Pests to Watch Out For This Spring

Eco Systems

The State of Massachusetts is home to a whopping 952 pests. A few of those pests are listed below. Carpenter Ants – Although it may appear that they eat wood like termites, carpenter ants are not able to digest cellulose. Instead, they prefer to eat insects and decaying fruits. Should they decide to invade your home, they will feast on …

NPMA Press Release!

TOP FIVE SIGNS OF A TERMITE INFESTATION Eco Systems Pest Control, Inc. shares red flags that could indicate the presence of a termite infestation New England, USA – This year, Eco Systems Pest Control and the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) are working to spread public awareness about termites. With spring on the horizon, termites will begin swarming and could …

Wood-Destroying Insects

Carpenter Ants and Termites are among the top categories of wood-boring and destroying insects. Their activity can cause serious damage to a home or structure. If the problem goes unnoticed for awhile, thousands of dollars would need to be spent in reparations. This is not a good thing for home owners trying to sell or purchase a home. An important …

There are more than 950 Pests in Massachusetts.

Below is a list of pests we see and provide service on a regular basis coming up here in the spring and summer time: Honey Bee – *DISCLAIMER* We save the honey bees and bring them to a honey bee keeper. These worker, drone, and queen bees are great for our environment. They pollinate fruits and vegetables for human consumption. …

Nuisance Wildlife

Keep an Eye Out for Nuisance Wildlife Eco Systems Pest Control, Inc. shares the lesser-known pests homeowners should be aware of