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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 »

Is that a Stink bug or a Western Conifer Seed Bug in my house?

Is that a Stink bug or a Western Conifer Seed Bug in my house?

Autumn – this is the time of year you can find everything flavored in pumpkin spice. Meanwhile, apples are being picked, foliage is peeped and weird bugs are sneaking into your house. That’s right, it is also the time when many pests start seeking shelter for the winter. You may have noticed infestations of ladybugs… Read more »

Fall Steps to Prevent Winter Pests

Fall Steps to Prevent Winter Pests

We all know what’s coming, but many of us are still in denial. The morning temperatures have steadily been dropping. Snowbirds are abandoning the region in droves, flocking to warmer climates like Florida and the Carolinas. Pumpkin spice is popping up on menus and store shelves everywhere. Folks across New England are beginning to don… Read more »

Five Back-To-School Pests To Watch For

Five Back-To-School Pests To Watch For

That’s right.  It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Back-To-School season is upon us, as the last dog days of summer are squeezed in amongst barbeques and school supply shopping. Cooler fall weather is right around the corner, with the expectation that with it, many summer pests that plagued our picnics and homes will… Read more »

Cluster Flies: Why Managing Them NOW Is Critical.

Cluster Flies: Why Managing Them NOW Is Critical.

Have you ever come home to what seemed like a house full of dead flies all over the window sills – in the dead of winter!?  If that has happened to you, then you have experienced a cluster fly infestation. Fortunately, this is not your common icky house fly. You know, the gross ones that… Read more »

Is Pest Control Safe For My Family and Pets?

Is Pest Control Safe For My Family and Pets?

As parents to kids and furbabies, alike, we often go to great lengths to ensure their health and safety.  For the children, we buy the best absorbent diapers, car seats, safety gates and organic foods. We make sure the pets are groomed, walked and never left in hot cars.  Regular visits to the vets and… Read more »

The Do’s and Don’ts of DIY Wasp Control

The Do’s and Don’ts of DIY Wasp Control

Dealing with a wasp nest is no joke. Not that you probably need convincing. These angry little buggers are well known to be fierce, territorial and frankly quite painful to encounter. Yet rather than leave it to a professional – many still opt to face these ill-tempered creatures head on. Let’s just say they like… Read more »

Pest-Proofing Your Summer BBQ

Pest-Proofing Your Summer BBQ

The biggest birthday bash in the country is coming up, and roughly ⅔ of the nation will attend — on July 4th, America is turning 241! This upcoming weekend has historically been the top in sales of 3 things: hot dogs, beer and fireworks; proving that no one throws a party like the good ole US of… Read more »

Ticks & Powassan Virus: What You Need To Know

Ticks & Powassan Virus: What You Need To Know

If you’ve been enjoying the outdoors, like many New Englanders do, during our short summer months, then you may have noticed that tick populations have been on the rise in recent years.  And to everyone’s dismay, that means cases of tick-transmitted disease have also been increasing. Most folks seem to be aware of or even… Read more »

What Does A Pest Professional Do In My Home When I’m Gone?

What Does A Pest Professional Do In My Home When I’m Gone?

Great question and this is something we all truthfully think about when someone (a stranger, no less) is in our house, and we’re not there. Are they looking through my drawers?  Did I leave money on the counter?  Just the thought of a stranger in our home with access to all of our personal belongings… Read more »