Serving local businesses since 1893, we are New England’s most experienced pest management provider. Our Board Certified Entomologists on staff implement the latest technology in the industry, allowing us to provide environmentally responsible solutions for your facility.
In addition to physical logbooks, we will provide you with an online dashboard where you can pay your bills as well as eliminate human error while taking advantage of pest data and trends for a more proactive approach to your pest control. Get more details here.
We know your reputation is important, which is why we’ll work with you to schedule visits at the best times for discreet treatment applications. We will work around your schedule to treat when it will be less disruptive to your patients and your staff.
The healthcare industry is especially sensitive to pest infestations because licenses and funding are always at stake. And nothing is more important than keeping up with the stringent sanitizing and disinfecting standards. Bed bugs are a common pest in healthcare facilities and our Waltham Canine Bed Bug Detection Service can help detect them early before there’s a serious infestation. And nobody wants to see a cockroach in their hospital. And we can also provide bioremediation services for your floor drains. In addition, our scenting services can help neutralize foul odors that may occur in areas of your hospital and even help fill spaces with a calming scent. Waltham understands how to comply with state and federal regulations — delivering prevention, education, ongoing pest maintenance, as well as the option to disinfect your facility with Waltham® UltiClean™. We are the experts with Board Certified Entomologists behind us to handle all the details so you can get back to providing outstanding patient service.
“I worked in a doctors office in Weymouth and we were seeing mouse droppings in our kitchen. We called Waltham Pest Services and they had a sales representative, Dan R come out immediately. He walked throughout the entire office pointing out holes and what to do on our end to prevent them continuing to come in.”