DATE POSTED: June 22, 2017
Ants are a part of most of our everyday lives this time of the year. From seeing ants scurrying along the sidewalk to the occasional little pest crawling on our leg when we are trying to enjoy a bit of sunshine in the yard, ants have become so common that we barely even notice them anymore. We don’t even kick up too much of a fuss when we see one looking desperately for an escape route when…
DATE POSTED: May 29, 2017
Folks who have experienced the heartbreak and expense of having pests in their home will be the first to tell you that the process of removing them can be quite daunting. Pests such as termites, mice, wildlife, and a whole list of others can be very destructive guests to have on the property. Many of which also bring with them disease that can easily transmit to the family living in the home.
DATE POSTED: March 27, 2017
With the arrival of spring come those unsightly tunnels that voles have left in your yard, but are these creatures dangerous to you and your family?
DATE POSTED: March 8, 2017
This is going to be quite a spring. That mild winter we just had is going to make spring pests more abundant. One pest we expect to hear quite a bit about is the carpenter ant. Here are a few things you should know about these little wood biters.
DATE POSTED: September 12, 2016
“The ants go marching one by one” is a common childhood song, but during this time of year for homeowners all across Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, the lyrics should be changed to “The fleas go marching one by one!” That’s right; we are smack dab in the middle of flea season which means that if you are not vigilant, fleas may make their way into your…
DATE POSTED: June 28, 2016
Well, summer has finally arrived, and for those of us in Maine, we understand just how short this season is. We are tempted to ease through these few short weeks with a carefree attitude soaking up as much sun as we possibly can before that inevitable first snowfall in late October or early November. However, we also know that we only have a few short weeks to prepare before that crisp air returns…