We serve all of New Hampshire, including Salem, NH, Concord, NH, Manchester, NH, Nashua, NH, Portsmouth, NH, as well as Northern Massachusetts.

Let us help you rid your home and yard of these annoying pests:
Ants work together to provide food for their entire colony. The most efficient approach to stopping an ant infestation is to observe where they roam, then find and eliminate the queen and the nest.

Bed Bugs
These pests feed on human blood and come into your home by people or items that transport them from another infested location. Bed bugs are tiny and have thin bodies that easily maneuver through cracks and crevices. Pest experts with heat treatment equipment are the safest and most efficient way to control this pesky insect. Bed Bug New England also provides conventional and fumigation treatments.

Carpenter Ants
Carpenter ants are commonly mistaken for termites. They hollow out the wood in your home to build their nests.

Cockroaches find their way to your home through a box that contains food from another location. They carry germs and will multiply more rapidly than any other common pests.

Crickets eat just about anything, from cloth to paper, to fruits and vegetables. Their high-pitched “chirping” noise is their primary identifier.

Bees and Wasps
Bees have hairy bodies, and wasps have smooth bodies, but both look very similar. Wasps have the ability to sting multiple times, whereas bees do not. Both species are extremely protective of their nest, and their bites are very painful. Some people are allergic to their sting, which could result in anaphylactic shock.

Fleas are most widespread in dogs, cats, and other household pets. They are known for their extreme jumping power and speed. They can reside in carpets and feed on blood. Fleas also multiply rapidly and can live up to a year without feeding.

Flies are quick breeding flying insects that emerge from larvae called maggots. They can carry over 100 pathogens that cause some diseases, such as polio and tuberculosis.

Moth larvae eat clothing made of fur, wool, and cloth. This flying insect is known to be destructive to stored wardrobes. Female moths lay up to 200 eggs at a time.

Rodents multiply in as little as 20 days. If not controlled, they can reproduce their way to an outright infestation. They carry numerous diseases and have the capability of contaminating large amounts of food.

Silverfish eat paper and other starchy foods. They are attracted to areas high in moisture and heat.

Spiders lay hundreds of eggs and multiply quickly. They have a bite that may be annoying, but in some cases, those bites can be life-threatening.

Termites eat right through wooden structures and are often confused with carpenter ants.

Ticks are extremely resilient insects. They can go months without food and carry some diseases that are life altering, including Lyme Disease, Typhus, and Encephalitis.

Less Common, But Still Annoying Pests:
Pill bugs
Carpet beetles