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.
DATE POSTED: April 29, 2019
If you’ve ever sat down to eat dinner only to have a fly repeatedly land on your plate, you understand how annoying house flies can be. They are not content to stay out of your way. Instead, they like to buzz around your head, land on your food, walk across your counters, and dash off the second you try to squish them.
DATE POSTED: September 7, 2018
We often think of flies as nothing more than annoying pests. Somehow they get into our New England homes, buzz around our heads, show up when we’re eating dinner, and are nearly impossible to squash. Because they’re such nuisances, it is easy to forget that, in certain circumstances, they can be more than a simple annoyance; they can be harmful.
DATE POSTED: August 21, 2018
That annoying buzzing sound in your ears. That unpleasant feeling when they land on you. Do any of these things ring a bell? That’s right, we're talking about flies! If you live in Southern Maine, it’s likely that you’ve encountered a number of flies throughout the summer.