Orkin Wilmington, Massachusetts
Wilmington MA Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector
Proudly Serving Wilmington And the Surrounding Areas
- Dorchester Center
North Boston, MA
Residential & Commercial Services
1 Jewell Dr Suite 311, Wilmington, MA
6AM - 12AM - Daily
1 Jewell Dr Suite 312, Wilmington, MA
6AM - 12AM - Daily
Or call to get service ASAP877-688-7831
- Next day service available
- Over 115 years’ experience
- Flexible appointment times
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Our Wilmington Area Services
Pest control can take many forms, and for us, it's always about helping to protect your home and business. Choose a service to learn more.
Common Pests in the Area
We Know About Pests, You Can Too. Visit our Pest Library for information on the habits and habitats of some of the most common pests, plus easy ways to control them.
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Wilmington Pest PressureRodent Pests
As part of an expanding city, Wilmington, MA, neighborhoods may displace some animals as they grow. However, urban development also provides new places for unwanted houseguests to live. These may include:Norway Rats
This rodent species is one of the most common pests in Wilmington. Making use of buildings and garbage for shelter as well as food, the Norway rat has adapted well to city life. However, the pests' tendency to enter homes, spread disease, and gnaw through walls or wiring make them unwelcome.House Mice
Though smaller than a Norway rat, a house mouse causes similar problems. In fact, the rodents' tiny size allows them to get into places that rats are too big to enter. House mice contaminate food and surfaces as they forage around a house. Because the pests are nocturnal, Wilmington homeowners may not notice an infestation until it has already taken hold.Parasite Pests Carried by Rodents
Rodents cause plenty of trouble for Wilmington residents, but they rarely arrive alone. Several parasites can invade via rats and mice such as:Fleas
Notorious for spreading plague, a flea can also transmit other illnesses to people and pets. These small insects excel at jumping, and they travel between hosts with ease. They lay eggs in floor cracks and animal fur. The eggs fall from strands of hair easily, allowing fleas to invade new locations.Ticks
These pests drink blood from people and animals. A tick attached to a mouse can hitch a ride into a home and feed on residents or fall off a host after taking a blood meal and lay eggs. In addition, many white-footed mice in Massachusetts carry deer ticks, which transmit Lyme disease.
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- 30-Day Money Back Guarantee
- If pests return between treatments, your Orkin Tech will return for a touch up at no extra charge.
- If we are unable to solve your pest problem, we’ll refund your last service payment for as long as you are our customer