DATE POSTED: December 2, 2013
With Christmas just over 3 weeks away, there is still a lot of preparation that must be done. With all the baking, gift shopping, planning and wrapping that still needs doing, who has time to deal with pests? The New England pest control professionals at Big Blue Bug Solutions do!
DATE POSTED: October 24, 2013
Pest control in Framingham can be a difficult job, especially if you choose to go at it alone. The Framingham exterminators at Big Blue Bug Solutions know that pest control is best managed when you have a year round pest control program on your side. Having annual MA pest control services for your home can be a huge help, especially when dealing with fall pests.
DATE POSTED: September 25, 2013
If you’re like us, the fall weather sends you into the kitchen, creating fall dishes inspired by the season. Pumpkin muffins, apple bread and crock pot soups, stews and chili are all things we’re craving this fall. But when you open the pantry doors and an Indian meal moth flies out, you’ll be surprised how quickly your appetite fades. Dealing with pantry pests like these can…
DATE POSTED: January 24, 2013
New England winters are known for being cold and full of snow. Some even joke that there are two seasons in New England, “winter and the Fourth of July”. But even with the longer spurts of cold weather and the occasional nor’easter, it is important to understand that pests do not go just away in the winter and that pest control services are still necessary even during the coldest…
DATE POSTED: October 4, 2012
The weather across New England is cooling, leaves are turning. It won't be long before ghosts, goblins and other trick-or-treaters are knocking at your door. Unfortunately, they aren't the only ones looking for treats. Fall pests are headed indoors as well in search of food and a warm place to stay over the winter, and if you are not careful, you could be tricked into sharing…
DATE POSTED: August 24, 2012
Often times we associate infestations of rodents as a winter issue because mice and rats are trying to escape from the cold in Rhode Island and Massachusetts as well as elsewhere in New England. And while this is completely true, it does not mean that rodents are not an issue during the summer months as well. As long as there are resources: food, water, and shelter, rodents will have no problem…