Is there anything worse than living in a home that’s infested with fleas? They drive your pets crazy and leave itchy, swollen bites all over your body. Plus, they breed and spread so quickly that it can feel impossible to control them without the help of a professional.
Pest Authority of South Rhode Island wants to help protect homes and businesses in the greater Westerly, Rhode Island area. We use our revolutionary Barrier 360 treatment to create a flea-proof boundary around the exterior of your home or business so that fleas can’t get inside to start an infestation. Barrier 360 goes further than just flea protection and stops 12 other of the most common pest infestations in the South Kingstown, Rhode Island area from invading your home – all with the same treatment!
Barrier 360 is an amazing, cost-effective way to protect your home from 13 pests without having to pay for a ton of different treatments. And with our no contracts and no commitment policy, you won’t be locked into long term service with an annual contract. Most other pest control companies will make you commit to a year’s worth of treatments before even seeing if they even work!
Our 100% satisfaction guarantee means that if pests return, so does Pest Authority. If pests we’ve treated for get inside your home between treatments, all you have to do is call, and we’ll retreat at no extra charge. Pest Authority of South Rhode Island proudly serves the Westerly, South Kingstown and Richmond, Rhode Island surrounding areas. No Contracts. No Commitments. No Fleas. Guaranteed.
Tips on Preventing Flea Infestations:
- Regularly wash all bed linens – including your pets’ bedding – on a weekly or biweekly basis.
- Get your pets groomed at least once a month.
- Talk to your vet about preventative flea and tick treatments for your pets.
- Vacuum all the rugs and carpets in your home once a week.
You Might Have Fleas If:
- Your pets are scratching themselves more than normal.
- You start to see red, itchy bites on your feet and legs.
- You notice tiny piles of fleas feces (also called “flea dirt”) in your home that looks similar to ground black pepper.
Facts about Fleas:
- Fleas can’t survive without consuming animal or human blood.
- Dogs, cats, rabbits, and rodents are the most common carriers of fleas.
- Flea feces and bites can transmit diseases like flea-borne typhus, plague, bartonellosis (cat scratch disease), flea tapeworm, and tungiasis.