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a house fly in a south portland home during the holiday season

Why Am I Still Seeing Flies In My South Portland Home This Winter? 

DATE POSTED: December 23, 2019

It’s a misconception that pests only come around in the warm spring and summer months. Many of them are year-round nuisances that must be routinely managed. Most people wouldn’t expect to see flies buzzing around their kitchen in December when temperatures in South Portland can drop below 15º, but flies are actually a common winter pest.

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Earwigs Crawling into Your Ear & Other Myths Portland Residents Worry About

DATE POSTED: December 16, 2019

With cold weather in full swing, there’s no doubt that you noticed insects taking residence in your home. Some insects look terrifying, and the earwig is no exception. This ferocious foe will worry you when you see its huge pincers.  Ease your worries by learning about this creature and how to prevent it from taking over your home.

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a flea infesttaion in a south portland maineling haired pet

Everything You Didn't Know About the Fleas in South Portland

DATE POSTED: November 27, 2019

Those of us who study and are fascinated by fleas and their behavior are in the minority. That is until your beloved pet starts scratching. At that point, you might suddenly become interested. You might be wondering if fleas are harmful to you and how to get rid of them. We’ve got everything you need to know about the fleas in South Portland covered here.

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a mouse infesttaion inside of a portland maine kitchen cupboard

Why The Mice Are Trying To Get Into Your South Portland Home  

DATE POSTED: November 25, 2019

As the last leaves of fall reach the barren ground, mice are looking for a warm, sheltered place to avoid the chill of winter. Your home might just be the perfect hiding spot for mice to seek refuge this season. Not only does your South Portland home offer shelter from the cold, but it also could provide easy access to food sources.

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a small vole creating a big problem on a southern maine property during winter

Voles Are One Pest That Won't Sleep Through The Southern Maine Winter

DATE POSTED: November 22, 2019

During winter, other rodents may try to seek shelter in homes, but not voles. Voles don’t hibernate. They remain active outdoors year-round. Fallen snow hides their underground activity, although, in winter, you might spot vole “runways” between two burrows where the grass is wilted or snow has been walked on.

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