17 07, 2017

Protecting the Bees – DIY’s and Other Harmful Tactics

July 17th, 2017|Blog, Residential, Stinging Insects, Total home protection|

Deciding what to do about bees if they are invading your home or yard can put you between a rock and a hard place. On [...]

7 06, 2017

Bed Bug Awareness Week

June 7th, 2017|Bed Bugs, Commercial, Lodging & hospitality, Multi-unit housing, Property management, Residential, Total home protection|

June 4 – 10 is Bed Bug Awareness Week, an annual observance by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) to promote public vigilance against bed [...]

29 03, 2017

What Do Termites Love?

March 29th, 2017|Termites, Total home protection|

While we’re all familiar with the termite’s need for food, there are a number of other things termites are drawn to in Midwestern homes. Understanding [...]

7 02, 2017

5 Tips for a Pest Free 2017

February 7th, 2017|Pest Prevention, Residential, Total home protection|

With the new year in full swing and the spring season (fingers crossed) coming soon, it’s a great time to cover some of the things [...]

4 10, 2016

Overwintering Bugs in Your Home

October 4th, 2016|Fall Pests, Hibernating insect control, Residential|

Football consumes your Sundays, leaves are changing colors, giving you another yard chore, and your kids are now the school’s responsibility during the day…fall is [...]

5 10, 2015

Today’s TMJ4: Don’t Let Your Home Fall Prey to Fall Invaders

October 5th, 2015|Box Elder Bugs, Fall Pests, Hibernating insect control, News, Pest Prevention, Total home protection, Wisconsin Pest Control|

Cooler nighttime temperatures make us all want to bundle up, especially Asian Lady Beetles and Boxelder Bugs. These fall invaders sneak into homes in the fall, stay the winter and then look to escape back outside in the spring.

5 08, 2015

Mosquito Season In The Great Lakes Region

August 5th, 2015|Mosquito control, Mosquitoes, Pest Prevention|

 Here in the Wisconsin, we’re no strangers to mosquitoes.  How can we be when we live in the great lakes region and water is a major attraction to these pests? More than a nuisance though, mosquitoes are a serious threat to health. 

28 01, 2015

Winter Weather And Pest Invasion

January 28th, 2015|Hibernating insect control, Pest Prevention|

There are a lot of things that can damage your home in winter: heavy wet snow on the roof, ice on gutters and eaves, expansion and contraction, and high winds. When winter weather conditions hit your home, you should be watching closely. There are many pests that don't hibernate and they are waiting to find a hole in your defenses--if they're not already chewing one. Here is a short list of pests and what they are hoping winter weather will do to your house.

20 11, 2014

Exclusion Tips To Seal Out Overwintering Pests

November 20th, 2014|Fall Pests, Hibernating insect control, Pest Prevention, Wildlife control|

Exclusion. Have you heard the term? Do you know what it means? Well, the golden age of Pesticides is behind us. Pest companies no longer come to your house and douse everything--including your bed--in a heavy coating of pesticides. Though this method was highly effective at killing bugs, it did a pretty good job of making humans sick too. In this modern day, pest control companies rely on a worldwide database of pest information to "exclude" pests from your home. Think of exclusion as a sort of cold shoulder. If we were talking about a human pest, exclusion would come in the form of, perhaps, not answering the door, not returning a phone call, or putting a lock on the door.

5 11, 2014

NBC 15 Madison: Winter pest control tips from Wil-Kil Pest Control

November 5th, 2014|Hibernating insect control, News|

Shane McCoy, director of quality and technical training, visits NBC 15 in Madison to show viewers how to seal up their homes to prevent overwintering pests.

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