DATE POSTED: April 11, 2019
There are many species of spiders in the world, about 40,000! That may not be your most favorite fact to learn, but the good news is that we live in an area that doesn’t include all of those species. In fact, we’ve narrowed down the most common spiders we see enter New England homes to just three.
DATE POSTED: April 5, 2019
You should be worried if you’re seeing flying termites around your home. The termites you’re seeing could be coming from a colony that has already infested your property, or they could be landing to start a new colony and settle in right near your home. Either way, the structure of your home is in danger, which means your safety is, too. If you’re seeing flying termites, we…
DATE POSTED: April 3, 2019
Many of us here in Worcester feel a lot more alive and energetic when the days get warm and sunny after several months of cloudy skies and frosty weather. The same is true for pests such as wasps. No one wants a wasps nest threatening their security, which is why it is important to take steps to prevent wasps from deciding to nest on your property.
DATE POSTED: March 28, 2019
Mosquitoes will soon return to New England yards and pools as the snow melts and warmer weather prevails. As the ground thaws and the sun shines and starts to warm up the air, eggs that mosquitoes laid in the fall will start to hatch. There are steps you can take to protect your yard from mosquitoes year-round. You’ll want to know what attracts mosquitoes and how to prevent them in your New…
DATE POSTED: March 26, 2019
When spring is arriving, we would all rather ignore the fact that spring weather also means spring pests. However, with as many issues pests can bring to homes, it is not wise to ignore the pest problems you might face when the temperatures begin to get warmer. It is important to understand and be aware of the problems and nuisance factors spring pests can bring this year, and what you can do to…
DATE POSTED: March 22, 2019
You might think of insulation as a way to control the temperature of your home. It helps to keep it cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Did you know that insulation can do so much more than that? Pest control insulation can keep homeowners protected as pest issues mount in the spring and summer in the South Portland area. It helps keep rodents and other pests at bay and helps you save…