DATE POSTED: June 17, 2016
The two most feared spiders in the United States are the black widow and the brown recluse, and for good reason. The black widow has venom that can kill you--or at the very least--make you wish you were dead, and the brown recluse has venom that can rot flesh. Neither of these two spiders are pleasant to run into. Fortunately, South Portland and the rest of Maine does not have an indigenous…
DATE POSTED: October 30, 2015
Have you seen more spiders inside your home lately? Have you asked a relative or a friend why those spiders are coming inside or made some guesses on your own? The common belief is that spiders enter homes to escape the cold of winter. Not only is this wrong, it is exceptionally wrong. In today's article, we're going to look at a few things you probably didn't know about house spiders. When we're…
DATE POSTED: April 30, 2015
Spiders are sneaky. I'm willing to bet you probably haven't noticed them taking over your house. It happens slowly--and in high places you don't tend to look. Stop for a moment, and take a walk around. Look closely at the corners near your ceilings. I bet you'll find some spider webs. When you get back, continue on with this article and find out what you can do about those spiders.
DATE POSTED: December 16, 2013
Have you been seeing a lot of spiders in your Worcester and Framingham MA home? If so, you’ve probably been wondering what to do about these arachnids. Spiders in New England can be useful because they are known to eat the insects that may be present inside your home, but if you have a fear of these pests or you are seeing them in great numbers, they can prove to a be a real nuisance.
DATE POSTED: November 6, 2013
Walking into spider webs can be a very frustrating experience. You can’t shake the feeling you have something on your skin, but you can’t see it and you know you could have a spider somewhere on your body. This is one of the most goose-bump raising experiences you can have in your own home and spiders in Massachusetts are known for seeking refuge in relatively undisturbed areas…