DATE POSTED: March 8, 2021
Although there are flies that do bite such as horse flies and deer flies, the flies you will most likely see in your home do not bite. Instead, they threaten us by spreading harmful contaminants to the various surfaces and food in our home.
DATE POSTED: October 14, 2020
However, while each species of fly looks and behaves slightly differently, they can all be dangerous because of their ability to spread disease-causing pathogens.
DATE POSTED: July 20, 2020
Flying insects are arguably the most annoying ones there are. They always buzz around and ruin a good meal by landing on it. And they’re hard to kill. While they can agitate you, that isn’t the worst of it. Flies are major carriers of illnesses and germs. There are multiple kinds all over the world. By studying up on the common types in Portland, you’ll be prepared to protect…
DATE POSTED: March 27, 2020
The blow fly, also referred to as the bottle fly, is a pretty fly, as flies go. But don't let the pretty, metallic color dazzle you into thinking that these flies are good to have around. Blow flies are dirty insects. Here are a few things you should know about them.
DATE POSTED: July 9, 2019
Fleas are invading lawns across New England this time of year and they are difficult to treat alone. Those hopping, tiny pests are elusive and resistant to many treatments. Professional flea treatment is not only effective but is far superior to DIY methods
DATE POSTED: May 7, 2019
Summer arrives and with it comes flies. Fortunately, you can take precautions and avoid the mistakes that attract flies to your Worcester kitchen. Flies aren’t just a nuisance, they are a health risk and you want to do all you can to keep your home free from these pests.