Arguably the most innovative city in Massachusetts, Cambridge is a melting pot of people with its colleges and unique small businesses. Unfortunately, this also means it is a melting pot for pests as well.
Insects, spiders, and rodents. They are not only unseemly and unnerving; they also carry disease and illness. They invade our homes and businesses and are extremely difficult to get rid of.
We are a unique pest control company because we offer protection from pests in a low impact and effective manner. You will still be able to walk around after we have treated the issue – and this includes allowing kids and pets into the areas as well.
Thankfully, Bain Pest Control has safe, easy, and affordable answers. Our trained Pest Control Professionals (PMPs) are dedicated to eliminating infestations quickly and safely. Give us a call today to book an appointment.
Cambridge has numerous pests, including:
|Wasps can be extremely territorial and sting when threatened or to protect their hive. Unlike bees, many wasps can sting multiple times.||Bed bugs are becoming increasingly common in Cambridge. They can be extremely difficult to remove without professional help. Call us today to find out how we can help!||Because they often travel through plumbing and sewer lines, cockroaches are extremely dirty and capable of spreading diseases. Learn more about our services.|
The Bain Solution
Bain Pest Control has the solution to your infestation. One of our Pest Control Professionals will arrive on time to evaluate the problem and begin the extermination process.
- Receive a visit from a PMP — the technician will arrive when scheduled to begin the evaluation.
- Evaluation — The PMP will inspect your home or business and assess the situation.
- Extermination begins immediately — Once the evaluation is complete, the PMP will discuss with you what course of action is recommended and then begin the extermination process.
Getting Rid of Pests for Good
Depending on the nature and severity of your infestation, the PMP may suggest a follow-up visit. This will be discussed with you, if necessary. You might also want to consider scheduling preventative visits each year as doing so could save money and keep future infestations to a minimum.