South Burlington VT Home Pest Control

We service South Burlington homes and businesses from our Wilmington, MA branch located at 226 Lowell Street, Wilmington, MA 01887.

Phone: (800) 752-1015
Fax: (978) 658-5752

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South Burlington Vermont Exterminator, Pest Protection & Termite Inspector
(800) 752-1015
Service area includes:

  • Barre, VT
  • Bolton, VT
  • Burlington, VT
  • Colchester, VT
  • Concord, NH
  • Essex, VT
  • Killington, VT
  • Manchester, NH
  • Middlebury, VT
  • Montpelier, VT
  • Nashua, NH
  • Randolph, VT
  • Rutland, VT
  • Williston, VT
  • Winooski, VT
  • Woodstock, VT

South Burlington 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 our 1893 founding, Waltham Pest Services has provided the State of Vermont with first-rate, affordable pest and rodent control.
Our nationally recognized and ongoing training programs keep technicians at the top of their game when it comes to the behavior, biology, and control of regular home and business nuisances.
Here at Waltham Pest Services, our Green Theme policies allow us to protect our customers from insects and rodents without damaging the environment.
Specialized Integrated Pest Management (IPM) helps us realize environmentally friendly goals without compromising effective pest control. Only using chemicals as a last resort, Waltham Pest Services safely eliminates rodents and insects in South Burlington and the surrounding areas.

South Burlington Pest Control & Protection

Learn more about the pests we treat for:

South Burlington Pest Pressure

South Burlington, VT, sits on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain and is home to a variety of pest species that are detrimental to both the area's natural landscapes and inhabitants. Common urban pests include rodents, cockroaches, and mosquitoes. These nuisances may spread diseases, cause structural damage to homes, or pilfer stores of food. Deer mice and white-footed mice, for instance, contribute to the spread of hantavirus, and the Vermont Department of Health must monitor the rodents' presence closely. Residents can breathe in air containing the virus, as it is transmitted through mouse urine, droppings, and saliva.

Vermont is home to numerous invasive species that harm the nearly 5 million acres of forested land across the state. Pests, such as the hemlock wooly adelgid, Sirex woodwasp, and pine spittlebug, attack trees and cause premature needle loss and stunted growth. The caterpillars of the saddled prominent moth can do extensive damage to broad leaf trees in the form of defoliation and increased tree mortality. Additionally, invasive species of earthworms markedly change the fertility of soils, which leads to the inability of native trees to germinate.