DATE POSTED: September 30, 2019
Portland, ME is the perfect place for hiking and outdoor activities due to our nature trails, marshes, pine forests, and rural parkland. Our location offers an environment that not only brings tourists for year-round bird watching but is also an inviting area for wildlife.
DATE POSTED: September 25, 2019
Everyone's eyes widen when they hear the words' bed bugs' uttered. Which is understandable because these bloodsuckers can be scary to deal with and are certainly something that bad dreams are made of and will keep you up at night.
DATE POSTED: August 28, 2019
Every year when summer begins to turn into fall, ticks can become a major issue for homeowners. But it can be easy to let down our guard and stop checking for ticks, under the false assumption that ticks are becoming less active as the weather cools down. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Now is the time of year when ticks become most active as they reach their highest population…
DATE POSTED: July 29, 2019
Finding the larvae of Indian meal moths or saw-toothed grain beetles in your favorite cereal probably isn't on your summer agenda. Despite what you want, however, this is a scenario that happens in South Portland homes every year. These disgusting insects are not known to cause health issues or spread bacteria. But adult pantry pests lay their eggs in food items which can contaminate entire…
DATE POSTED: March 12, 2019
Bed bugs are among the odd insect pests that are typically found in areas where people frequent. Unlike other pests, bed bugs need humans to survive at all. Bed bugs can survive both hot and cold temperatures as it is, but because of the fact that bed bugs tend to live in the areas we live, with heat or air conditioning and a controlled climate indoors, they are able to thrive and feed on our…
DATE POSTED: May 16, 2018
The weather is getting warmer and the snow has melted away, and it is the perfect time for all mice to move out of your South Portland home. While most people believe that when the weather improves mice will just get up and leave on their own, this is simply not true.