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Trio Pest Control

1 Review

“He does general pest control twice a month for our apartment complex. We are very happy with them.”

Serving Indianapolis, IN License: 233513
Trio Pest Control offers premier extermination services to customers in the Indianapolis, IN area. When your house is plagued by unwanted pests and rodents, we're the people for you! We provide 24 hour emergency hours of when you need our pest removal services most. Owner and operator Bill Huth m...

Fikes Pest Control

Serving Indianapolis, IN License: F225177
Fikes Pest Control will save you money!!! Our approach to pest control combines all available methods of preventing pests in a given environment. In our Integrated Pest Management(IPM) programs, pesticides are used only when necessary to achieve acceptable levels of control with the least possible ...

Chadwick Exterminating

11 Reviews

“Got rid of bees on the siding of our house. Profes”

8613 Royal Meadows Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46217 License: 214514
over thirty years experience,specializing in "Carpenter Ants." Other services include termite control, animal removal( alive or dead), stinging insects, moisture barrier&wood decay fungus, and termite inspection reports,etc. free estimates,disco...

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5827 Decatur Ridge Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46204

Residential and Commercial Pest Control. Specializing in Bed Bug extermination and single family and multi-family dwellings. General Pest Control serv...

Agricultural inspectors at Indianapolis International Airport recently discovered two khapra beetles in a small bag of barley seeds. The beetle, originating in India, is one of the world’s most destructive pests of grain and seed. There’s even a federal quarantine restricting the importation of rice into the U.S. from countries known to be infested with the beetle. Indianapolis, Indiana exterminators are glad the beetle was caught, because though there are effective treatments known to be used in India, they are not readily available in the U.S. While pest control services in Indiana say the beetle is being found more and more of late by customs officials at airports throughout the country, they hope this isn’t a sign the beetle will infest the nation.