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Presto-X Opens Indianapolis Branch

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The company announced the opening of a new branch to serve the metropolitan Indianapolis area.

| September 19, 2013

INDIANAPOLIS — Presto-X announced the opening of a new branch to serve the metropolitan Indianapolis area. A Rentokil pest control company, Presto-X provides full service pest control for both the residential and commercial markets. For more than two years, Presto-X has been servicing the Indianapolis area, a top 50 marketplace for pest control.

“Our company’s highly-trained, licensed professionals are familiar with pests unique to this area,” said David Rooker, district manager for Presto-X. “This knowledge gives both homeowners and business facility managers the peace of mind that they will be provided with the safest, most effective pest control program for inside and outside their structures, as well as education about how to prevent pests before they become a problem.”

The new office is located at 7710 Moller Rd., Indianapolis and is co-located with Rentokil’s interior landscaping company, Ambius. 

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