At Wil-Kil Pest Control, our employees have an average tenure of nine years; our management team has an average of sixteen years of pest management experience. Our employee retention rate is unsurpassed in our industry, which allows us to provide our customers the highest degree of quality service through highly-trained and experienced Service Specialists. Contact us today to learn more about our expert Wisconsin pest control technicians.
Master IPM Specialists
Wil-Kil Pest Control has over one hundred IPM Service Specialists with over fifty technicians certified as Master IPM Specialists in Wisconsin. We also employ over fifty licensed and certified fumigators. No other company in the state can offer you this depth of service.
Associate Certified Entomologists
Wil-Kil employs over twenty Associate Certified Entomologists (ACE). Through their years of practical field experience and thorough training, they have been able to pass a rigorous written examination developed and sponsored by the Entomological Association of America. Wil-Kil is the only company throughout the Midwest to be able to claim this many ACE members and perhaps only one of a handful of Pest Management companies nationwide with this type of acclaim.
Wil-Kil Pest Control is an active participant in the Wisconsin Pest Control Association, Minnesota Pest Management Association and the National Pest Management Association (NPMA). Various members of the Wil-Kil management team are serving or have served our local industry associations as the presidents, past president and board members.
As a Wil-Kil Pest Control client, you have access to the resources of our parent company, Copesan. Copesan is a national provider of pest management services. Combined, this Partner Network boasts a team of more than 100 technical experts, many of whom are internationally recognized in pest management and are leaders in:
- Advancements in strategies for service delivery
- Defining pest management for the future
They hold advanced degrees in entomology, biology and other pest-related disciplines and apply their expertise at the local level.
Copesan Technical Committee
The engine driving the continued development of this expertise is the Copesan Technical Committee (CTC), a group that was formed more than 25 years ago to quickly and efficiently distribute important technical, training and regulatory information throughout the Copesan organization.
The CTC is comprised of more than 30 training specialists from Copesan Partners throughout North America. The CTC studies, scrutinizes, discusses and exchanges information that enables Copesan Partners to solve specific pest problems and be on the cutting edge of pest management technology.