DATE POSTED: August 4, 2020
However, all can spread disease because they can carry germs on their bodies. When they come in contact with surfaces and food, they can contaminate them. This is a huge threat to human health, especially since ants reproduce at a rapid rate.
DATE POSTED: October 16, 2019
The ants go marching two by two – straight into your home!
DATE POSTED: March 14, 2018
It’s just about that time of the year when all kinds of pests start crawling out of the woodwork (quite literally in some situations). All of those annoying bugs have been missing-in-action since winter began, but don't celebrate just yet. Ant season, in particular, is rapidly approaching, and soon residents of Attleboro will be seeing a lot more of those annoying, destructive pests. Why…
DATE POSTED: December 15, 2015
No one ever sang this song. Ever! Because finding bugs in your Christmas decorations is not a subject to celebrate, and certainly not an event to write a song about. If you have ever hauled taped-up, cardboard boxes in from the shed or garage, or perhaps down from the attic, and were surprised to find bugs inside, we're sure you did not feel like singing--maybe yelling and being thoroughly grossed…
DATE POSTED: March 9, 2015
Having an ant infestation in your home is never pleasant. Ants are a plain nuisance. They can contaminate the food in your pantry and destroy property. Once you have spotted one ant in your home, it is likely that there are many more. Ants live in colonies of thousands and can adapt and invade your home quickly. With spring time approaching, it is important to be prepared for these pests. Spring…
DATE POSTED: June 5, 2014
Ants inside your home can be a huge problem in the summer. Just one or two ants here or there aren’t a serious problem- well, that is until they tell all their friends about all the great food that can be found in your house! When you have just a couple of ants in your home, there is a good chance that a full blown ant infestation is not far behind. What can be done to prevent ants in your…