DATE POSTED: October 25, 2019
Winters in New England can be incredibly cold. In Southern Maine, the weather can drop overnight. Suddenly the long afternoon walks through changing leaves turns into movie marathons under a blanket. As we humans start to retreat into the warmth of our homes, so do common pests, especially mice.
DATE POSTED: October 23, 2019
Even if you haven’t heard their name before, you most likely have seen these slim-bodied beetles scrambling across your fence or lying in wait under warm mulch.
DATE POSTED: October 21, 2019
Termites are dangerous and destructive household pests that can level entire homes within years if their populations are large enough. Thankfully, the New England region only regularly deals with one type of these wood-eating insects: subterranean termites.
DATE POSTED: October 18, 2019
Stink bugs may look like the common kissing bug or west conifer seed bug, but these Asia natives are brown, shield-shaped insects with small brown markings on their abdomen. While these insects are more likely to be found in your yard or garden, they can sometimes find their way into your home.
DATE POSTED: October 16, 2019
The ants go marching two by two – straight into your home!
DATE POSTED: October 14, 2019
They want to suck your blood! No, these aren’t the vampires or werewolves from a horror movie, but real-life insects that want nothing more than to feed on you and your family forever.