Springfield, MA Home Pest Control
We service Springfield 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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Springfield Massachusetts Exterminator, Pest Protection & Termite Inspector
Service area includes:
- Chicopee, MA
- Easthampton, MA
- East Hartford, CT
- East Windsor, CT
- Enfield, CT
- Hartford, CT
- Holyoke, MA
- Manchester, CT
- Northampton, MA
- Pittsfield, MA
- Springfield, MA
- Westfield, MA
- West Hartford, CT
- Windsor Locks, CT
- Windsor, CT
Springfield Pest Control
Why Contact Waltham Pest Services?
We offer professional service in exterminating insects and rodents from your home and business.
- History -
- Waltham Pest Services has been providing winning service in pest control in Massachusetts since 1893.
- Our technicians are trained and have been nationally recognized for their continuing study of the behavior, biology, and control of pest.
- We put to use our own Green Theme belief into all aspects of our services. Our Green Theme belief is that as pest exterminators it is our role to rid your surroundings of pest but at the same time to protect and preserve the environment.
- We use Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to ensure that we reduce the amount of chemicals while effectively removing your insect and rodent problem.
Springfield Pest Control & Protection
Learn more about the pests we treat for:
Springfield Pest Pressure
Springfield, MA, sits along the bank of the Connecticut River and hosts a variety of common pests such as Japanese beetles, chinch bugs, black carpenter ants, tomato hornworms, gypsy moths, and blacklegged ticks. The city experiences warm, humid summers that allow these bugs to breed and grow, while the region's cold winters drive many pests to seek shelter indoors. During the spring and summer, residents may find tomato hornworms eating the leaves of plants in their gardens, as well as brown patches of dead grass in their lawns caused by the grubs of Japanese beetles and chinch bugs. Also a pest of vegetation, the gypsy moth can defoliate trees and even entire swaths of forests.
The City of Springfield is made up of old Victorian homes, many of which are nearly as old as the country itself. Due to the region's humid summers and wet winters, old homes that are not maintained need frequent renovations, which entice colonies of black carpenter ants. The large, black ants chew through rotting timbers and damage the structural supports of vulnerable homes. Springfield also reports a high number of Lyme disease cases in Hampden County due to the presence of blacklegged ticks.