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You Have Ants Hiding in Your Home... But Where?

Common Ant Hideouts Where do ants like to hide?

7 Ways to Get Rid of Ants in the Garden

Get Rid of Ants in the Garden: Are Ants a Threat to Your Plants? Now that milder temperatures are finally here, many people across New England have starting tending to their outdoor gardens. Between ...

When to Call an Exterminator for Ants

Carpenter Ants in the Home: When to Call an Exterminator In many homes across New England, spring marks the return of carpenter ants. Most of us are used to seeing the occasional ant or two in our ...

Swarming Termites Vs. Swarming Ants: How to Tell the Difference

Pests to Watch for When It Rains

April Showers Bring May… Insects? Rain and Pest Problems

Winter Pest Control Tips for New England Homeowners

As temperatures plummet across New England and winter sets in, the last thing anyone wants is to share their cozy space with unwanted pests. The cold weather often drives pests indoors in search of ...

Where Do Different Pests Go in the Winter?

Winter and Pest Activity Ever wondered where common insects and pests go once the weather gets cooler? Do they grab a hat, coat and mittens and find a place to hide amongst us? We’ll walk you through ...

Ice Dams and the pest problems they cause

What’s the Deal with Ice Dams? Winter is well underway in New England, and most of us are worried about school delays, slippery commutes, and scraping off our frozen cars. One problem that some ...

Home Exterior Solutions to Keep Pests Out

It’s the first days of Fall in Western Massachusetts and Northern Connecticut. This means it’s time to prepare your home for the changing of seasons. While there are some obvious measures you’ll need ...

Fall pest forecast: Ants, spiders, and mice

There is a pretty common misconception that cooler weather means fewer pest problems. This is only true for certain types of pests, such as wasps and ticks. As we’ve discussed previously, pest ...

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