Termites and foam insulation a losing combo

Termites and foam insulation don’t mix, period! The question is why? I’ve been around the pest control block a few times and most moderately experienced builders will tell you that foam board insulation is a problem.  The reason is that termites can eat foam when buried in the soil against the foundation.  This was/is an […]

Ants in Spring: Its kind of normal

Ants in spring are a common call that we get.  In fact, some people call the same exterminator year after year to “kill” these ants.  Yet next year they’re back again.  Here’s a Connecticut pest control secret.  Depending on the weather and time of year the ants your dealing with are likely the same ants […]

Mice inside? Here are some obvious entrances?

Mice inside the home is a common problem especially during the winter.  In fact, its the most popular pest we service from the months of September thru March.  The common question that most people ask is, how are they getting in?  The answer is different with every home, but there are some common places to […]

Mice nesting in foam insulation

Mice nesting in foam insulation can be a real problem.  The reason is that most people just don’t take mice into account when looking to save money on their energy bills. Everyone wants a warm home.  One of the best methods to achieve this goal is to add insulation, in particular foam insulation.  I’ve been […]

Spray for mosquitoes in your yard

Spray for mosquitoes in your yard and you’ll be glad that you did.  If you live in CT or any part of New England then you know 2019 was the year of the mosquito and EEE (eastern equine encephalitis).  We had several deaths and many people were scared by the constant reminder of the necessity […]

Carpenter bee holes in your home

Carpenter bee holes are amazing to look at. If you’ve never seen a carpenter bee hole, they’re perfectly round and about the diameter of a dime. I’ve been in the pest control industry for 25 years and as my career has progressed I’ve begun to realize what a damaging pest carpenter bees actually are. Having carpenter […]