Like many cities on the coast, Quincy experiences its fair mix of different pests that range from ants to crickets and anything in between. But whatever is bugging your property should be left to the experts at Greenhow, who can identify and eradicate any pest infestation—no matter how big or small.
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Quincy is the one of the largest cities in the county that belongs to the Metro Boston area, serving as one of Boston’s most immediate suburbs. Also known as the “City of Presidents,” Quincy is the birthplace to the U.S. Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, as well as John Hancock, who played an integral role in the Declaration of Independence as the President of the Continental Congress.
For more than a century in its early years, Quincy was known to locals for its growing granite industry. It later went on to become the site of the Granite Railway, which was the country’s first commercial railroad. The local granite industry, railway, and shipbuilding at the Fore River Shipyard became essential parts of Quincy’s economy. Later on, in the 20th century, Howard Johnson’s and Dunkin’ Donuts were also founded here.
Today, Quincy is a bustling city with around 100 thousand residents. Nearly a quarter of its land lies within the Blue Hills Reservation, a six-thousand-acre park that stretches throughout several surrounding towns and cities. Its city limits also extend to parts of the Boston Harbor and the Massachusetts Bay, plus several beaches and mountains—all of which can, unfortunately, attract unwanted pests, like termites and rodents, that bother Quincy residents.
PEST CONTROL SERVICES AVAILABLE IN QUINCY, MA
As a coastal town with access to several forests, parks, and bodies of water, it’s not uncommon for there to be a bustling pest population nearby. The good news is that Greenhow Pest Control is native to the Metro Boston area and knows exactly what kinds of pests frequent Quincy. Using a comprehensive approach and family-safe products to treat your property, your home can be completely pest-free.