Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Rose Pest Solutions, the nation’s oldest pest management company offering clients safe, industry-leading pest management technology, has acquired Kokomo, Indiana-based Indiana Pest Control (IPC).
Rose has been serving Indiana clients for nearly four decades from offices in Niles, Michigan (serving the South Bend community) and Fort Wayne. This acquisition allows Rose to expand its footprint in the Midwest by adding IPC’s original location at 231 Rainbow Dr. in Kokomo, established in 1989 and, more recently, an Indianapolis office at 4615 N. Shadeland Ave.
Both family-owned, QualityPro accredited companies offer a broad range of similar residential and commercial pest management and wildlife control services. The agreement brings Rose’s highly effective canine bed bug inspections and professional fumigation services to clients throughout Central Indiana.
“We’re excited about what the Rose and Indiana Pest Control teams can do together to expand our presence, to enhance our service offerings and to grow in the Indiana market,” said Russ Ives, CEO of Rose Pest Solutions.
Indiana Pest Control was founded by Homer (JR) Campbell Jr., who will take on a consultant role with Rose Pest Solutions.
Rose Pest Solutions is the nation’s oldest pest management company offering clients safe, industry-leading pest management technology. It provides a wide range of services, including residential and commercial pest control. Technicians always strive to use the least invasive, most effective pest control services to fit each client’s unique needs. Rose Pest Solutions is dedicated to being a good global citizen by keeping environmental impact and human safety at the forefront of its daily operations, which is demonstrated regularly in both residential and commercial services. Technicians at Rose also receive ongoing education and training, which allows them to provide the latest in pest management technology.
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