It’s starting to look and feel like winter and with the colder temperatures some unwelcomed guests may try to work their way into your home.
With freezing temperatures, ice, and a few more inches of snow, pest experts are warning homeowners that wildlife is seeking shelter.
Since many of these critters may carry rabies or diseases, we recommend contacting a pest professional for assistance, rather than risking your—or your customer’s—health by trapping them on your own.
Most of western Massachusetts has dipped into the 20s, and that means the risk for mosquito-borne disease is near zero. That includes a dropping risk for West Nile Virus in addition to EEE.
Trick creatures of all shapes and sizes will be adorning homes this Halloween but their real counterparts might not be such a treat.
Bats, rats and spiders may make the perfect holiday decorations, but their real-life counterparts are no treat for homeowners. They don’t ring the doorbell before trying to come in, but by taking a few steps of prevention, you can lock them out and keep your fall nightmare-free.
We still have some warmer days ahead, but the risk for EEE and West Nile Virus is quickly diminishing as we get deeper into the fall season.
If your industry is subject to third party audits for pest control, see how we make it part of our business to stay on top of the requirements for your business.
Recently, you may have noticed some fairly big brown bugs trying to get into your home.
Cooler nights and days may attract rodents to your home, but there are steps to take to stop that from happening.