If it’s small and buzzing, you probably don’t want it hanging around your house – particularly if it’s armed with a stinger. Summer heat means you’ll be seeing the bees or wasps hanging around your home. While these two stinging insects have a lot in common, including belonging to the same order (Hymenoptera), they are very…

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From hi-rise buildings to garden apartments and attached townhomes, property managers of complexes face unique challenges when it comes to condo pest control and infestation maintenance. Indoors and out, you are tasked with ensuring the safety and well-being of residents. Insects, rodents, and wildlife, however, can jeopardize your property and cause serious damage including unsafe…

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We’re making a list and you’ll want to check it twice… Tis’ the season for New England’s pests to exhibit some bad behavior. And unfortunately, the threat of a bag full of coal won’t be enough for them to change their ways. Rodents, stink bugs, and small wildlife take solace in the warmth of your…

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Don’t Let Them In! It’s a line from M. Night Shyamalan’s movie, The Village, but it’s shouted just as often by Massachusetts residents in the fall when they spot stink bugs closing in on windows and doors. When the temperature dips, these slow-moving insects invade the home, seeking access to warmer accommodations. This leaves homeowners…

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As the New England weather turns colder, mice look for new homes that will provide them with the warmth, shelter, and food they need to get through the winter months. Unfortunately, this can drive mice into our homes. While one mouse in the house may not seem like a big deal when you consider that…

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