East Lyme CT Home Pest Control

We service East Lyme homes and businesses from our New London, CT branch located at 368 Broad Street, New London, CT 06320.

Phone: (888) 970-5170
Fax: (508) 862-0685

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

  • Essex, CT
  • Groton, CT
  • Ledyard, CT
  • Lyme, CT
  • Montville, CT
  • New London, CT
  • Norwich, CT
  • Old Saybrook, CT
  • Salem, CT
  • Waterford, CT
  • Westbrook, CT

East Lyme Pest Control

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 providing exceptional service in pest extermination to East Lyme and rest of New England as well as upstate New York.
Training-
We are supported by a talented team of pest control technicians who are highly trained and nationally recognized for their continuing education on the behavior, biology, and control of pests.
Eco-friendly-
Our Green Theme belief is that as pest exterminators it is our job to rid your surroundings of insects and rodents but at the same time to serve the environment by protecting it.
IPM-
With the help of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) you can rest ensured that we use the least amount of chemicals while effectively resolving your pest problem in the safest way possible.

East Lyme Pest Control & Protection

Learn more about the pests we treat for:

East Lyme Pest Pressure

East Lyme, CT, attracts many tourists thanks to its prime position on the Atlantic Ocean. The city's dense population of people makes it easy for pests like mosquitoes, fleas, and bed bugs to find hosts. Parasitic in nature, these pests inflict bites and can spread disease. Ticks also hold a strong presence in East Lyme. In the 1970s, the first documented case of Lyme disease in the United States was linked to deer ticks by researchers conducting studies in the town. Grassy areas throughout the city are still tick breeding grounds during the warm summers.

As East Lyme winters approach, many pests seek warmer refuge. Local households attract pests like rodents, such as the house mouse or deer mouse, who often live and breed in secluded attic spaces. Rodent infestations can lead to the spread of dangerous diseases via excrement and urine. Spiders also cause problems during cooler weather by moving indoors and putting unnecessary stress on homeowners. During warm-temperature months, East Lyme residents can expect bee and wasp activity, as well as swarming termites and carpenter ants.