Hudson MA Home Pest Control

We service Hudson homes and businesses from our Waltham, MA branch located at 817 Moody Street, Waltham, MA 02453.

Phone: (888) 970-5170
Fax: (781) 893-7921

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

  • Cochituate, MA
  • Cordaville, MA
  • Dover, MA
  • Hopkinton, MA
  • Hudson, MA
  • Marlborough, MA
  • Medfield, MA
  • Milford, MA
  • Needham, MA
  • Walpole, MA
  • Wellesley, MA

Hudson 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.
Training-
Our teams of technicians are highly trained and have even been nationally recognized for their continuing education of the behavior, biology, and control of pests.
Eco-friendly-
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..
IPM-
We use Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to ensure that we reduce the amount of chemicals while effectively removing your insect and rodent problem.

Hudson Pest Control & Protection

Learn more about the pests we treat for:

Hudson Pest Pressure

Winters in Hudson, MA, can be long, cold, and brutal. No one likes being outside in that kind of weather, not even pests like rodents and insects. When mice and rats sneak into houses, they bring parasites and diseases carried in on their droppings and shed fur. These pests fill homes with unnerving noises, bad smells, and illness. When they chew at wood and wiring, rats and mice even create fire hazards.

Brown marmorated stink bugs also begin moving indoors when cold weather comes to Hudson. Although not medically harmful to humans, the shield-shaped insects make nuisances of themselves, often overtaking homes in large numbers. When crushed, they give off an extremely unpleasant odor.