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About Lincoln Pest Control

Serving Rhode Island & Southeastern Massachusetts

For over 30 years, our mission has been simple: Provide innovative and effective pest control solutions for your home or business, while maintaining a safe environment. We use the latest in eco-friendly technology to keep your home or place of business safe and pest free. For termite control we utilize the Sentricon system which has earned the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award. Our commitment to high quality work, customer satisfaction and safety is evident in our 30 years of continued success.

Our dedicated staff is professionally trained and ready to go to work for you. We are licensed and certified in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

Meet Our Staff

Bert Beaumier President

Melissa Chase Office Manager

Denise Stone Accounts Payable Manager

Andre Dubois Sentricon Specialist

Harvey Sylvestre Pest Management Professional

Joe Cardoso Pest Management Professional

Mike Amaral Pest Management Professional

Thomas Ducharme Pest Management Professional

Spiders

Spiders area common and feared household pest. A black widow or brown recluse taking up residence in your home can be a real cause for alarm, as their venom can cause a dangerous reaction. Most other species spiders are generally harmless to humans, but their webs can cause an unsightly situation in your home.

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Ants

Ants are among the most prevalent pests in households. They are also found in restaurants, hospitals, offices, warehouses, and other buildings where they can find food and water. Ants often become a nuisance when they enter our homes searching for food and can cause severe structural damage.

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Moths

The Indian meal moth (Plodia interpunctella) is considered to be the most troublesome of the moths infesting stored products in the United States. They attack all cereal products, whole grains, dried fruits, and even pet foods. Damage is caused by the larvae spinning silken threads as they feed and crawl.