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We are proud to service the Greater Boston Area, stretching from the heart of the city west to Rt. 495. We travel north to Andover and south to Brocton and Foxborough. We also service along the coast from Scituate to Peabody.
Unfortunately, we can only work with homeowners, landlords, and property managers to contract our services. If you are interested in our services, please have your landlord or property manager contact our office at (617) 332-3344.
In most cases, we cannot provide accurate quotes over the phone for our services. Several of our services factor in situational components such as level of pest activity, estimated amount of materials, size of location being treated, etc. to ensure you get a fair quote for your circumstance.
We offer free inspections for most services so you can get an accurate quote from us for no financial commitment.
Inspections for Wood Destroying Insects (WDI Inspections), Webbing Clothing Moths, and Bedbugs are subject to inspection fees. However, if you choose to move forward with the proposed services with us, that fee will be deducted from your final bill.
Inspection fees can vary, so please call our office at (617) 332-3344 for more information.
Our Wildlife specialists are equipped to aid our clients with Skunks, Raccoons, Red Squirrels, Grey Squirrels, Flying Squirrels, Woodchucks, Bats, Pigeons, and Sparrows. We do not service issues regarding Rabbits, Snakes, Chipmunks, Moles, or Voles.
It is difficult for our specialists to identify an issue over the phone. If you are unsure what you are seeing, take a photo for us! As clear as possible and ideally with an object in the photo that can be used for our experts to judge the size of the pest (something with a standard size, such as a coin). Call our office at (617) 332-3344 and they can assist you in getting the photo to our specialists.
Unfortunately, our inspectors are not equipped with the materials to set up services. Once a service has been agreed upon, our office will reach out to you about scheduling your treatment.
Once a contract has been signed, your inspector will send detailed notes about the service to our office. Our office staff will create your service profile and put together a potential schedule to begin service; they will reach out to you to discuss this schedule as soon as possible.
This treatment typically takes place entirely on the outside of the home; in most cases, you do not need to be home for this service. If an interior treatment is recommended, our staff will inform you and work with you to have the treatment done at a time that is convenient for you and our technician.
Results can be immediate, but often take a few days for full effect.It is common to see an immediate uptick in activity before a steep decline – this is indication that active sites were targeted and the treatment is indeed working.
Please allow 5-10 days for treatments to take full effect. If after 2 weeks you still note activity inside, please give us a call at (617) 332-3344 to schedule a follow up. You may still notice activity outside, but this is ok, so long as unwanted guests are not entering your home.
Of Course! Insecticides are applied directly to foundations and left to dry. Once materials are dry, everything is completely safe for children and pets. Drying times vary depending on environmental conditions, but on dry summer days it can be as quick as half an hour, and in cooler fall weather, it can take up to four hours before it is completely dry.
No – while Perimeter Defense Systems are most commonly deployed to control Carpenter and Pavement Ants, they actually control all kinds of crawling insects that occasionally enter our homes from the outside
Yes, our Perimeter Defence Program comes with a 6 month guarantee. This guarantee will typically cover you through the main Massachusetts insect season.
Our Wildlife specialists are equipped to aid our clients with Skunks, Raccoons, Red Squirrels, Grey Squirrels, Flying Squirrels, Woodchucks, Bats, Pigeons, and Sparrows. We do not service issues in regards to Rabbits, Snakes, Chipmunks, Moles, or Voles.
Trapping programs are set up for 5 consecutive days of trapping, but there is no guarantee that we can convince a wild animal to enter a cage. If after 4 days nothing is caught your Technician will notify our Service Manager to make sure that everything has been set properly. In most cases we will close the program on day 5, seal entry points, and the program is complete.
If we need to extend the program for a day or two beyond that, it will be at our discretion. Additional charges may apply.
In many cases we will add a day or two of trapping to your service – but beyond that, additional charges may apply.
While we always appreciate your partnership, all traps, interior and exterior, need to be closed for the weekend. State laws require that a trap is checked by a licensed Problem Animal Control technician every 24 hours. Traps will all be reopened and reset as soon as possible, usually the next business day.
We offer services handling wasps, yellow jackets, hornets, and digger bees. We are unfortunately unable to help with any situations involving Honey Bees; you will need a licensed Beekeeper to help you in these cases. Please see the Massachusetts Beekeepers Association for your county to find a licensed Beekeeper.
In order for our treatment to be successful, we need to know the source (nest) where they are coming from. Sources can include hanging nests, holes in the ground, or even holes in the side of your building. Once the source is identified and located, we can send a technician to treat it.
The nest should become inactive within 24-48 hours. If you are still seeing activity from the same nest after this time frame, please call our office at (617) 332-3344 to schedule a followup treatment.
This service comes with a 30 day guarantee at the site of treatment. If a nest continues to be active or has been rebuilt at the site of treatment within 30 days, you will be covered for a followup treatment. If a new nest appears on a different spot on your property, this is considered a new issue and will be priced accordingly.
We are unable to access and treat nests over 32 feet high.