Rhode Island Pest Control

  • Arrest - A - Pest, Inc.
    99 Brownlee Blvd.
    Warwick, RI 02886
    800-338-PEST (Toll-Free)
    Your Pest Control Watch Dog! Serving Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts We specialize in wood destroying insects, termites , carpenter ants and powder post beetles, as well as fleas, rats, mice, house ants, stored products pests, stinging insect, roaches, spiders, etc.
  • Budget Pest Control
    2009 Elmwood Avenue
    Warwick, RI 02888
    401-785-3396 (Fax)
    If a pest infestation persists and another pest control company is required (after six months of our service) for the same treatment, we will reimburse you up to the cost of our initial treatment fee.* Don't control pests... Eliminate them! Why gamble with the health of your business?  We offer you a second opinion for free.
  • DeBug
    401-567-0266 (Glocester)
    401-789-3970 (Narragansett)
    401-841-9911 (Newport)
    401-331-2224 (Providence)
    401-886-7400 (Warwick)
    401-766-5784 (Woonsocket)
    877-907-DBUG (3284) (Eastern Conn. & S.E. Mass.) (Toll Free)
    DeBug provides both commercial and residential services for the elimination of any pest problems that your home or business may be experiencing. We at DeBug, recommend a maintenance plan with our company to help prevent most pest problems.
  • F&W Pest Control
    F&W Pest Control, Inc
    357 Worcester Road - Route 9
    Framingham, MA 01701
    (508) 872-3256
    F&W Pest Control, Inc
    850 Franklin Street - Suite 7
    Wrentham, MA 02093
    (508) 384-6400
    Welcome to F&W Pest Control. Right from the beginning, F&W takes a unique approach to pest management and control concerns. When you call us you will not receive a quick, "one-size-fits-all" response. At F&W we believe in spending all the necessary time and effort up front to ensure the best results for each individual situation. Our goal is to provide you with the most appropriate and efficient answer, based on your specific needs.
  • Priority Environmental
    The quickest way to test is with short-term tests. Short-term tests remain in your home for two days to 90 days, depending on the device. "Charcoal canisters," "alpha track," "electret ion chamber," "continuous monitors," and "charcoal liquid scintillation" detectors are most commonly used for short-term testing. Because radon levels tend to vary from day to day and season to season, a short-term test is less likely than a long-term test to tell you your year-round average radon level. If you need results quickly, however, a short-term test followed by a second short-term test may be used to decide whether to fix your home.