DATE POSTED: October 27, 2020
As a property owner in Worcester, you already know there are plenty of pests in the area. One pest that is relatively misunderstood is the centipede. Often confused with the millipede, this pest is actually quite different.
DATE POSTED: August 18, 2020
The ideal environment for a centipede is a dark and moist place. Given this, they’ll hang out in laundry rooms, bathrooms, and kitchens to be near tubs, sinks, and drains.
DATE POSTED: December 20, 2019
While not necessarily dangerous to human health, both centipedes and millipedes are obnoxious pests that can be difficult to remove from the home. And these arthropods can signify the presence of predator pests within the home, prompting the need for an immediate inspection.
DATE POSTED: June 14, 2019
You stop dead in your tracks. On your wall (probably staring back at you but you don't know because you can't see any eyes) is a big centipede. How do you respond? With fear? With revulsion? Do you get someone to kill it or do you dispose of it yourself with a wad of toilet paper or paper towel? We all respond differently to the presence of gross bugs. But once the threat has been eliminated, a…
DATE POSTED: January 17, 2019
Are you familiar with the children's rhyme “I know an old lady…”? It goes something like, I know an old lady who swallowed a fly, then she swallowed a spider to catch the fly, then swallowed a bird to catch the spider, and on and on. You might wonder what that has to do with keeping millipedes and centipedes out of your New England home… bear with us.
DATE POSTED: April 10, 2017
Okay. Let's be honest. We're okay with anything that has two legs--for the most part. Four legs is fine too. In fact, some of us probably prefer things with four legs, especially if it is domesticated and sleeps at the foot of our bed. Six legs, yeah, not so much. Definitely not if those six legs allow the critter to climb the wall and run across the ceiling at full speed--that's right cockroaches…