DATE POSTED: December 30, 2013
With the New Year almost here, thousands of people will make similar resolutions. Working out and dieting are great resolutions that will certainly make you feel better, but why not take this chance to resolve to protect your property, your pets, and your family? Why not resolve to keep your home pest free this year?
DATE POSTED: December 16, 2013
Have you been seeing a lot of spiders in your Worcester and Framingham MA home? If so, you’ve probably been wondering what to do about these arachnids. Spiders in New England can be useful because they are known to eat the insects that may be present inside your home, but if you have a fear of these pests or you are seeing them in great numbers, they can prove to a be a real nuisance.
DATE POSTED: December 2, 2013
With Christmas just over 3 weeks away, there is still a lot of preparation that must be done. With all the baking, gift shopping, planning and wrapping that still needs doing, who has time to deal with pests? The New England pest control professionals at Big Blue Bug Solutions do!
DATE POSTED: November 13, 2013
If your home has cockroaches in Framingham or Worcester, MA, simply contact Big Blue Bug Solutions today. Getting rid of roaches requires the help of a MA pest control professional due to the risk of bacteria, disease and allergies that these unsanitary pests can track through the home. Call today for more information on roach control in your home!
DATE POSTED: October 3, 2013
At Big Blue Bug, our customer service representatives get a lot of calls from concerned folks about pests inside their homes. One of the most common questions we receive is “does it bite?!” If you have insects inside your home, the question on whether or not they bite may be one of your biggest worries, especially if you have young children.
DATE POSTED: September 11, 2013
People are having problems with spiders all over New England. We regularly get calls from folks that are seeing more than their fair share of spiders inside their homes. Luckily there aren’t any poisonous spiders in Rhode Island, but every once in awhile black widow and brown recluse spiders have been brought into the state by travelers. Typically the spiders in Rhode Island that we deal…