For Home Termite Control

Here’s How We Do It

When you choose Yankee Pest Control, you choose a knowledgeable and experienced partner who knows how to get rid of termites from your home or business. This is what you can expect from us.

Schedule an Appointment

Call us to schedule a convenient appointment for a thorough inspection.

Expert Inspection

One of our highly experienced technicians evaluates the problem. If we find termites, we create a termite control and monitoring plan that suits your budget.

Safe Remediation

Using the safest methods available, we treat the perimeter of your house and remove all accessible termite nests. We seal and secure any gap or crack. We treat the inside of your home and install monitors.


We provide a detailed report of our findings and services and recommend any changes and/or improvements you can take to reduce a future termite infestations. 

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Rodents carry diseases, damage property, and contaminate food, making effective pest control crucial to maintain a healthy and safe environment.

Cockroaches transmit disease, trigger allergies and asthma, contaminate food, water, and surfaces, create unpleasant odors and can even cause structural damage.

Ticks can transmit diseases, such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, anaplasmosis, and babesiosis, among others.

Termites can consume up to one pound of wood per day, and their damage can cause ceilings and floors to collapse.

Ants can become a nuisance as they invade homes, contaminate food, and potentially cause structural damage.


Healthy Homes Pest Management

Seasons aren’t the only things that change in New England – pests do too! Depending on the season, your home will play host to a variety of pests, from ants and crawling insects in spring and summer, to wasps in summer into fall, and mice and rats in winter.

Ready to take control of your pest problem?

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Ready to take control of your pest problem?

Ready to take control of your pest problem?

Your custom-designed plan is waiting.

Have a Question?

Are there termites in New England?

Yes, although termites are more commonly found in warmer climates, they can still be present in the northeastern United States, including New England.

Termites can cause significant damage to wooden structures, including homes, by feeding on the cellulose found in wood. It's important for homeowners and property owners in New England to be aware of the potential presence of termites and take preventive measures, such as regular inspections and maintaining proper moisture control, to minimize the risk of infestations.

Can I get rid of termites myself?

Getting rid of termites yourself can be a challenging and complex task, especially if the infestation is significant. Termites are highly destructive pests that can cause extensive damage to structures, and their colonies can be difficult to locate and eliminate without proper expertise and tools. Here are some considerations if you're thinking about addressing a termite infestation on your own:

Identification: Properly identifying the type of termites and the extent of the infestation is crucial. Different termite species require different treatment approaches.

Knowledge and Experience: Effective termite control requires knowledge of termite behavior, lifecycle, and treatment methods. Improper treatment can worsen the infestation.

Access to Effective Products: Termite control products available to the general public may not be as potent or targeted as those used by professionals.

Treatment Precision: Successful termite elimination often requires pinpointing the termite colony and treating it directly, which can be challenging without professional training.

Safety Concerns: Some termite control methods involve the use of chemicals that can be hazardous if not handled correctly.

Prevention and Long-Term Solutions: Effective termite control includes not only eliminating existing colonies but also implementing preventive measures to avoid future infestations.

Cost Considerations: DIY attempts may initially seem more cost-effective, but if not successful, they can lead to greater expenses in repairs and professional treatment.

If you're dealing with a termite infestation, it's generally recommended to consult a professional pest control company. Professionals have the expertise, specialized equipment, and access to effective treatment options necessary to effectively eliminate termites and prevent further damage to your property.

How often should I schedule pest control services for my home?

The frequency of pest control services for your home or business depends on factors such as your location, the severity of pest issues, and the type of treatment used. Yankee Pest Service treatment plans are designed to keep your home or business pest-free.

Are your pest control treatments safe for my family and pets?

Yes, our pest control treatments prioritize safety. We use environmentally friendly and pet-friendly solutions, ensuring the well-being of your family and pets while effectively eliminating pests from your home.

Is Yankee Pest Services a national brand?

No. Even though we offer the same type of service that national brands do, we are proudly a local New England company. We like to say we’re large enough to have all the tools necessary to solve any problem…and small enough to care about each customer’s needs.

Are your technicians licensed and trained in pest control best practices?

Yes, we are accredited by QualityPro— the pest management industry’s leading credentialing program. QualityPro sets the standards of excellence for professional pest management companies and accredited companies are on the cutting edge of professionalizing the industry.

Yankee Pest Control is proud to hold the following certifications and affiliations:

New England Pest Management Association (NEPMA) 

National Pest Management Association (NPMA)

Entomological Society of America (ESA)

Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business

American Society of Home Inspectors

Quality Pro Certified

Massachusetts Supplier Diversity Office

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