Don’t let your home become a refuge for pests seeking shelter from cooling fall temperatures. Put these pest prevention tips into practice today.
Bugs and wildlife can crash your summer camping trip and turn it into a nightmare. Plan ahead to prevent these pests.
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.
Have you ever been lying in bed and looked up to see a spider hanging right above you? The itsy-bitsy spider seems bigger when you see it eye to eyes (most have eight)! 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.
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.
Summer is here. Braman Termite & Pest Elimination, a leading provider of pest management services across southern New England since 1890, is sharing tips from the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) to help protect the public from harmful stinging insects like wasps, yellowjackets and hornets that could be buzzing and nesting nearby.
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.