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.
Wil-Kil Pest Control, headquartered in Sun Prairie, Wis., was recognized at Copesan’s annual conference as Quality Partner of the Year. The award ceremony was held on February 9, 2016 in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Wil-Kil Pest Control’s Larry Bloechl Named 2015 Residential Technician of the Year in National Contest
Wil-Kil Pest Control, the Upper Midwest’s quality leader in pest management, today announced Larry Bloechl, IPM Sales and Service Specialist from Stockbridge, WI, has been named the 2015 Residential Technician of the Year by Pest Control Technology (PCT) magazine.
Menomonee Falls, WI – October 29, 2015 Copesan Services, Inc., national commercial pest management provider, is pleased to announce that Deni Naumann, President, has received the distinguished 2015 Women of Excellence award from the National Pest Management Association (NPMA).
They’re creepy, they’re crawly and they certainly don’t belong in your house. Halloween has come early this year and we’ve had an abundance of spider calls!
As the weather gets colder, spider invasions are on the rise! Fox 6 Studio A’s Brian Kramp met up with Wil Kil’s Randy Allen to take a closer look at where spiders could be hiding in the home … or where they could be lurking outside waiting to get in.
Termites aren’t the only pests who have an appetite for wood! Carpenter ants, one of our biggest pest problems this summer, also love to tunnel in moist structures. Find out the difference between these two structure-threatening pests, along with some tips to prevent them, with Jay Newell, IPM Sales & Service Manager, as he visits NBC 15 in Madison.
Yellow jackets are certainly worthy of avoiding, as insect stings are the leading cause of death from venomous creatures. While they are not noted for being extremely aggressive, yellow jackets will sting people if they feel physically threatened. They will also fervently defend their nest if they think that it is being disturbed.
At Wil-Kil, we're proud to be a finalist in the Top Choice Awards, Best of Greater Milwaukee reader’s poll run by the multi-Pulitzer Prize-winning Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel.
Some ants love to hang around a picnic, and others have an appetite for moist wood. Protect your home from carpenter ants during their busiest time of the year with these tips from Randy Allen, Regional Manager of Wil-Kil Pest Control.