Wildlife Control for the Cheshire, CT Area

Cheshire is a town in New Haven County, Connecticut. Cheshire was first settled in 1694 as part of Wallingford, CT. It was then known as New Cheshire Parish. After many attempts in securing their independence from Wallingford, New Cheshire Parish was granted independence. It was incorporated as a town in May of 1780 as Cheshire, CT. The city now covers an area of 33.4 square miles and is home to over 28,000 people. Cheshire is also home to a lot of wildlife including squirrels, raccoons, deer, bees, and termites. These animals can cause property owners to stress and cost them money. Thankfully, ProSource Pest Solutions is here to help.

Contact Us Today for Termite Control & More

Termites and other wildlife can damage property and carry diseases. It is important that you protect your property from pests such as deer, termites, and bees to keep your family safe and prevent costly property damage. If you have termites, deer, bees, or any other pests on your property, contact our pest control company for help. We will come to your property and set a plan in motion to get rid of any pests causing you issues.