This winter’s weather has reportedly done a number on the invasive stink bug population.
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It’s February and despite some mild weather recently, there is still snow on the ground. It’s during the winter months that pests can get inside your home.
It may sound crazy but you shouldn’t kill spiders you find in your home. Although many people are afraid of spiders, the majority of species aren’t threats to humans.
It’s a fresh, new year, which means many people are just beginning to embark on their New Year’s resolution journey. While every individual may have their own personal goals, Braman Termite & Pest Elimination encourages homeowners to make a shared commitment to diligent pest-proofing throughout the year.
Braman Termite & Pest Elimination shares tips to keep homes pest-free this holiday season.
Thanksgiving traditionally kicks off the holiday travel season. People make plans to celebrate with relatives and friends, both near and far. The increase in travel during this time brings with it the greater risk of unwanted, hitchhiking pests wreaking havoc: bed bugs.
Rodents are starting to seek shelter in homes now that the weather is getting colder. 40% of all mammals are rodents. So it’s no surprise Pioneer Valley residents are having issues with them coming into their homes.
Once you suspect you may have a bedbug issue — whether because you’ve spotted bites on your body or you saw a bug crawling across the floor — you need to turn your attention to how to get rid of them.
While spiders can be year-round pests, fall is the time of year when they are on the hunt for a warm, secluded place to build a web and catch their next meal.
ermites just might be a homeowner’s worst nightmare. While they’re tiny, they can wreak big-time havoc on your home. In fact, termites alone cause over $5 billion in property damage annually, according to the National Pest Management Association.