DATE POSTED: February 26, 2021
When it comes to pest management in gardens and other areas around property perimeters, spiders in South Portland, Maine are extremely beneficial.Spiders only become a problem pest when they begin to make their way towards the exterior and interior of our homes. While they prefer the outdoors, a spider’s instinct is to follow their food source wherever it goes.
DATE POSTED: December 18, 2020
Winter in Milford is a magical time. The cold weather brings beautiful scenery and enjoyable holiday traditions. However, we aren’t the only ones wanting to stay inside and bundle up. A majority of pests prefer to spend winter within our warm walls as well.
DATE POSTED: November 16, 2020
Spiders are pests that can inspire a love/hate relationship. They are natural predators for the many insects that invade your home, making them somewhat of an ally. However, some spiders are a danger to humans, and (even if they aren't dangerous) most people just don't like them.
DATE POSTED: September 23, 2020
Spiders might be the one pest that most homeowners in Southern Maine fear more than any other. While many other pests pose more health and property damage risks than spiders, there is something about them that is particularly scary, leaving many people to have severe spider phobias.
DATE POSTED: May 29, 2020
Despite their menacing appearance, spiders are one of the most beneficial types of pests to have in the world. However, some are quite venomous and thus dangerous if they bite you. Luckily for us in southern Maine, the two species of spiders in the United States that are dangerous to humans (black widows and brown recluses) are not native to the area. That means it is highly unlikely that you will…
DATE POSTED: April 15, 2020
Have you had enough of spiders in your basement, spiders in your attic, spiders making webs in the upper corners or your living room, or finding a big, fat, hairy spider sitting on the drain in your bathtub or shower? There are some things you can do to prevent spiders from getting into your home and finding conditions inside your home that are conducive to their habitation. Let's take a look at…