Museum Pest Management

The guests at your museum should be people, not pests.


On-staff Entomologists

Your museum is in good hands with the expert knowledge of our on-staff Board Certified Entomologists.

DataPro365™ Customer Portal

Monitoring your treatments, identifying pest trends, and paying your invoices, are all in the palm of your hand.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

We guarantee and stand by our treatments in your museum 100%. Don’t pay until you are fully satisfied!

  • We can take care of both the unique and the common pests at museums
  • Professional disinfecting, scenting services, and more
  • Will help take care of your artifacts and your reputation all at once
Museums in the New England area go back to the early settlers, so it’s safe to say they hold some of our country’s most important artifacts. It’s even more important to keep pests away from your antiquities and your guests in museums in our area. Many times, your artifacts are made from natural materials, so they attract Indianmeal moths and grain beetles. And any antique furniture and rugs are at risk from carpet beetles. If your museum has a restaurant or cafe, it is susceptible to the normal pest pressures like cockroaches and flies. And papers – especially old ones – can be subject to rats and mice and their constant chewing. Cardboard boxes can’t keep them out either. The most important part of pest control services for a museum is Integrated Pest Management solutions. IPM includes many strategies that don’t include treatments to help keep the pests away from your artifacts and your guests. We know that the items in your museum are irreplaceable, and we treat them that way. And even though we are the original pest control company in the area, we are about more than just pests. We can provide you with a window cling after we perform our Waltham UltiClean™ disinfectant treatment so you can show the world you take their health and safety seriously. We can even provide scenting services so your museum has a pleasant scent (or to neutralize garbage smells that can naturally occur). We know what your museum needs.
Pests are not invited to your museum. (800) 768-6109
Don’t forget about the outside of your museum when you’re thinking about the most common pests. Outdoor seating requires different treatments for different pests than your café does. Learn more about the most common pests that can hurt a museum’s guests and its reputation:
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