Cranston, RI Home Pest Control
We service Cranston homes and businesses from our Pawtucket, RI branch located at 25 Esten Avenue, Pawtucket, RI 02860.
Fax: (401) 861-1209
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Cranston Rhode Island Exterminator, Pest Protection & Termite Inspector
Service area includes:
- Barrington, RI
- Bristol, RI
- Burrillville, RI
- Central Falls, RI
- Coventry, RI
- Cumberland, RI
- East Greenwich, RI
- East Providence, RI
- Johnston, RI
- Lincoln, RI
- Middletown, RI
- Narragansett, RI
- Newport, RI
- North Kingstown, RI
- North Providence, RI
- North Smithfield, RI
- Pawtucket, RI
- Portsmouth, RI
- Providence, RI
- Smithfield, RI
- Tiverton, RI
- Warwick, RI
- West Warwick, RI
- Westerly, RI
- Woonsocket, RI
Cranston Pest Control
Why Contact Waltham Pest Services?
We offer exceptional service in ridding your home and business of insects, rodents and other problem animals including bed bugs, carpenter ants and mice.
- History -
- Since 1893 Waltham Pest Services has been providing exceptional service in pest extermination for New England and offers professional pest control services out of Pawtucket, RI.
- We are very proud of our Waltham Pest Services team of technicians who are highly trained and have been nationally recognized for their continuing education on the behavior, biology, and control of pests.
- We incorporate our Green Theme belief into all aspects of our services and will help resolve pest infestations effectively and in an eco-friendly manner.
- We use Integrated Pest Management (IPM) practices in all of our residential pest control services to reduce the amount of chemicals while still eliminating your insect or rodent problem.
Cranston Pest Control & Protection
Learn more about the pests we treat for:
Cranston Pest Pressure:
A travel hub for pests, Cranston, RI, is home to the port of providence that ships and receives cargo daily. As a result, insects and rodents also disembark and end up in local businesses and homes. Additionally, the city sees a good amount of rainfall every year, which creates an ideal habitat for moisture-seeking pests.
Increased human travel and pest resistance to chemical control contributed to the resurgence of bed bugs in Rhode Island hotels. Because the insects hide in guests' belongings, it can be hard to keep them out or in. Bed bugs bite people as they sleep, sometimes causing rash-like bumps on the skin.
Another common pest indoors is the carpenter ant. These insects don't eat wood, but they create hollow galleries inside timber for their nests. Carpenter ants prefer to tunnel through wet or rotting wood, so older apartment complexes, damp storage spaces in warehouses, and coastal Cranston homes are frequent targets.
Rodents sneak into buildings to forage for meals and build nests. Often, the presence of stored goods or trash lead the pests to choose one building over another.
A mouse or rat can transmit diseases via parasites, urine, and droppings. Many of these illnesses spread through food, so avoiding rodent issues is vital in Cranston restaurants and food manufacturing plants.
The cockroach is also a familiar pest in Rhode Island. What many people don't know about these insects is that they can trigger asthma attacks.
Small children and elderly residents in Cranston are more likely to have breathing issues due to cockroach infestations. The pests easily survive in apartment buildings, infesting multiple units at once.
As a result, an adult or larval housefly comes in contact with pathogens, bacteria, and viruses. The pests can transmit diseases such as dysentery.
Additional Cranston Pests
Another insects Rhode Island residents may encounter are black widow spiders. This species can deliver dangerous bites. They often enter the New England region on cargo ships from warmer climates.
Bites may result in a simple reaction such as swelling or more severe symptoms like nausea and cramps. Whether the problem is nuisance insects or rodents, the trained technicians at Waltham Pest Services have an effective solution for control or removal.