Pure Solutions Rhode Island Organic Lawn Care & Pest Control
Natural, Safer Tick & Mosquito Control and All-Natural Lawn Care Service in Rhode Island
Serving Rhode Island | Owners: Brian Whittemore and Trevor Nelson
Rhode Island’s Premier Provider of Safer Tick & Mosquito Control and Natural Turf Care
For over a decade Pure Solutions has been providing green, safer and effective solutions to the communities of New England. We offer the best Rhode Island organic lawn care and pest control, including mosquitoes, ticks and deer. We utilize our PROGAEA™ line of products that are both environmentally safer and safer for application around children and pets. We live in the Rhode Island communities we service, this is why we care so much about delivering the most effective natural mosquito and tick property control solutions to our clients. Our all natural-lawn care program has helped numerous Rhode Island lawns get off the use of toxic chemicals and fertilizers.
We genuinely care about our communities and believe our all-natural products are not only the most effective but also the safest for our natural environment.
Pure Solutions provides the highest quality organic tick control, organic mosquito control solutions, natural deer repellent, organic lawn care services and special event pest spraying. We provide service across New England, including Rhode Island, Upper Valley, Central New Hampshire and Massachusetts, including Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard.
Call Today to Speak to a Specialist (781) 899-7873
Rhode Island Organic Tick Control
In 2018, Rhode Island had 1,111 cases of Lyme disease, with an incidence rate of 105 cases per 100,000 people. In 2017, Rhode Island was the state with the fifth-highest rate of Lyme disease in the country (according to the Rhode Island Dept. of Health). Notorious for their ability to survive a wide range of conditions, ticks are now a part of Rhode Islanders’ daily lives. You can now find Dog Ticks, Deer Ticks and Lone Star Ticks throughout the Ocean State. These insects can spread diseases such as Lyme Disease, Babesiosis, Anaplasmosis, Tularemia, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Borrelia Mmiyamotoi, and Powassan Virus. However, we have seen unparalleled success in decreasing tick populations on properties utilizing Pure Solutions routine tick spray program which will eliminate ticks in all life-stages and control help to decrease future tick populations on your property without the use of toxic chemicals and pesticides.
Most ticks are active early spring through fall, however deer ticks remain active as long as the temperature is above freezing. To effectively eliminate tick populations around any home or business engaging in a consistent and regular tick treatment program is most effective.
Pure Solution’s organic tick control is proven effective with over 10+ years of success. Protect yourself, friends, family and pets against tick bites safely and naturally.
Rhode Island Organic Mosquito Control
Rhode Island is prime mosquito territory, the climate and landscape provide a perfect breeding ground for mosquito populations. Mosquitoes flourish in warm, wet and damp conditions. Pure Solutions offers a non-toxic, natural alternative to the harsh mosquito repellents on the market. Our organic mosquito spray program effectively eliminates mosquito populations that can pose many health risks to both humans and pets. According to the Rhode Island Dept. of Environmental Management, “EEE and WNV are the two human diseases transmitted by mosquitoes in RI… The most effective way to reduce the risk of acquiring EEE and WNV is to reduce exposure to mosquito bites.” Even as summer winds down, Rhode Islanders remain at risk for viruses carried by mosquitoes.
Pure Solutions utilizes our natural PROGAEA™ mosquito solution which effectively controls the mosquito population around properties safely, allowing our clients to enjoy the outdoors without the risk of contracting a mosquito-borne illness. By utilizing our routine organic mosquito sprays earlier in the season, we can eliminate mosquito breeding and help reduce the population on your property. Start protecting you and your loved ones today.
Organic Deer Repellent
“As deer populations have increased, conflicts with humans have also developed. Car strikes and agricultural damage are significant problems that require effective deer management.”
(Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management)
Rhode Island neighborhoods and properties with attractive landscaping provide a perfect food source for deer. Since they are attracted to properties flush with food and tend to stay close until the food sources are depleted, deer can destroy a well-landscaped property – costing thousands in damages. At Pure Solutions, we offer a natural deer repellent service that lets you enjoy the beauty and safety of your backyard. We provide integrated, natural deer repellent solutions that safely keep deer from feeding on your property.
Deer feeding habits change greatly with the seasons depending on what food resources are available with deer often being most active on residential properties in the winter months. By utilizing Pure Solution’s deer deterrent program our services evolve with the seasons to ensure constant property deer protection.
Don’t invest in landscaping your home or business without first having a plan to mitigate deer populations around your property.
Organic Turf Care Solutions & Natural Lawn Care Products
Pure Solutions of Rhode Island organic lawn care services and natural lawn products help foster a lawn free of harsh pesticides and establish a vibrant, green natural lawn. Our Terra Health products are environmentally safer and effective for use around children and pets. Our natural turf care program has over a decade of results in growing beautiful lawns across New England. We care about Rhode Island communities, which is why we utilize the best strategies and natural fertilizers for our environment. Starting with a soil test, Pure Solutions will create a season-long plan to make the transition to a healthy and natural lawn easy for you.
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Pure Solutions Rhode Island
Our office is open Monday through Friday
8:00 am – 4:00 pm, excluding holidays
- Little Compton, RI
- Tiverton, RI
- Barrington, RI
- Middletown, RI
- Cumberland, RI
- East Greenwich, RI
- Johnston, RI
- Jamestown, RI
- Scituate , RI
- Portsmouth , RI
- Woonsocket, RI
- Smithfield, RI
- Nasonville, RI
- Burrillville , RI
- Glocester, RI
- Coventry , RI
- Newport, RI
- Warwick, RI
- Cranston, RI
- Providence, RI
- Pawtucket, RI
- Lincoln, RI
"Two of our dogs are greyhounds and quite sensitive to chemical products, so the natural approach was appealing to us..."
"They have been taking care of our yard since 2008 and we would recommend them to all who are looking…"
"The Pure team was available and responsive throughout the entire season- not just at the beginning when they were first…"
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I fertilize my lawn in Rhode Island?
Our program is structured around 5 rounds of fertilization, starting in April with treatments every 45-60 days. At Pure Solutions, we use organic slow release fertilizers complete with proper nutrients, that include microbial and beneficial organisms which are necessary to maintain a healthy soil life.
How do you get lush green grass without chemicals?
Getting a lush green lawn without using chemicals involves a combination of good lawn care practices and natural solutions. First, start by mowing your lawn at the right height, typically around 3 inches, to promote strong root growth and help shade out weeds. Secondly, aerate your lawn to allow air, water, and nutrients to reach the roots. Thirdly, water your lawn deeply and infrequently to encourage deep root growth and avoid shallow, weak roots.
When should I start spraying for mosquitoes in Rhode Island?
Mosquitoes become active in May, and ticks become active in March, though they can emerge from their burrows any time temperatures rise above freezing. For this reason, we treat for pests from March-December.
What percentage of ticks carry Lyme disease in rhode island?
Tick season in Rhode Island typically begins in early spring and lasts until late fall, with a peak in activity during the warmer months of May through August. This period is marked by increased tick populations and heightened risk of tick-borne illnesses, such as Lyme disease, anaplasmosis, and babesiosis. During tick season, Rhode Island residents and visitors should be particularly vigilant when venturing into wooded areas, tall grass, or leaf litter, as these environments provide ideal conditions for ticks to thrive.
What is the average cost for lawn service in Rhode Island?
Our organic lawn care programs are priced based on serviceable area on each property and is customized based on soil test results and feedback from technicians and clients