Worcester MA Home Pest Control

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

Phone: (800) 752-1015
Fax: (781) 893-7921

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Worcester Massachusetts Exterminator, Pest Protection & Termite Inspector
(800) 752-1015
Service area includes:

  • Barre, MA
  • Clinton, MA
  • Cordaville, MA
  • East Brookfield, MA
  • East Douglas, MA
  • Hopedale, MA
  • Hopkinton, MA
  • Hudson, MA
  • Marlborough, MA
  • Milford, MA
  • Northborough, MA
  • Oxford, MA
  • Rutland, MA
  • South Lancaster, MA
  • Southbridge, MA
  • Spencer, MA
  • Sturbridge, MA
  • Webster, MA
  • Westborough, MA
  • Whitinsville, MA

Worcester 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 giving winning service in pest control in Massachusetts since 1893.
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.
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.

Worcester Pest Control & Protection

Learn about the pests we treat for:

Worcester Pest Pressure

Given the city's central location within the State of Massachusetts, Worcester experiences a full spectrum of weather conditions throughout the year. Warm, humid summers coupled with sites of standing water and densely wooded areas in the city foster ideal environments for pests like mosquitoes and ticks. Both kinds of disease-spreading pests are quite common in and around the greater Worcester area. Cold and windy winters with frequent snowfall between late November and early Aprildrives rodents like the Norway rat, house mouse, and deer mouse inside homes and businesses. Furthermore, as a major metropolitan area, Worcester provides the perfect conditions for insect pests such as cockroaches or bed bugs to breed and spread.

The city also deals with the unique problem of Asian longhorned beetle populations. Most likely brought to the United States on wood packing material from China, the invasive beetle species has been contained to just a handful of states. Targeting maple tree species like boxelder, Norway, red, silver, and sugar maples, Asian longhorned beetle larvae tunnel into tree stems and branches. Trees subjected to more than one generation of the pest typically die. Pest control professionals throughout Worcester must be diligent in the early detection and eradication of the non-native beetles in order to prevent the spread of this invasive insect.