proof. Pest Control in Hopkinton, MA
Common Pest Issues We Treat in Hopkinton
If you live near the Cedar Swamp Archaeological District, more commonly known as the historic district, your property could be exposed to carpenter ants.
These large, black ants like to chew on old, damp wood to make their nests, though they don’t eat it like termites do.
They are drawn to older properties, as the older wood is more likely to have begun rotting, but it is possible for them to infest new construction as well. They are especially common around patios, decks and other outdoor features made of wood.
The area around the Whitehall Reservoir is a prime breeding ground for mosquitoes. These biting insects require standing water nearby to reproduce, so watch out for them if you live near the reservoir or if you have a pond, swimming pool, fountain or other water feature on your property.
Not only can mosquitoes bite you, leaving itchy bumps on your skin, but they can also carry a variety of diseases. Our summer-long Mosquito & Tick Control service does a great job of reducing both mosquitoes and ticks in your yard all through the warm summer months!
As with just about any other city, you’ll also find pests that are not specific to Hopkinton, though they are common in the area.
Common types of pests we treat in Hopkinton include:
Rodents: moles, voles