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Colonial Pest Control

Pest Control & Exterminator Services in Clinton, MA

Pest Control Services in Clinton, MA

Is a pest invasion keeping you from sleeping soundly at night or disturbing your peace during the day? If so, then you need an exterminator now. Don’t let an infestation bug you for any longer. Turn to Colonial Pest Control, Inc., for dependable pest control services in Clinton, MA.

We offer our services to homeowners and business owners and have earned thousands of satisfied customers. Find out how we can eradicate the pests from your home or office and help you keep them from coming back.

The Pests We Treat

Our team can help exterminate or remove a wide variety of pests commonly found in Clinton, MA, including:

  • Ants
  • Bedbugs
  • Carpenter bees
  • Cockroaches
  • Fleas
  • Rodents
  • Wasps

If you have any of these pests on your property or in your home, act fast to prevent the problem from getting out of hand. From locating nests and entry points to laying bait and traps, we offer a range of pest control treatments targeted to your specific needs.

Our Promise to You

At Colonial Pest Control, Inc., we aren’t satisfied until you are. That’s why we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all pests except for bedbugs. This means that if your pest infestation doesn’t go away after treatment, we’ll come back and redo the job at no extra charge.

Let us show you how reliable and affordable pest control services can be. Call 1-800-525-8084 to speak to an exterminator today.


Serving Worcester County since 1984

Clinton was first settled in 1654, as a part of Lancaster, MA, and incorporated as a separate town on March 14, 1850, It was named after New York’s DeWitt Clinton Hotel, a favorite haunt of Erastus Brigham Bigelow and his brother Horatio, the town founders.

Clinton turned into an industrialized mill town, with the Nashua River used as a source of power. Construction began on 1897 on the nearby Wachusett Dam, culminating in bringing the Wachusett Reservoir to full pool in 1908. This act flooded a large portion of Clinton, which had to be relocated. At Clinton in 1896, a significant feature of the Boston fresh water system was begun, with the creation of the Wachusett lake reservoir. Lying 385 ft. above the high-tide level in Boston harbor, the basin was excavated by ten years of labor. It had a capacity of 63,068,000,000 gallons of water, and was also the largest municipal reservoir in the world in 1911.

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