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Bed Bugs In Restaurants?

Bed Bugs In Restaurants?

Bed bugs – aptly named, because they most often can be found in beds, where people spend about one-third of their entire day.  Which makes sense, because as their primary food source, they want easy, uninterrupted access to their next meal. Ick! Got Creepy Crawlies?  Modern has the solution – GUARANTEED! Learn more about our… Read more »

Modern Pest Services, an Anticimex Company, Acquires PestRx, Expanding Territory into Connecticut

Modern Pest Services, an Anticimex Company, Acquires PestRx, Expanding Territory into Connecticut

Brunswick, ME – January 4, 2018 – Modern Pest Services welcomes PestRx of Northford, CT as the newest member of the Anticimex family.   PestRx was founded in 2004 and is an award winning provider of residential and commercial pest control services in Connecticut. Anthony Giovanni co-owner of PestRx commented about the announcement, “after an exhaustive search… Read more »

Five Tips To A Pest Free Pantry

Five Tips To A Pest Free Pantry

‘Tis the season that we tend to dust off our most coveted recipe cards and scour our pantry’s for those unique seasonal spices and ingredients. As we peak around the spice rack for those seldom used cloves, you may even notice a few unwanted pests lurking in the corners.  Ick! Have no fear!  There are… Read more »

Eight Facts About Torpor and Hibernation

Eight Facts About Torpor and Hibernation

In New England, we are accustomed to seeing the local wildlife prepare for the long cold, harsh winter months ahead.  While some head to warmer climates for the winter, many are storing food and eating everything in sight to fatten up for the winter. Others begin to grow long thick furry coats, look for cozy… Read more »

Don’t Give Pests A Warm Place To Rest! Tips For Firewood Storage

Don’t Give Pests A Warm Place To Rest! Tips For Firewood Storage

New England winters can be harsh, and there is nothing better than a roaring wood fire for relaxing and beating the cold. However, the threat of pests making themselves at home –  in your home – is highly likely, depending on where you’ve stored your firewood. Many pests are attracted to firewood. The most significant… Read more »

What Size Hole Can A Mouse Fit Through?

What Size Hole Can A Mouse Fit Through?

Folks ask us this question, All. The. Time. And who can blame them?  Your home seems pretty snug,  An airtight impenetrable fortress for the most part. Right? Well maybe. Mice and rats have some pretty clever tricks up their sleeves… or erm, paws. Got Creepy Crawlies? Modern has the solution – GUARANTEED! Learn more about our… Read more »

Are There Dangerous Spiders in New England?

Are There Dangerous Spiders in New England?

On the spookiest day of the year, it seems only fitting to discuss one of THE most feared, and dreaded of pests – SPIDERS!!  Maybe it’s the sight of all those extra legs? Or that ominous, creepy “tickle” when they skitter across your skin? Or the invisible wispy webs, that seemingly jump out at your… Read more »

Five Signs You Have Bats!

Five Signs You Have Bats!

Many folks have strong and possibly even mixed emotions about bats.  Some think they are cute, and beneficial for the environment. Others are terrified of bats and view them as evil, disease-ridden vermin. As pest management professionals and lover of creatures big and small, we get it. We might even think they are kind of cute, that… Read more »

Spider Webs: Silken Strands of Mystery

Spider Webs: Silken Strands of Mystery

If you’ve ever walked through a doorway, only to find a spider has decided to build a 3-bedroom condo right at face level, then you are familiar with the enigma (or perhaps the horror, for some) of the spider web. If you’re anything like me, you also discovered a hidden talent know as the“spastic kung-fu… Read more »

Bats: Menacing or Misunderstood?

Bats: Menacing or Misunderstood?

Bats: bloodsucking monsters or harmless creatures of the night? For many of us, picturing a bat is enough to send a chill down your spine. In medieval folklore, bats were associated with villainous vampires and wicked witches, and that reputation has stuck with them for hundreds of years. It has become more ingrained by their… Read more »