DATE POSTED: November 6, 2019
Are you familiar with what a silverfish is? If not, you should get to know this little, slimy invader. A silverfish isn't much to look at but it can cause big problems, and more importantly, it could be a warning sign of bigger problems. Let's take a look.
DATE POSTED: May 21, 2019
With the stress of everyday life, no one needs the added stress of a pest infestation. Silverfish are a common insect found throughout the New England area and are classified as a nuisance pest. These small tear-shaped insects do not bite, scratch, or spread disease like many other home-invading pests, but silverfish can still cause some stressful problems if they infest your property.
DATE POSTED: February 14, 2019
Are you finding silverfish on your bathroom floor? It isn't surprising. Silverfish are a common pest problem in New England, and bathrooms are a commonplace they're seen. But your bathroom is not the only place those insects will hang out.
DATE POSTED: May 28, 2018
Silverfish are fascinating insects from the phylum arthropoda, the subclass apterygota, and the species Lepisma saccharina, but you probably didn't come here for a biology lesson. If you have these pests in your home, you don't need a bunch of fancy words or fancy scientific facts. You want actionable information to help you get rid of those bugs and keep them out for good. Here's what you need to…
DATE POSTED: April 16, 2018
Silverfish are a common pest found throughout Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and New England as a whole. A small insect, silverfish are often in between a half-inch and one inch in length, are silver in color, and have 3 bristles that protrude from their abdomen. They are narrow, lengthy, flat in shape and their movements are known to be fish-like.
DATE POSTED: February 13, 2018
The internet is a large vessel of information, and at any time of the day you can find any number of stories on the internet about a wide variety of topics. The downside to this is that most of this information is not filtered for accuracy, and it’s very easy to fall into the trap of false information. If you click the wrong link you could be connected to a website that is biased or…