Chippewa Falls, Wis., June 30, 2016 – At a ribbon-cutting ceremony held today, Wil-Kil Pest Control, a leader in pest control unveiled the opening of its new state-of-the-art training center located at 4259 N Prairie [...]
Mosquitoes, flies, wasps and other common summer pests may want to crash your summer party – annoying your guests and keeping them from enjoying the outdoor environment. Entertaining outdoors definitely heats up during the summer [...]
Shonkwiler Joins Wil-Kil Pest Control Appleton, Wis., August 18, 2016 – Wil-Kil Pest Control, a leader in pest management services in the upper Midwest, today announced the recent appointment of Norman Shonkwiler as regional manager. [...]
With the cool weather settling in, homeowners begin to retreat indoors. While many cozy up near the fire, they forget that pests are also looking for warmth. Before homeowners realize it, rodents, Asian lady beetles, [...]
As you pack your bags and jet-off to a warm location for spring break vacation, Zika Virus and bed bugs may be greeting you upon your arrival. Zika Virus, transmitted by mosquitoes, is prevalent in popular spring break destinations and is an ongoing threat that travelers should be aware of. In addition to Zika Virus, bed bugs are also a pest to be aware of while traveling as they can be found in hotels across the globe and can easily hitch a ride back home if you are not careful. To avoid these risk pests, read the tips below so you can relax on your spring break trip.
Shane McCoy, Quality and Technical Training Director and Dale Bauerkemper, Vice President and General Manager for Wil-Kil Pest Control, the Upper Midwest’s quality leader in pest management, met with Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson and Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner in Washington D.C. to represent the pest management industry and discuss important issues, including Zika Virus, the Department of Labor’s Proposed Overtime Rule and NPDES Permits.