DATE POSTED: October 29, 2019
In New England, fall is one of the prettiest seasons for residents and tourists alike. However, for resident yellow jackets, fall is a time of survival and extra aggression. Fall is the last chance of life for a yellow jacket, so its determination to find food makes it extremely aggressive toward anyone who tries to get in its way.
DATE POSTED: October 21, 2019
Termites are dangerous and destructive household pests that can level entire homes within years if their populations are large enough. Thankfully, the New England region only regularly deals with one type of these wood-eating insects: subterranean termites.
DATE POSTED: October 18, 2019
Stink bugs may look like the common kissing bug or west conifer seed bug, but these Asia natives are brown, shield-shaped insects with small brown markings on their abdomen. While these insects are more likely to be found in your yard or garden, they can sometimes find their way into your home.
DATE POSTED: October 9, 2019
As cockroaches scurry and hide, they can contaminate food sources and cause expensive food waste. While over-the-counter DIY sprays and traps can temporarily provide relief, the only way to stomp out all the cockroaches in your Worcester home is with the help of Big Blue Bug Solutions.
DATE POSTED: October 7, 2019
Summer has come to an end in Portland and the rest of New England. No more extreme heat. The humidity has gone down. Bugs are finally gone… right? Actually, fall can be prime time for certain pests. Many pests become more active during the fall as they search for a warm place to wait out the winter.
DATE POSTED: September 19, 2019
Have you seen bats flying around your home in Providence? Have you heard squeaking and scratching noises that sound like they are coming from your attic or possibly from behind your walls? Did you smell urine on hot days this summer? If you answered yes to any of those questions, there’s a chance that you've got a bat infestation.