Rapid Pest Solutions - St. John, IN
Rapid Pest Solutions is the go-to company for all your pest control needs in St. John, IN. Our preventative maintenance services are designed to keep your home or business free of ants, bed bugs, termites, rodents, mosquitoes, wasps, and bees. With our expertise and advanced techniques, we can identify potential problem areas and implement effective solutions to prevent infestations before they occur. In addition to preventative maintenance, we also specialize in exterminating existing pest problems. Whether you’re dealing with a termite colony or a wasp nest, our team of professionals can quickly and efficiently eradicate the issue. Don’t let pests take over your space – contact Rapid Pest Solutions today for all your pest control needs.
Rapid Pest understands the importance of keeping your home or business pest-free, which is why they offer customized solutions that are tailored to meet your specific needs.
No matter how severe the infestation is, Rapid Pest Solutions can handle the problem quickly and efficiently. Don’t wait and act now! Call today for your quote.
Types of Pests
Rapid Pest Solutions offers expert extermination services & preventative maintenance for a range of pests, including ants, bed bugs, termites, rodents, mosquitoes, wasps, bees, and more.
Did you know there are over 12,000 ant species worldwide? Rapid Pest Solutions specializes in those in your area. Let the professionals help.
Fun Fact, Bed bugs can lay one to five eggs in a day and more than 500 in a lifetime. Don’t struggle alone. Let Rapid Pest Solutions stop it.
One small termite colony of 60,000 can eat a 2″ x 4″ in just five months & Around 600,000 residential homes are affected.
Although mice are best known for their love of cheese, this is actually more fiction than fact. They have a strong sense of smell and they aren’t attracted to many types of cheese that give off a strong odor.
Mosquitoes & Flying Pests
Not all mosquitoes see you as a tasty snack. While both male and female mosquitoes feed on nectar and plant sap, only female mosquitoes bite because they need the protein from blood to produce their eggs.
Wasps have proven to be capable of using logic. They can use two separate pieces of information to draw a conclusion. Wasps can recognize another wasp by identifying the individual from their unique facial patterns.