Protecting your Family & Home
Knight Pest Control serves East Central INDIANA and Preble County, OHIO with quality and affordable pest control. We protect homes and businesses from insects and rodents which make life unpleasant.
Knight Pest Control serves East Central Indiana including Prebble County Ohio. New Castle, Knightstown, Muncie, Richmond, Connersville and Rushville. Residents have come to depend on Knight Pest Control for professional and affordable elimination of insects and rodents.
Bedbug extermination is a Knight Pest Control specialty. Our treatments against bedbugs are highly effective. We work closely with the homeowner so that they understand the process involved in bedbug treatments.
Indiana’s climate is suitable for a number of spiders, which inhabit gardens and wooded areas and sometimes find their way into homes. These species range from venomous spiders to harmless arachnids that are commonly found in this part of the country.
With spring upon us, spiders and ants are a lot more plentiful. Knight Pest Control can put a safe, invisible barrier around your home to keep the unwanted insects out.
German and brown-banded cockroaches reproduce quickly. Knight Pest Control can administer a preventive treatment in and around you home to end and prevent a cockroach infestation.
Bees and Wasps
Knight Pest Control is ready for bees and wasps. Swarm season in Indiana is around Mother’s Day. Sometimes, there can be swarms in March and into September, as well. This depends on the weather and the hive condition.
Bees swarm as a natural method of reproduction or increase in population. Usually because a hive is overcrowded and the queen has run out of space to lay eggs. She will stop laying eggs and shrink in size so she can fly. When swarming, the queen takes off with part of the population to start a new colony. The old colony will make a new queen and continue to prosper.
The swarm flies away, lands and clusters on a tree limb, brush or other site. The swarm cluster can be the size of a softball to larger than a basketball. Normally, they eventually move to a preferred home such as a hollow tree, but they have been known to settle in house eaves, attics, and even walls. Indiana Department of Natural Resources
Rats and Mice
Rats and mice can be found in and around every town and farm in the country. It is estimated that there is one rat for every person living in the United States. Rodents have followed man to almost all parts of the world. They have no respect for social class; they are equal opportunity pests.
Rats and mice are so closely linked to man they are called domestic rodents. Man supplies their three basic needs: food, shelter, and water.
Rodents are a threat to health, and they interfere with our economic and physical well-being. Indiana State Department of Health