Spring is finally here, but the nicer weather brings spring allergies to Maine. Is the pollen from Maine trees like oak, ash and willow making you sneeze, cough, get a runny nose, itchy or watery eyes, or dark circles under your [...]
Blog :: 05-2013
With proper care and maintenance, you can keep common Maine bugs from harming you and your loved ones and damaging your property.
The first mosquito, beetle, or black fly you see is often a sign of spring. These are some safe and environmentally friendly ways to keep them and other pests away: bed bugs, flies, fleas and ticks, ants, [...]
Many Maine camping spots offer Memorial Day weekend travelers amazing views of wildlife, forests, and other scenery.
Cabins and Cottages
For cabins, try coastal resorts, and don't forget parks and ski areas.
Many sporting camps are members of the Maine Sporting Camp Association.
Most islands and coastal communities have rental cottages. Real estate firms or large rental agencies often handle these [...]
Buying your first home can seem like a daunting, and often intimidating task. There are so many things to consider that you might never think of. Luckily, there are a number of excellent resources for first-time home buyers in [...]
If you own a summer camp in Maine, you may have closed it up for the winter, but now is the time to prepare it for the warmer months to come. There are a number of steps to take to make sure it will be ready in time for [...]