DATE POSTED: February 25, 2021
There are many disturbing possibilities when it comes to discovering pest invasions in your Southern Portland, Maine home. Finding them in your food is one of the more unpleasant scenarios, especially when you begin to question how long the infestation has been going on.
DATE POSTED: February 12, 2021
The house mouse is one of the most common home-invading pests in the United States. This furry creature gets its name from its habit of making itself comfortable in the walls of houses. While house mice can be helpful to the environment by reducing the insect population, they are an absolute danger to your home and health. Let's learn more about these pint-sized pests and how they make their way…
DATE POSTED: December 31, 2020
It’s hard to deny: they can sometimes be cute. When a squirrel holds a nut between two tiny paws or bounds along the top of a fence with its big, bushy tail blowing in the breeze, these rodents can be endearing at times. But they’re still rodents.
DATE POSTED: December 24, 2020
Pest control in the colder months isn’t exactly a winter wonderland. Most people don’t even worry about it. “The cold kills the bugs, doesn’t it?” Well, yes. Most of them. But the ones who are smart enough to find shelter somewhere warm might just survive the first frost, and the cold outside makes your home even more attractive to them.
DATE POSTED: December 23, 2020
Portland citizens are a unique crowd. We take pride in our own twist on the East-coast lifestyle, and we blaze our own path. Everyone out here is just a little bit different, but one thing we do have in common is our love for animals. Maybe it’s all the outdoor scenery or the enjoyable climate that allows us to spend quality time with our pets, but a Portland home just doesn’t seem…
DATE POSTED: December 21, 2020
If you knew what the health concerns they bring into your home, you’d be very concerned about roach prevention. So why take a reactionary approach to roaches when you can do something about them ahead of time? Instead of just killing them and throwing them away every time you see one, what if you could keep them out for good?