About Us

Narragansett Pest Control is a family run business that specializes in customer care and satisfaction.Truck

For 45 years, our safe Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques, environmentally safe products and services have protected Rhode Island families and property from the destruction of nuisance pests.

Integrated Pest Management or “IPM” is a way of controlling pests using a combination of control tactics that safely and effectively reduce pests around the home. The goal is to use methods that cause the least harm to the people, pets, and the environment yet control the pest problem.

Narragansett Pest Control uses only the newest technology to help eliminate unwanted pests. Our staff is trained regularly to ensure only the safest form of pesticides, and/or control, without chemicals.

Our Crew

Our Expertise

We have a unique set of skills, experience, and expertise that make us the best choice for pest control services in Rhode Island.

  • Family Owned and Managed for over 45 years
  • Established business which means we are here when you need us
  • Store front in town, when you have a problem you talk to us directly
  • Licensed and Insured for your protection
  • RI,CT and MA Departments of Environmental Management Licensed Pest Control Business
  • RI DEM Wildlife Control Specialist Certification
  • RI Certifed Bee Keeper
  • RI Invasive Plant Management Certified
  • RI Registered Contractor
  • RI School IPM Specialist

In addition to our certifications we teach classes in Pest Management for local schools. We are members of the New England and National Pest Control Associations so we keep updated on lasted pest issues and control strategies. We support the community through our memberships with local chamber of commerces.   We love what we do and it shows in our work. Our mission is to provide professional control of pest problems in southern Rhode Island however, we also travel for consultation on pest management issues worldwide.

Meet The Team

 

Peggy Siligato, Training Manager
Jim Siligato, General Manager,Mosquito Abatement
Jesse Siligato: Commercial Sales,General Pests

 

Steve Siligato: Webmaster,

Marketing and Advertising

 

 

Surfing Rat: Mascot

 

 

 

 

John Siligato, Wildlife Control

 

 

 

 

 

How It All Started

1979, Jim and Peggy Siligato started Narragansett Pest Control as a family business. Jim, having a background in construction, building maintenance, and landscaping, and Peggy with a college background, teaching degree, and advanced specialization in plant sciences and entomology, all combined to provide the best pest preventive expertise.

It was a perfect match to start a business that would strive to provide the best service in Rhode Island. Our initial goal was to provide honest, dependable services using the safest methods that would provide long-term control of pests.

We did not desire to be the biggest company in the state, but to be the best.

By 1983, we were full time in business with employees providing services in Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. In 1984, the Surfing Rat was born. This was a logo created by artist Brother Michael Dundin of Narragansett, and later became a five foot rat character, a proud and friendly mascot, that can be spotted anywhere in the state.

Over the last 25 years, we have been fortunate to have super employees that have helped us carry out our quest to provide top-notch pest control services. Our employees have helped us build an outstanding business that is oriented toward safety, customer satisfaction, and quality work.

The Narragansett Towers our backdrop for excellence

Growing Every Day

In 1999, we expanded the business with the acquisition of All Outdoors Power Equipment at our location at 4060 Tower Hill Rd. in South County, RI. Our goal was to provide an option to reduce pest problems through proper landscape maintenance. We found that most pest problems can be prevented through proper maintenance in the landscape, or around the home. Today, our two unique businesses are located in South County RI on US Route 1.