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Armstrong Pest Control

4 Reviews

“Installed recessed medicine cabinet David did an excellent job. Arrived on time, professional, pleasant. Cleaned up ...”

Serving Worcester, MA License: 5922
Armstrong pest control offers full service from pest control to termites to wild life. We offer free home inspections. 24 hour service.

Big Blue Bug Solutions

7 Reviews

“Removed a large hornet nest in record time. Extremely professionla personable and willing to explain exactly what th...”

Serving Worcester, MA License: 32900
For over 75 years, Big Blue Bug Solutions has been providing effective and responsible solutions for residential and commercial pest problems. We are fully licensed and insured, and our uniformed technicians are ready to assist you with courtesy and discretion. We continually conduct education semin...

WPC Pest and Termite Control, Inc

5 Reviews

“Bed bug extermination Jim and his colleague was helpful and professional. I am really satisfied with the”

Serving Worcester, MA License: 7208
WPC Pest and Termite Control, Inc. in Massachusetts is a family-owned-and-operated exterminating company with more than 30 years of industry experience. Our main focus is the safety of your family, your home, our employees and the environment. We achieve this through education, technology and minima...
Just a few years ago, Worcester was home to the beginning of New England’s Asian long-horned beetle infestation. As a result of the 2008 infestation, tens of thousands of Massachusetts trees had to be cut down. Today, the threat continues, with more and more tree-zones becoming quarantined after sightings of the destructive insect. According to pest control services in Worcester and other Massachusetts areas, the small beetle, native to Asia, destroys maple, horse chestnut, birch, poplar, willow, and elm trees. This occurs both as the insect feeds, and especially, as the larvae dig out circular holes as big as 20 mm in diameter. Worcester exterminators say they hope to begin using insecticides to eradicate the beetle, after recent Chicago and New York treatments were successful.