Brookline, MA Home Pest Control
We service Brookline homes and businesses from our Waltham, MA branch located at 817 Moody Street, Waltham, MA 02453
Fax: (207) 885-0859
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Brookline Pest Removal & Prevention
Why Contact Waltham Pest Services?
We offer the best professional pest control services with a high success rate in removing insects and rodents from your home or business.
- History -
- Waltham Pest Services has been providing exceptional pest control services in Brookline and southern Massachusetts for over 100 years.
- Our teams of technicians are highly trained and have been nationally recognized for their continuing education on the behavior, biology, and control of pests.
- Green insect control. We use the Green Theme belief into all aspects of our services. Our Green Theme belief is that as Massachusetts pest exterminators it is our role to get rid of insects and rodents while at the same time protecting the environment.
- Through the use of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) we can ensure that we use the least amount of chemicals while effectively resolving your pest problem in the safest way possible.
If you have carpenter ants, box elder bugs or any kind of pest problem in Brookline or throughout Massachusetts, Waltham Pest Services can help.
All of these programs are handled with the care of our Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program which reduces the chemicals used in eliminating the insect or rodent in your home but are still highly successful. We also offer a Home Care Plan that includes two pre-scheduled visits, preventive treatment, and additional services.
Please contact Waltham Pest Services for all your pest control needs in Massachusetts.
Brookline Pest Pressure
The cold winters in Brookline, MA, drive unwanted pests indoors. Mice and rats seeking shelter often end up entering homes through existing cracks and wall voids or by literally chewing their way inside. Inside homes, rodents contaminate food, spread disease, and gnaw on walls, electrical cords, and insulation. It's unhygienic and unsafe to share living spaces with them.
While many insect infestations slow down during Brookline winters, eastern subterranean termites continue with their destructive work. In cold weather, these burrowing pests stick to warm areas, such as homes, that provide plenty of damp wood. While termite damage takes a long time to appear, this slow, persistent tunneling is a mixed blessing. For every pest infestation caught in time to prevent serious structural problems, there are others that go unnoticed until damage is already severe.