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: March 20, 2020
As wildlife increases, it is important that you know what they're looking for on your property. Whether they are animals that enjoy the day or animals that enjoy the nightlife, you don't need them in your yard.
DATE POSTED: March 11, 2020
While springtime can bring a lot of exciting activities and a relief from the cold, it can also bring pests. It won't be long before you start noticing bugs around such as mosquitos, ants, ticks, and more. While pests can be a problem year-round, there are certain pests that are more common in the spring.
DATE POSTED: March 9, 2020
Termites can be some of the most difficult pests to encounter because they can go unnoticed until they’ve already done a good deal of damage to your home or business. However, there are some signs you can look out for to catch these pests early.
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 26, 2020
The northeastern United States is famous for a great many things. One of those things, unfortunately, is the Indian meal moth. The Indian meal moth is one of the more common species of moths, particularly in the northeastern part of the United States.