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: May 16, 2019
For many homeowners, having a beautiful lawn is very important. After all, nothing is worse than having guests notice your hedges need to be trimmed and your grass could be shorter, right? Wrong. Unfortunately, there is something much worse for the appearance of your lawn than wilted flowers and overgrown hedges, and that something is vole damage.
DATE POSTED: May 14, 2019
If you’ve lived in the area long enough, there’s no doubt that you or someone you know has had the misfortune of a pest invasion at one point or another. With the spring weather we’ve been getting, it’s no surprise that many homeowners are dealing with all the pest pressures that the warmer temperatures encourage.
DATE POSTED: May 8, 2019
For many Worcester residents, cockroach infestations become a concern during summer when they begin rapidly reproducing and invading in larger numbers. As more and more cockroaches become active and comfortable in the warmth of summer, they will begin seeking sources of food and damp shelter. This can lead them into your Worcester home, which can lead to filth, disease, and bacteria…
DATE POSTED: May 7, 2019
Summer arrives and with it comes flies. Fortunately, you can take precautions and avoid the mistakes that attract flies to your Worcester kitchen. Flies aren’t just a nuisance, they are a health risk and you want to do all you can to keep your home free from these pests.
DATE POSTED: April 30, 2019
Mosquito season is on its way. The typical season for mosquitoes is June to October, but at Big Blue Bug we know that these pests don’t always follow a strict schedule. Now that spring has sprung, we should be prepared for their arrival, whenever that may be.