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5 Common Wildlife Problems for Providence Residents

DATE POSTED: September 10, 2019

In an area like Providence, it’s not uncommon for wildlife to come a little too close to human residences, causing problems and headaches for homeowners. While squirrels and raccoons might look cute in a cartoon or at a safe distance, these wild animals can cause problems if they come onto your property or, worse, into your home. 

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5 Interesting Facts About Cockroaches in Worcester

DATE POSTED: September 6, 2019

Cockroaches are unwelcome guests, but the more you know about them, the more you understand why you should fight a cockroach infestation in your Worcester home. Here are five interesting facts about cockroaches.Three different species of cockroach are found in the Worcester area: American, German, and Oriental.German cockroaches are the most common cockroach species in the U.S. One reason…

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We Have Not Seen The Last Of Mosquitoes This Year In Worcester

DATE POSTED: September 5, 2019

Football season has arrived in Worcester, but that doesn’t mean you can let your guard down when it comes to mosquitos. Populations might be dwindling, but these insects will continue to be active through October. That means that all the time you want to spend enjoying a beautiful New England autumn, you may be dealing with mosquitoes.

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Warning Signs Carpenter Bees Leave Behind Around New England Homes

DATE POSTED: August 30, 2019

We worry about the more noticeable wasps or bumble bees building their nests in our trees or under our overhangs, or giving us a painful sting. We take precautions against termites and carpenter ants, so they don’t destroy the wood in our homes. Yet, carpenter bees can be just as dreadful. Not only can they sting, but they can cause damage to our New England homes. 

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Why South Portland Homeowners Trust Big Blue Bug Solutions For Summer Tick Control

DATE POSTED: August 28, 2019

Every year when summer begins to turn into fall, ticks can become a major issue for homeowners. But it can be easy to let down our guard and stop checking for ticks, under the false assumption that ticks are becoming less active as the weather cools down. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Now is the time of year when ticks become most active as they reach their highest population…

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What Can I Do About Wasps, Bees, And Yellow Jackets Around My New England Home?

DATE POSTED: August 26, 2019

There are steps homeowners should take in late summer to mitigate their risk of getting stung, as much as possible. However, when dealing with stinging insects, the best step is to leave it to the professionals. Big Blue Bug Solutions is your answer in New England. We are safer and more effective than DIY methods of removal and more cost-effective, as well.

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