Providing Professional Service Since 1990
Founded in 1990, Yankee Pest Control boasts decades of professional service attributed to our team’s dedication to customer satisfaction. As a family-owned business in Boston’s backyard, we live, work, and play in the same schools, restaurants, hotels, and neighborhoods as your family.
Starting from a very modest beginning in the basement of the family home, Yankee Pest Control founder and Marine Corps veteran, Galvin Murphy Sr., developed a company culture of giving back and a teamwork ethic that has grown the company into a 6,000-square-foot headquarters and training center. Our customer base stretches as far north as Lebanon, NH and as south as Chatham, MA, but what really makes our Boston-based company strong is the number of people we employ and how their families grow alongside our team.
Not only are we family-owned, but we are certified with the Center for Veteran Enterprises as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business. Just as we are proud to have served our country, we are proud to serve our communities through residential, commercial, and federal pest management programs.
Maintaining our certification as a QualityPro-registered company, we follow the industry’s most comprehensive training, testing, safety, consumer relations standards, and environmental stewardship.
What Our Customers Are Saying
“Great family owned business. Very professional staff. The office ladies are awesome to work with. The technicians are friendly and courteous. I would highly recommend using them. I have had great luck. They do not try to upsell you or sell you something you don’t need.”
“Yankee Pest Control is very professional, on time and a pleasure to deal with. Jason was wonderful and went above and beyond. My car died behind his truck. Neither of us had jumper cables. He called his mother Ella and she came with jumper cables and saved the day. This is superior service.”
After placement of traps, which no mice took the bait. A tech found the one hole that they were coming in through and he patched it up.”