DATE POSTED: February 8, 2021
If you love the variety of four distinct seasons, the allure of New England town life, and the excitement of the city, Worcester might just be the place for you. From the Worcester Art Museum to the Hanover Theater and Bancroft Tower, our city has plenty of attractions to keep you entertained, without being so big that it loses its small-town charm. Unfortunately, with the frigid winters in…
DATE POSTED: November 18, 2020
To start, they can contaminate everything they touch thanks to their traveling and feeding habits. German cockroaches are known to dine on human and roach feces among other disgusting materials, which allows them to collect pathogens and bacteria on their body.
DATE POSTED: April 10, 2020
If you're seeing these roaches and you have questions, we have some answers for you. Here is a quick guide to the Oriental cockroach.
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: 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: 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