Household Pests

Eliminating Household Pests

Prompt, EPA-Certified Household Pest Control

For 88 years, Central Indiana's go-to resource for getting rid of household pests has been Arab Termite and Pest Control Inc. Our local, family-owned and -operated company provides excellent pest control services from four locations. FREE, no-obligation inspections are available, too!

Call today to schedule service for the extermination of fleas, ticks, mice, rats, flies, earwigs, centipedes, and more.
  • Indianapolis: 317-545-1275
  • Greenwood: 317-888-1999
  • Anderson: 765-642-4208
  • Lafayette: 765-742-4370

Treatments to Eradicate a Variety of Infestations

  • Roaches
  • Spiders
  • Fleas 
  • Ticks
  • Mice
  • Rats
  • Weeds
  • Flies
  • Silverfish
  • Beetles
  • Mosquitoes (fogging treatments)
  • Moths
  • Earwigs
  • Millipedes
  • Centipedes
  • Fungi
  • Birds
  • Carpenter bees
  • Carpenter ants
  • Wasps
  • Hornets
  • And other pests 

Bird Control and Cleaning

Pest birds and their droppings are a corrosive nuisance as well as a disease-carrying health hazard. Recently, some U.S. birds have been found to be infected with the deadly West Nile Virus.

Controlling birds requires specialized training and experience, and saving protected bird species should be part of a good bird control program.

Arab Termite and Pest Control has many decades of experience and success in completing thousands of bird programs. Our services include bird dispersal, repellant, and exclusion programs. Arab also offers cleaning of bird droppings on your property.

Fly Control

Bothersome flies carry health-risking diseases. Small flies and gnats usually breed indoors, and we provide sanitation inspections to determine the source. Several species commonly invade commercial enterprises like restaurants, hospitals, food-handling plants, etc., as well as homes. Inspections by the Board of Health that find proof of flies on the premises can even lead to a citation. 

Arab Termite and Pest Control has the experience and expertise to design preventive and corrective programs for flies. We sell a variety of flying insect light traps that are functional and attractive. Other options to solve and prevent infestations include fly bait, quick-kill aerosols, and microbial cleaners.

Carpenter Bees, Wasps, and Hornets

While most stinging and biting pests such as wasps, hornets, and carpenter bees don't present a significant risk to many people, their attacks can be very painful. A number of bug bites and stings can be dangerous to babies and young children, the elderly, and people with allergic reactions to insect venom.

To keep stinging and biting pests away from you and your property, let us come up with a plan to do the job effectively.
Carpenter ants

Carpenter Ants

Carpenter ant control starts with a thorough inspection in and around your home or business, especially in areas that are conducive to carpenter ants, from the ground level to the roof peak. 

Carpenter ants are most active at night. An evening inspection is necessary to locate a difficult carpenter ant problem. The key to elimination is locating the colony. Nests are typically found in wall or ceiling voids that are hard to reach.

Where carpenter ants trail into a building isn't always where the main colony may be found. Sometimes they form satellite colonies where they enter and exit a structure. Satellite colonies are in between the main colony and food or swarming locations. The ants may enter a location and then climb through walls and rafters to where the nest is really located. 

After the nest or entrances are found, the wall or ceiling void may be drilled and treated to eliminate the entire colony.

Moisture Control

The presence of moisture in commercial and residential buildings can cause structural damage. Termites, carpenter ants, and other wood-destroying insects are attracted to moist or wet structures.

We possess the experience and trained technicians to take corrective measures and solve your moisture problem.
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