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1112, 2019

How to Prevent Mice from Entering My Home

December 11th, 2019|Rodents|

You’ve heard pest control experts say to seal off all entry points to prevent mice. But what does that really mean? Where should I be looking for entry points in my home? How do I [...]

1911, 2019

Are Small Mice Really That Dangerous In Homes?

November 19th, 2019|Rodents|

It can be hard to decide whether mice are cute or gross. While these tiny rodents can be quite innocent looking, don’t be deceived. Mice in Eau Claire and throughout Wisconsin will take advantage of any small openings to get inside homes as the weather begins to cool off this fall.

610, 2019

How Do Mice Get In?

October 6th, 2019|Pest Prevention, Rodents|

Mice chew through walls to get behind your cabinets and climb into drawers. They gnaw through pantry food packages, cereal boxes, pet food bags, and other cardboard or paper packaging. In addition to causing serious damage, mice can carry bacteria and disease in their fur and inside their bellies.

110, 2019

Why Bees & Wasps Are Worse In The Fall

October 1st, 2019|Stinging Insects|

The reason bees and wasps are worse in the fall, is because there are more of them. Emerging from hibernation in early summer, bees and wasps usually max out their living space as fall is just beginning, and sometimes as early as summer's end.

2609, 2019

Bed Bugs: Do I Need to Hire an Exterminator?

September 26th, 2019|Bed Bugs, Bed bugs, Blog, Residential|

Bed bugs are clingy pests that move from host to host and can be easily passed on by visitors in your home, hotel stays and even in public transportation. This makes falling victim to bed [...]

409, 2019

Preparing For A Bed Bug Heat Treatment

September 4th, 2019|Bed Bugs|

Wil-Kil’s eco-friendly bed bug heat treatment circulates hot air at temperatures over 120 degrees throughout infested areas to kill bed bugs and their eggs. Before our thermal radiation specialists can begin heat treatment, there are preparation measures that need to be taken.

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