSTED: March 16, 2015
When snow starts to melt and temperatures start to warm up, what happens? That's right, bugs start to appear. But every home is different. You may have flies appearing in the upper rooms of your house as they flee attic spaces in search of an exit from your home. You may find lady bugs crawling all over the sun-warmed walls of your home. Ants may be forming superhighways across your kitchen floor…
DATE POSTED: February 27, 2015
Find out how to pest proof your home and property with these helpful tips!
DATE POSTED: February 19, 2015
On a cold New England night, when the snow swirls around outside, there is nothing nicer than to relax by a glowing fireplace and sip on a cup of something warm. The sound of crackling. The soft amber light. There is something about a warm winter fire that soothes the bones. But storing and using cut wood can also add some complications to your life. Wood can harbor insects, and those insects can…