DATE POSTED: March 3, 2021
When it comes to proper pest control, you may have to look beyond the cracks and crevices in your Worcester home and focus your attention on your pantry. The sawtooth grain beetle is a dry-goods-devouring pest that's known to make its way inside your favorite treats and enjoy them just as much as you do.
DATE POSTED: December 10, 2020
Pests can invade any part of your Worcester home. One of the most common areas of invasion is the pantry. Tobacco beetles, Indian meal moths, and weevils often feed on the food stored in pantries. Even worse, they lay their eggs in your dried foods. Before you find yourself a victim of the many pantry pests in Worcester, learn how to keep them out.
DATE POSTED: September 3, 2020
What if we told you one ingredient is sneaking into foods around Worcester that isn’t written on the label? We are talking about pantry pests. If you would rather not open up a box of cereal to find larvae crawling around, we have some tips and tricks for you today. Here is the best way to keep pests out of your Worcester home’s pantry.
DATE POSTED: July 24, 2020
Grain beetles don't usually get into homes from the yard. They don't explore your exterior walls looking for gaps and cracks. Most of the time, these insects are brought into your home from the grocery store—similar to how the soldiers used the Trojan horse. But you can't protect yourself by choosing to never take in gifts from your enemy. You have to learn how to detect these secret…
DATE POSTED: July 13, 2020
There are many pests that can taint food. Roaches and ants are two examples. They can harbor and spread illness-causing bacteria while they crawl about in your kitchen. Kittery residents may need to spend a lot of time and energy keeping them out to protect themselves and their loved ones. But one kind of insects that are sometimes forgotten is pantry moths.
DATE POSTED: February 10, 2020
Ever heard of a saw-toothed grain beetle? Chances are, you haven’t. These tiny pests like to reside in your cupboard, living and breeding inside your food. Spotting these pests is incredibly difficult due to their size, and their eggs are even harder to find. They are so tiny that they look like a grain of rice.