DATE POSTED: December 26, 2014
There is nothing worse than having a pest infest your home--well, except maybe finding a leak in your lifeboat, in shark infested waters. Pests can fill your home with awful smells, plague your family with flu like symptoms, leave disfiguring wounds, damage your home, and poison your food. Here are some of the repeat offenders that roam Framingham.
DATE POSTED: December 30, 2013
With the New Year almost here, thousands of people will make similar resolutions. Working out and dieting are great resolutions that will certainly make you feel better, but why not take this chance to resolve to protect your property, your pets, and your family? Why not resolve to keep your home pest free this year?
DATE POSTED: November 20, 2013
If you’ve ever had bed bugs inside your apartment, you know what a source of anxiety they can be. No one likes the idea of sleeping in their beds and waking up to bed bug bites first thing in the morning. These pests can leave you feeling frustrated and stressed, causing you to lose sleep. But another headache that most people don’t think about when it comes to bed bugs in…
DATE POSTED: October 3, 2013
At Big Blue Bug, our customer service representatives get a lot of calls from concerned folks about pests inside their homes. One of the most common questions we receive is “does it bite?!” If you have insects inside your home, the question on whether or not they bite may be one of your biggest worries, especially if you have young children.
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: September 11, 2013
People are having problems with spiders all over New England. We regularly get calls from folks that are seeing more than their fair share of spiders inside their homes. Luckily there aren’t any poisonous spiders in Rhode Island, but every once in awhile black widow and brown recluse spiders have been brought into the state by travelers. Typically the spiders in Rhode Island that we deal…