Fleas in Winter

Winter in New England typically brings freezing temperatures, icy roads, and snow-covered yards. The frigid conditions certainly mean that fleas aren’t a danger to your pets this season, right? ...

Ants in Winter: Are they a problem?

With surprisingly warm days recently, you may have had the unfortunate luck to see ants or signs of ants pop up in your home. We typically associate ants with warm weather but even during cold ...

How to Get Rid of Silverfish in 5 Steps

Getting Rid of Silverfish Can Be Tricky There’s a reason silverfish have been around for millions of years: they can survive in nearly any climate! Unlike many other pests, which die off or go ...

How that mouse got in your house

This is the time of year that we get the most calls for mouse sightings. Some mice even get as bold as to venture into your home during the day! Sometimes the point of entry is obvious, such as a ...

Benefits of a local exterminator

When homeowners run into a pest problem, there are a few ways they seek out a solution. Whether you ask a friend for a referral or reach out to google for support, most times a local exterminator is ...

Cockroach Treatment: Identification and Prevention

Cockroaches scurrying around in your residence is one of the most unnerving possibilities as a homeowner in New England. With colder weather, the chances of having a ‘roach hide out in the dark, damp ...

Surprising mice facts for homeowners

Fall means rodents. An in the Northeast, Fall means rodents invading your home. For most homeowners, this is not surprising. However, there are some surprising facts about mice we have collected that ...

Cobweb vs Spider Web: What's the difference between them?

Spiders in Springfield, East Longmeadow, Windsor, and Hartford come in two varieties: Web Builders and Hunters. Web Builders, as the name implies, make intricate webs, often in areas with a small ...

Spider Eggs 101

There are a few pests we contend with in colder weather, namely mice, cockroaches, and finally, spiders. As we spend more time indoors because of dropping temperatures, we’re much more likely to ...

Ants in Winter? More possible than you think!

We typically associate ants with warm weather; crawling along the picnic table at the barbecue, or scrounging for crumbs along your kitchen counter. However, carpenter ants can remain active through ...

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