Commercial facilities offer an appealing environment for pests. We offer warning signs of a possible infestation at your facility.
Homes are often considered to be the biggest investment a person can make in their lives, but for business owners, it’s critical to protect the investment in your company. The presence of pests and rodents at a place of business can affect the way customers view a company and pose serious threats to the health of employees and customers.
Some of the best summer memories are made while spending time with family and friends at backyard barbecues and celebrations. However, an invasion of pesky pests such as mosquitoes, ants, flies and stinging insects can quickly put a damper on outdoor activities.
Often considered the number one nuisance pest, ants are annoying at best and, with more than 700 types of ant species in the United States, can pose serious health risks and cause significant damage at their worst.
If you are like many people, it just isn’t the holiday season until your home has been adorned with twinkling lights, wreaths, trees and family-favorite items of décor.
The holiday season is nigh, which means families will be spending a lot of time cooking and baking in the kitchen. When digging through your cabinets and storage for baking necessities, like cookie cutters and containers of flour, make sure to leave unwanted “pantry pests” out of the mix.
The days and nights are beginning to warm, and with the help of April showers, the outdoors in New England are coming back to life. Unfortunately, this also means an increase in one of the most prevalent pests – ants.
The arrival of spring not only provides a fresh start for you, but for a range of undesirable springtime pests such as ants, termites, mice and fruit flies.
A few weeks ago we wrote about the many impacts of the mild winter and early spring and said we would touch base soon about what it means if you see carpenter ants in your home in early April. Carpenter ants will gradually begin to emerge from their dormant state, and when they do, they will be hungry.