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Picking the right company to handle termites in Massachusetts is tricky. Here's what to look for.

When you’re dealing with a termite infestation, the process of finding the right company to help can be just as overwhelming as the infestation itself. It seems every company makes the same promises, the reviews online vary wildly, and your wallet is trembling in fear. So what should you look for in a company to control termites in your Massachusetts home?

Choosing a Termite Control Company

The company. Not only do you want a company with proven termite experience, you’ll want a company that goes above and beyond the service. Large, national pest control businesses may be easily recognized, but might not have the capacity to offer dependable customer care. Ideally, you want a company that’s large enough to provide consistent customer service, but small enough to know you and treat your home as they would their own.

The people. Effective termite control and elimination requires a deep understanding of termite behavior and biology. You’ll want to find a company with a proven history of experience with termites, and technicians that are licensed and knowledgeable. Remember that your relationship with a termite control specialist can be a long-lasting one, so trust is key. If your gut is telling you the sales representative is trying to sell you snake oil, your gut might be right.

There are a lot of companies out there that make a lot of promises they can’t deliver. Simply put, the company you hire should be professional, thorough, experienced, and trustworthy. That’s exactly what you get from Burgess Pest, from management to the technical team to office support staff. But don’t let us tell you, let us show you-- give us a call for a free estimate and find out how we can Protect Your Pad from termites and hundreds of other pests.

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