DATE POSTED: November 17, 2017
For some, the advent of winter means a collective sigh of relief, as we begin to see fewer and fewer insects buzzing about. No more mosquitoes driving us batty or hornets trying to nest in our eaves. It is a comforting thought that we won't have to worry about such pests for a few months, but what applies to some pests does not apply to all, and unfortunately, some of the worst pests to have in or…
DATE POSTED: April 12, 2017
Now that the weather has gotten warmer, folks all over New England are making their way outside and getting to some of those chores that have been piling up all winter long done. Spring cleaning projects in the house, in the garage, and in the yard are priority number one for many of us in the early days of spring. Most are focused on what they can see like storage areas, molding leaves, and…
DATE POSTED: January 23, 2017
Termites can come without warning, causing considerable damage as they do, protect your home with a termite control plan today.
DATE POSTED: November 17, 2016
Part of the great American dream for most is that day when all of the hard work finally pays off and you sign that dotted line for your first home. Becoming a homeowner brings with it a huge sense of accomplishment, and rightfully so. Once you have made it to that place where you truly have somewhere to call home, you want to do everything that you can to protect it. You rake leaves, paint trim…
DATE POSTED: April 27, 2016
When you think of dangerous insects or animals, you may be tempted to think that Maine lucked out, since we don't have any deadly spiders or poisonous snakes to speak of. Sure, there is the Maine black bear, which you probably wouldn't want to run into on a forest trail, but as for creatures found in or around our Maine homes, there aren't any that are particularly dangerous. Or are there?
DATE POSTED: April 20, 2016
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy once described the four seasons of Canada as, "Almost winter, winter, still winter, and road construction." The same can be said of Maine. Although some would find a way to throw black fly season in there as well. Only in Maine could "black fly" be a season. But spring has sprung and we Mainers take full advantage of this time of year when the snow is behind us and the…