Brothers Pest Control
Pest Control Services in Quincy, MA
Brothers Pest Control has been servicing the domestic, industrial and commercial communities for over twenty five years. We supply professional, effective, and environmentally responsible pest control treatments utilizing the latest technology. All Technicians are licensed by the state of Massachusetts, and fully insured. Our Experience has shown that by maintaining the flow of information between the client and service technician, we insure the most efficient and personalized solution for you.
read moreBrothers Pest Control is a family owned and operated business located in Stoughton, Massachusetts. We have been serving the South Shore, southeastern Massachusetts, and Metro West since 1993. The owner, Michael Dancey, began in the pest control industry in 1982 after attending Curry College and teaching in Norton, MA for 5 years. Your home or business is a valuable asset, and pest control is a crucial part of maintenance. It is important not to allow insects and small critters to thrive unchecked within your building.
read moreOne of the benefits of living in New England is the pleasant weather during spring and summer. Backyard games, swimming, and cookouts are just a few of the activities we enjoy as the temperature climbs. Unfortunately, there are uninvited guests waiting to put a damper on outdoor fun. Ticks and mosquitoes are not only a nuisance, but can transmit a variety of illnesses. Lyme disease, West Nile virus, and Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) are just a few of the diseases spread by these insects. Personal protection such as insect repellent and appropriate clothing is the first line of defense, while eliminating harborage and breeding sites for ticks and mosquitoes are important environmental factors.
read moreBed bug control is easily the most complicated issue in our industry. With increased travel both in and out of the country, the path for these insects to hitchhike from one place to another has become increasingly available. As their name suggests, they are most often found in or near beds. This allows them to feed when we are sleeping or resting. Although bed bugs are not known to transmit diseases, the mere thought of an insect preying on you while asleep is distressful. Allergic reactions are often seen as well.
read moreDue to abundant food sources, mouse and rat activity has increased dramatically over the last five years. Mice can fit through a hole the size of a dime, while rats need only a quarter-sized space. After entering your home or business, these rodents can transmit many diseases, contaminate food supplies, and gnaw on structural components. When addressing a rodent issue, it is important to identify harborage areas and food sources around the structure. Wood piles, construction material, dumpsters, and improperly contained garbage provide attractive environments for mice and rats.