DATE POSTED: February 28, 2020
The rate at which cockroaches can multiply is staggering. A single female German cockroach, which happens to be the most common type we see in the Portland area, can reportedly reproduce as many as 30,000 cockroaches inside of a single year. You can see how a few roaches can turn into a major infestation, quickly.
DATE POSTED: August 12, 2019
Many people share the opinion that summer is far too short in New England. By the time school starts back up in late August or early September, we know our hot sunny days are numbered. But we’re not the only ones who know it.
DATE POSTED: June 28, 2019
With our seemingly endless winters, Mainers know not to take a moment of summer for granted. However, as wonderful as the summertime is, it is not without its challenges. We may not deal with pests like scorpions or poisonous snakes, but we still have some dangerous pests to contend with. That’s why summer cockroach prevention matters for Maine residents.
DATE POSTED: May 8, 2019
For many Worcester residents, cockroach infestations become a concern during summer when they begin rapidly reproducing and invading in larger numbers. As more and more cockroaches become active and comfortable in the warmth of summer, they will begin seeking sources of food and damp shelter. This can lead them into your Worcester home, which can lead to filth, disease, and bacteria…
DATE POSTED: February 6, 2019
No one wants to find a cockroach in their home. Cockroaches have developed a pretty bad reputation over the years (for many good reasons that we’ll discuss below) and finding one in your home signals that things are not as they should be
DATE POSTED: December 24, 2018
Maine winters bring freezing temperatures and lots of snow, sometimes causing us to think that all the pests are tucked away and won't bother us until spring rolls around. Unfortunately, there are a few pests that remain active all year long.