Jeffersontown is a major suburb of Louisville. Notably in Jeffersontown, the Bluegrass Commerce Park (formerly known as The Bluegrass Research & Industrial Park) opened in 1966 and encompasses 600 acres. It was the first such development in the United States. Today, Bluegrass Commerce Park has expanded to more than 1,800 acres and is home to approximately 850 businesses. The park is the largest in the state of Kentucky. The 38,000 employees who work there make the park and Jeffersontown the third-largest city of employment in the state.
All of the amazing things to do in Jeffersontown as well as the many employers and employees it attracts make it a prime spot pest pressures. Bed bugs don’t care if your hotel has five stars or not or if the property you manage has all positive customer reviews. Even high-end restaurants and bars have what attracts rats, flies, ants, and cockroaches. Jeffersontown, just like any town or city in Kentucky, has everything pests need and want to survive and thrive.
Homes in Jeffersontown and its surrounding areas have their own pest issues. Termites are a serious issue in Kentucky and the Jeffersontown area is no different. Ants are always an issue in this part of the country, and so are moles. Anyone with a nice, manicured lawn in the Jeffersontown area knows that. Homeowners and business owners in the Jeffersontown area both need a pest control company that understand the pests in the area, the area itself, and the pest treatments that will get rid of ants, moles, bed bugs, brown recluse spiders, and any other pest that may be bugging you. That’s why they need the largest pest control company based in Kentucky – OPC Pest Services.
OPC came to investigate a potential pest problem to satisfy an inspection requirement for us selling our home. They didn’t find any evidence of a problem. We have been trying to get an email or some evidence that they’ve been out for over a week now with no success. We call each day and keep getting the same answer that they’ll send it or have to speak with someone else internally but nothing is ever sent.