DATE POSTED: March 25, 2020
There are few animals in the world that are as interesting as cockroaches. Their ability to survive without a head for seven days or to live through a global thermonuclear war are just two of the many fun facts you can learn about them. But there is nothing fun about having cockroaches in your Southern Maine home! Today, we're talking about one species of cockroach in particular. It is called the…
DATE POSTED: October 9, 2019
As cockroaches scurry and hide, they can contaminate food sources and cause expensive food waste. While over-the-counter DIY sprays and traps can temporarily provide relief, the only way to stomp out all the cockroaches in your Worcester home is with the help of Big Blue Bug Solutions.
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…
DATE POSTED: July 5, 2019
If you’ve seen cockroaches around your Worcester kitchen, it’s time to call Big Blue Bug Solutions. Cockroach infestations can be dangerous, and kitchens are a common target of cockroaches. Professional cockroach treatment from Big Blue Bug Solutions is the safest solution for an active cockroach infestation.
DATE POSTED: August 9, 2018
In the restaurant industry, one false move can mean the difference between success and ruin. Well, there is nothing that can destroy the reputation of your business faster than word of a cockroach infestation! With the popularity of social media and online review sites nowadays, it only takes one negative customer review to catch the attention of others and ruin the reputation of your business…
DATE POSTED: September 13, 2017
When you think of homes with a cockroach infestation you probably think of filthy city dwellings – but the reality is, cockroaches live anywhere they find access to food, shelter, and water. They are more than just an unwanted nuisance, cockroaches can transmit diseases like E. coli and salmonella to humans and contaminate food. They rarely come out during the day, unless you have such a…