Pest Control Services


People often screech when they see a mouse or rat scurrying across the floor. It is an almost automatic response, and for good reason. The instinct to get away from these pests goes back thousands of years.
Rats, in particular, cause substantial damage to properties within the town each year, but all rodents are capable of that here in Indiana. Rats are especially harmful because they need to continually chew things to keep their teeth from growing too long. They'll gnaw through anything in their path to get to shelter, even materials like glass, cinderblock, concrete, and aluminum. Though people tend to have a nicer view of squirrels, these animals cause significant damage to our attics. Rodents are filthy creatures, carrying disease with them wherever they go and contaminating everything they touch. They ruin ten times more food than they eat because they urinate and leave behind droppings that poison the food. They also sneak into spaces as tiny as half an inch wide and can climb well and jump high. If they see even the smallest entryway to your building, they're going to take it. 
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Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs are uninvited guests that have a significant impact on people's lives. Many people describe the experience as traumatic. With the help of a pest control expert, it doesn't have to be. They're very tiny, sometimes as small as an apple seed, and have flat, reddish-brown, oval-shaped bodies. They reproduce extremely fast and can go for months without feeding. An infestation may be growing right under your nose. Once they've set up shop, they hide between crevices, often within your bed frame, and come out at night to feed on you. The insects use a numbing agent to make sure you don't wake up, and you won't notice the itchy red welts the bites leave until days later. Those bites can be extremely bothersome, even if you aren't allergic. The notion that Bed Bugs are a sign of a dirty home or business is not true. No one is impervious to the risk. The creatures are incredibly sneaky, latching on to people's clothing or suitcases, and hitching a ride with them wherever they go. Home, work, airplanes, even the movies, there is no getting away from them. Over the counter products just don't cut it. It takes a licensed exterminator to get the job done right.
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Indiana is home to over 70 different species of ants, some peskier than others. Some of them causing significant harm to property each year. They have reportedly damaged electrical wiring, shorting out circuits and putting homes at risk of fire. Carpenter Ants, for instance, cause millions of dollars of damage each year by chewing through the wood in people's homes and businesses. Sugar Ants and Tawny Crazy Ants infest kitchens, raiding your pantry and garbage cans. Leafcutter Ants destroy yards and gardens while creating their nests. Red Harvester Ants will also ruin your crops by stealing the seeds you plant. And you've probably seen Pyramid Ants creating mounds of dirt in your yard, then attacking once you unknowingly step on one. The Allegheny Mound Ant  is another major issue. These ants create gigantic mounds that can reach 3ft tall and 6ft wide, and 6ft deep, and have hundreds of thousands of dangerous insects that are willing to attack when disturbed. Multiple mounds can be connected underground, and they are very aggressive bunch. These pests don’t sting, but powerful jaws will create a painful bite. These ants will destroy vegetation forty to fifty feet around the mound by biting the plant and then injecting it with formic acid. Large infestations have the ability to kill a tree. This ant will surely stick out with an orange and black coloring. 
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Cockroaches are one of the most common pests in Indiana with 5 different varieties plaguing us. The insects tend to hide in cracks and crevices as small as just 1/32 of an inch during the day, then come out at night to eat. If you spot one during the day, it's a bad sign. There are probably many more around. Females can have as many as three dozen eggs at once, so infestations explode quickly. Roaches carry a shocking number of diseases and harmful pathogens. As they crawl, they leave behind a nasty slime and molting body parts that put people at risk. Since they eat the same food humans do, they spread their filth, contaminating food stores and the surfaces they touch. The body parts and shell they leave behind also causes respiratory issues. The roach that has caused more shrieks than most is the American Cockroach, also called the Palmetto Bug or Water Bug. These crafty, flying creatures can get enormous, sometimes as large as two inches long. They even live for up to two years. If you see one scurrying away and hiding in your home or business, it's going to be sticking around for a long time. 
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Mosquitoes are a tedious problem. The issue requires continuous monitoring and treatment by the city, and they still get out of hand. The nuisance animals feed on human blood, leaving behind an itchy bite that often turns to an open wound when people scratch too hard. They can even bite through clothing, and not all of them react to the same repellents. Mosquitoes are such a problem because there are different species which are active at different times. Some prefer the evening hours, where others search for something to bite during the day. Keeping the bugs at bay requires immediate attention. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in standing water, which can build up after even a light drizzle. A quarter of an inch of water in an empty pool, a clogged gutter, or a hole in the ground is enough for them to flourish. Those eggs can stay there for months even if the area dries out, then hatch after another rain.
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General Pest Control

The bugs and other animals roaming around the state may be small, but they cause massive trouble for folks who come into contact with them. Some of those creatures chew up the wood and other materials in your home, often so severely that it threatens the structural integrity of the building. Others tear through your yard or garden, destroying all the time, money, and hard work you put into your landscaping. Insects, like bees, wasps, and yellow jackets, are downright dangerous, with painful stings and no inhibitions delivering them. Brown Recluse Spiders also turn up in people's homes and threaten to send them to the hospital. Unfortunately, we are not the only ones bothered and put at risk by these pests. Our pets are also on the hit list. Fleas and ticks love to call our family friends home. Both carry very dangerous pathogens and can easily migrate from your pet to you.
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