DATE POSTED: November 17, 2016
Part of the great American dream for most is that day when all of the hard work finally pays off and you sign that dotted line for your first home. Becoming a homeowner brings with it a huge sense of accomplishment, and rightfully so. Once you have made it to that place where you truly have somewhere to call home, you want to do everything that you can to protect it. You rake leaves, paint trim…
DATE POSTED: March 22, 2016
Are you aware that there is a termite season here in Massachusetts? Yup.
DATE POSTED: February 24, 2016
If you've been considering termite protection for your home, it is important to understand what "real" termite protection looks like. While new termite infestations do not happen during winter in our coverage area, that doesn't mean we should not protect homes all year long. Not simply because infestations could happen earlier or later than expected, like in our flood example above; but also…
DATE POSTED: March 23, 2015
As a homeowner, there is nothing more important than learning what pests destroy your home and what preventative measures you can take. I've compiled the three worst home wreckers in order of importance and thrown in some tips on how to keep them from eating away at your equity.
DATE POSTED: February 19, 2015
On a cold New England night, when the snow swirls around outside, there is nothing nicer than to relax by a glowing fireplace and sip on a cup of something warm. The sound of crackling. The soft amber light. There is something about a warm winter fire that soothes the bones. But storing and using cut wood can also add some complications to your life. Wood can harbor insects, and those insects can…
DATE POSTED: August 4, 2014
Wood destroying insects, like termites, can become a serious problem for both home and business owners alike. The problem with these pests is that they are often easily overlooked inside a structure, even when minor signs of their presence become obvious. Although termites are tiny, they have voracious appetites, which has them feeding on the wood in your structure 24 hours a day, 7 days a week…