Trumbull CT Home Pest Control

We service Trumbull homes and businesses from our Milford, CT branch located at 158A Research Drive, Milford, CT 06460.
Phone: (888) 970-5170
Fax: (203) 876-7609

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Trumbull Connecticut Exterminator, Pest Protection & Termite Inspector
(888)-970-5170
Service area includes:

  • Ansonia, CT
  • Bristol, CT
  • Derby, CT
  • East Haven, CT
  • Greenwich, CT
  • Hamden, CT
  • Meriden, CT
  • Middletown, CT
  • Milford, CT
  • Naugatuck, CT
  • New Britain, CT
  • Southington, CT
  • Stamford, CT
  • Stratford, CT
  • Torrington, CT
  • Waterbury, CT
  • Wallingford, CT
  • Winsted, CT

Trumbull Pest Control Service

Why Contact Waltham Pest Services?

At Waltham Pest Services you’ll find professional pest control solutions that are kind to the environment yet highly effective in removing insects and rodents such as carpenter ants and bed bugs from your home or business.

History -
Since 1893 Waltham Pest Services has been your winning team in pest control for Trumbull and all of New England.
Training-
Our technicians are trained and have been nationally recognized for their continuing study of the behavior, biology, and control of pest.
Eco-friendly-
We incorporate our Green Theme into all aspects of our services. Our Green Theme belief is that our role as Trumbull exterminators is to rid your surroundings of unwanted pests but at the same time protect and preserve the environment.
IPM-
Our use of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) insures that we reduce the amount of chemicals while effectively removing your pest and rodent problem.

Trumbull Pest Control & Protection

Learn more about the pests we treat for

Trumbull Pest Pressure

Residents of Trumbull, CT, face numerous pest issues throughout the year, most of which coincide with seasonal changes. For instance, in the fall, rats and mice enter homes seeking protection from the elements. Once inside, they contaminate stored foods, cause structural damage with their gnawing habits, and spread diseases. Conversely, mosquito populations grow rapidly during warm, humid summers. Local mosquitoes are known carriers of West Nile virus and Eastern Equine Encephalitis.

The Connecticut Department of Health estimates that nearly 30,000 cases of Lyme disease are reported in the state each year. The disease is typically transmitted by black-legged ticks and is debilitating when left untreated. Residents can take precautions to reduce the spread of Lyme disease, including keeping high grasses mowed and examining themselves and pets before returning indoors after hiking.