While the fall season is all about foliage, plaid, and the arrival of pumpkin coffee at Dunkin’ Donuts for us in New England, to many pests the fall season signals the need to find a warm place to spend the winter. If you have not already pest proofed your home for fall pests, now is the time that you may begin to have problems with spiders, cockroaches, and rodents. The good news is that it is not too late to implement pest prevention strategies now to prevent future pest problems later this fall and into the winter months.
By Melissa Hamel Although the recent snow fall has been well received by those who enjoy skiing, snowmobiling and other outdoor winter activities, it has left mice, squirrels, and other rodents out in the cold and scrambling for warmth and shelter. If you are suddenly hearing the pitter-patter of little feet in your walls or ceilings,… Read more »