DATE POSTED: June 17, 2019
Everyone is busy and ready to enjoy all the fun that summer brings with the warmer temperatures. But we’re not the only ones out enjoying the warm weather. While you sit on your back porch, enjoying a refreshing drink and perhaps some barbecue, pests threaten to invade your fun festivities. They can be a nuisance in more ways than just buzzing around being irritating you and your family or…
DATE POSTED: June 13, 2018
Everyone looks forward to summer and all the outdoor fun it brings. From Memorial Day parades to backyard BBQ’s, pool parties, graduations, weddings, and more, summer is such an exciting and enjoyable time. Unfortunately, summer also brings with it summertime pests like ants, mosquitoes, and roaches. While we often just think of these pests as an annoyance, they can actually be far more…
DATE POSTED: June 11, 2015
It happens every year, so it is only logical to assume that it will happen again this year. Bed bug infestations always increase in the summer. Here are some of the ways summer will increase your chances of getting bed bugs.
DATE POSTED: July 7, 2014
Summer time is here! Who’s ready to finally get out there and enjoy the warm weather? There are so many fun activities to do during the summer months. Taking your family and friends on a picnic is a great way to get out and enjoy a warm summer day. Don’t let those summer pests ruin a great picnic day! There are a few common pests that seem to want to crash the average picnic.
DATE POSTED: June 19, 2014
Ah yes, it’s that time of year again. Summer, also known as mosquito season has finally arrived in New England. It has many of us wondering just how bad these blood thirsty pests are going to be this year.
DATE POSTED: March 20, 2014
The one subject that is consistent in coffee shops throughout most of the United States is that this year has served us a very harsh winter with record snowfall and sub zero temperatures. Residents of MA and RI have certainly had their share of unusually cold temperatures. The most common explanation for the severity of this winter is summed up with the phrase “polar vortex”.