Sutton Hill Services, LLC
A pest control company you can rely on. Call (508) 254-3411 today.
What we Do
We Cover an Array of Home & Commercial Pest Control in Massachusetts
Sutton Hill Services, LLC provides pest control in Massachusetts. We also provide the removal of wildlife. We offer residential and commercial pest control services to Worcester County and the surrounding areas.
Sutton Hill Services will exterminate: Wasps, Hornets, Yellow Jackets, Cicada Killers, Ants, Cockroaches, Bees, Carpenter Bees, Rats, Mice, Silverfish, Pantry Pests, Fabric Pests, Spiders, Fleas, Bed Bugs, Centipedes, Millipedes, Springtails, Beetles and many other pests.
Sutton Hill Services will gladly perform a FREE re-service any time you experience pests between treatments.
We conduct a free, zero obligation home inspection. We will identify the source of your pest problem.
We put together a plan that best fits your home in order to eliminate and protect against pests.
We eliminate your pest problem. Then, our exclussion work and monitoring system prevents them from returning inside your home.
Home Prevention Program
There are many kinds of pests, and you can be affected any time of year. That’s why Sutton Hill Services offers a Home Protection Plan – so your home can be protected at all times regardless of the season or the pest.
Getting rid of carpenter ants ensures that your home will stay safe from their burrows. Professional carpenter ant control is the most effective way to kill carpenter ants and stop their colonization in its tracks.
Bees can sting and will swarm when disturbed. Even one sting can be enough to send a person with an allergy into anaphylactic shock.
First and foremost, mice can reproduce quickly. Just having two mice living within the walls of your home can spawn 40 offspring in a year. Now multiply that by each new offspring, and you will have a massive headache.
Ant & Bee Program
Carpenter ants tend to be a nuisance, and an untreated colony can pose a threat to the stability of your residence. Bees can sting and will swarm when disturbed. Even one sting can be enough to send a person with an allergy into anaphylactic shock.