By Erica Goodrich The next meeting of the The National Pest Management Association’s Blue Ribbon Bed Bug Task Force will be held Saturday, March, 12th at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C. in conjunction with Legislative Day. Richard Stevenson Jr., co-president and Chief Technical Officer of Modern Pest Services will be attending the meeting along with… Read more »
By Elaine Gammon With the arrival of “Sherlock”, our first bed bug inspection canine, the Modern team is ready to offer canine inspections as part of its bed bug control program. Canine inspections offer customers an innovative approach to early bed bug detection by leveraging the expertise of a trained canine team to inspect rooms… Read more »
By Erica Goodrich J&K Canine Academy located in High Springs, Florida is the “gold standard” in the entomology canine detection field and the only termite and bed bug program in the world with proven results.
By Erica Goodrich Believe it or not, dogs are the latest weapon being used in the fight against bed bugs. Bed bugs are small, oval-shaped, flat insects that can be hard to detect. The nose of a bed bug dog has the ability to sniff out as little as one live bed bug or just… Read more »
By Elaine Gammon Modern Pest Services ended the year on a great note and despite a still sluggish economy, we experienced steady growth and reached many of our business goals. Here are a few highlights from the past year: Modern expands with Wildlife – In March, Modern purchased a wildlife control company and over the course… Read more »
By Elaine Gammon We know bed bugs are nasty pests and if you find them in your home, the first thing you want to do is get rid of them as soon as possible. However, popular, “do-it-yourself” pesticide treatments including bug bombs, repellent sprays, natural oils, and store bought chemical applications are not recommended. In fact, applying pesticides on your… Read more »
By Melissa Hamel The holiday season is upon us! Like many homeowners in Maine and across New England, you’re probably decking the halls, throwing another log on the fire and baking delicious holiday treats as well as anticipating welcoming friends and family into your home to celebrate the joyous season. By following some simple tips… Read more »
By Melissa Hamel In part one of our two part series entitled “Are Bed Bugs Affecting Your Holiday Plans?“, we discussed how bed bugs are disrupting holiday travel plans as well how to avoid picking them up while traveling this holiday season. Now it’s time to focus on what to do to avoid bed bugs that… Read more »
By Melissa Hamel Across the country bed bugs are causing anxiety for folks whose holiday plans include traveling or for those expecting their college student or other traveling family members to visit for the holidays. In this two part series we’ll discuss what you can do to minimize your risk for being affected by bed bugs.
This article, entitled “Bed bug case is isolated and treated”, is taken from “The Colby Echo“, a weekly student newspaper of Colby College in Waterville, Maine. For more information about bed bugs, visit the Modern website. By Luke Brown A recent case of bed bugs found in a Heights suite has been treated and is believed… Read more »