DATE POSTED: June 22, 2020
It’s almost that time of year again. With winter behind us, Maine is getting ready for a new challenge, pest season. Mosquitoes will once again be out in yards biting people, ants will be crawling through homes stealing food, and stink bugs will be out and about, well, stinking. If stink bugs caused problems for you around your home last year, you can be certain they will be back with a…
DATE POSTED: June 19, 2020
Not only did they believe earwigs got into ears, they believed they could get to people’s brains and cause death. Thank goodness this has been long proven to be incorrect. The question is, how dangerous are earwigs really? Can they kill you, or are they no more than a harmless household pest?
DATE POSTED: June 17, 2020
You can probably tell an ant from a spider or a fly, but can you tell them apart from one another. In America alone, there are nearly 1,000 species of ants. Some are dangerous, others are destructive, but all are a nuisance when inside homes. As hard as it can be to tell ants apart, we are here to help.
DATE POSTED: June 15, 2020
If yellow jackets worked out, a lot, they would start looking like cicada killers. Cicada killers are huge! If you have never seen one of these wasp behemoths, you are lucky. Unfortunately, you are likely to see them soon. As we head into summer, cicada killers will be all over Connecticut, and if you get unlucky, you may find some settling down in your yard.
DATE POSTED: June 9, 2020
What we want to know today is how are raccoons causing trouble for you around your Worcester property? Are they getting into areas where they don’t belong? Are they digging through your trash while you sleep? Do you suspect they are starting a family in your shed? Whatever it is, we are here to help. Here is everything you need to know about coons.
DATE POSTED: June 5, 2020
Have you ever walked up to a body of water and seen leeches swimming around in it? Just the sight of them is enough to prevent most people from getting in. If this was what it was like for ticks, most people would never go outside. Why? Because ticks are everywhere.