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10/30/2016
By: Frieda C.
The Bug Ninja
Rip off. Phone is disconnected. Promised a 90 day follow-up but never called as promised and never returned as promised. Scammers.
09/22/2016
By: Marie C.
The Bug Ninja
GREAT PRICE BUT CANNOT REACH THEM TO SCHEDULE FOLLOW UP APT AFTER I HAVE PAID IN FULL FOR A 6 MONTH GUARANTEE. AND THEY (THE BUGS) ARE'NT GONE. DON'T TRUST THEM.
09/14/2016
By: Carrie W.
The Bug Ninja
Never showed up for follow up appt..full voicemail on all phone numbers so no way to contact them..i went to their business address in indy and that company was not there
09/13/2016
By: Alicia W.
The Bug Ninja
I had already paid them and No one showed up to my follow up appointment no phone call very unproffetional!!!
06/03/2016
By: imleaving26
The Bug Ninja
Did a great job with getting the roaches, can't believe the prices are so great! Thanks bug ninja for taking care of me and my family
03/23/2016
By: twinmommy
The Bug Ninja
Thanks Bug Ninja for coming up with this great product, organic is the way to go! NO ODOR!!!!!!I would recommend this company for sure! Safe yet powerful.
03/12/2016
By: yikesssss
The Bug Ninja
Organic pest control is the way to go!!! I don't have to worry about the yucky smell or it being harmful to my animals.
11/02/2012
By: morganstevens
Indianapolis Bed Bug Specialists
Thank goodness, my bed bugs are gone! Thank you very much for the excellent treatments. I believe some house guests gave them to us when they visited. I don't blame them because they are clean people and probably got them from a hotel on their travels. Reasonably priced, good service. Thanks!
11/01/2012
By: georgiacartwright
Indianapolis Bed Bug Specialists
We suffered from bed bugs for weeks before my husband decided to call someone to take care of them. The Indianapolis Bed Bug Specialists were great! They got rid of them and gave us some great tips for keeping them away. So thrilled to be able to sleep in peace again!
Tips & Advices
Certain key differences separate bees from wasps and hornets. Hornets are usually 1 to 1.5 inches in length, and they may be black and white or brownish-reddish in color. They can can become very hostile if their nest is disturbed. Wasps are usually under an inch in length, and they come in a wide variety of colors. Yellow jacket wasps can be hostile, but paper wasps aren't likely to sting unless they perceive a threat.
Both live bee removal and extermination work quite successfully to get rid of bees. However, with extermination, the pesticides used may contaminate other beehives in the community, and this may wipe out local colonies. With live bee removal, bees are trapped and relocated without the use of harmful pesticides. This type of bee removal can be a lot kinder to the local ecology.
Yes, there are several steps you can take to keep bees away from your property. Bees will be attracted to structures that can house their nests, so it's a good idea to minimize outdoor clutter by removing items such as unused appliances and lawn equipment from your yard. If you have previously had a bee problem, make sure the hive and all traces of honeycomb are completely removed, since these bear pheromones that might attract new colonies.
The bee removal process can be handled very swiftly if it is tackled by professionals. If you have a hive on your property, bee removal experts can locate it and remove it within an hour or two. Bee removal professionals have the resources and training to ensure that the process is handled both quickly and safely.
Unlike other types of bee removal, live bee removal does not kill bees. Instead, this type of bee removal relocates bees to an agricultural locale or bee apiary where their pollination abilities can provide maximum value. Live bee removal is available to both commercial and residential customers, and it works to support and preserve the dwindling bee population.

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