Glastonbury CT Home Pest Control
We service Glastonbury homes and businesses from our Agawam, MA branch located at 630 Silver Street Unit 2A, Agawam, MA 01001.
Phone: (800) 752-1015
Fax: (508) 862-0685
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Glastonbury Connecticut Exterminator, Pest Protection & Termite Inspector
Service area includes:
- Chicopee, MA
- East Hartford, CT
- East Windsor, CT
- Enfield, CT
- Farmington, CT
- Hartford, CT
- Manchester, CT
- Mansfield, CT
- Newington, CT
- Springfield, MA
- Torrington, CT
- Westfield, MA
- West Hartford, CT
- Windsor Locks, CT
- Windsor, CT
Glastonbury Pest Control
Why Contact Waltham Pest Services?
We offer exceptional service in removing insects, rodents and other problem animals from your home and business.
- History -
- ince 1893 Waltham Pest Services has been giving you winning service in pest control.
- Our technicians are trained and have been nationally recognized for their continuing study of the behavior, biology, and control of pest.
- We incorporate our Green Theme into all aspects of our pest control services and firmly believe that our role as pest exterminators is to rid your home or business of pest infestations but at the same time protect and preserve the environment.
- Our use of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) insures that we reduce the amount of chemicals while effectively removing your pest and rodent problem.
Glastonbury Pest Control & Protection
Learn more about the pests we treat for:
Glastonbury Pest Pressure
Residents of Glastonbury, CT, often encounter pest problems such as those caused by bed bugs, rodents, and mosquitoes. Bed bugs can be unknowingly carried from place to place on clothing and furniture and are notoriously difficult to get rid of because their populations increase quickly. Although bed bugs do not spread disease, they inflict irritating bites and are generally aggravating. Individuals dealing with bed bug infestations often have restlessness or sleepless nights.
Other common Glastonbury pests include mice, rats, and mosquitoes. They are responsible for spreading dangerous diseases such as Hantavirus, Eastern Equine Encephalitis and West Nile virus. The warm, humid summer weather of the region cultivates perfect environments for mosquitoes to breed. Conversely, the cold New England winters drive rodents to seek shelter in houses, where they quickly create health hazards for residents.