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5 Common Misconceptions About Bed Bugs in South Portland

DATE POSTED: February 24, 2020

Bed bugs are a very real threat. We’ve all heard horror stories on the news about people traveling, staying in a hotel, and experiencing a bed bug infestation. With the holidays coming, this is a real problem that everybody needs to take seriously

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How Dangerous Are The Yellow Sac Spiders In New England?    

DATE POSTED: February 18, 2020

The thing to remember about yellow sac spiders is that they’re very good at hiding. Not only that, but because they only emerge for feeding at night while we are asleep, an infestation can go unnoticed for long periods of time. The best thing you can do to protect your home from these sneaky pests is to contact the professionals at Big Blue Bug Solutions.

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Are The Bats Around Providence Dangerous?

DATE POSTED: February 14, 2020

Providence is home to many large, older houses that evoke a certain irresistible charm. Our quaint aesthetic and massive spaces aren’t only irresistible to potential homeowners, but also to one of the area’s most common pests: bats. 

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Worcester Homeowner's Comprehensive Rodent Prevention Guide

DATE POSTED: February 12, 2020

Finding rodents in your home is never fun. Whether you encounter rats or mice, you will struggle with getting rid of them. These elusive pests are very hard to track down and eliminating them could take weeks or even months of concentrated effort.

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Spotting A Grain Beetle Problem In Your Worcester Cupboards

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.

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