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10 04, 2014

Preventing Pests Begins Outside

April 10th, 2014|Pest Prevention, Total home protection|

Spring pest prevention can be easy as long as you take a few preventative measures to keep pests from entering your home. Pests like ants will be looking to get into your home this spring, and if you’ve done nothing to prevent their entry, there’s a good chance they’ll get in your home and start foraging for food.

27 02, 2014

Stop Ants Before They Enter Your Home This Spring

February 27th, 2014|Ants, Total home protection|

Spring is just around the corner and with it comes warm weather, blooming flowers, and unfortunately for homeowners, ants foraging for food. If proper precautions are not taken to prevent ants, your home and property could become a home and feeding ground for thousands of ants.

12 08, 2013

Moving? Let Our Wisconsin Exterminators Know!

August 12th, 2013|Total home protection, Wisconsin Pest Control|

If you have finally found the house of your dreams and you’re planning a move soon, don’t forget about your home pest control services! You’ll want to give us a call to cancel your current home protection plan, if you have one and then you’ll want to set up your first inspection for your new place. If you currently have services with us at your home, you understand the benefits of having a home pest control service plan to help you deter pests like ants in Wisconsin throughout the year. Our services can help eliminate any pests that may be a problem in your home and then prevent future pest problems from occurring.  Here are some great reasons to remember to set up our Home Protection Plan for your new property from the Wisconsin exterminators at Wil-Kil Pest Control:

21 01, 2013

Mice Got Into My Wisconsin Home, Now What?!

January 21st, 2013|Rodents, Total home protection|

The sound of little feet scurrying through the walls or overhead at night is not pleasant because most homeowners know that this means mice have found their way inside. And with the long, cold winter season in Wisconsin, you can’t really blame the critters for trying to find a warm place to live. But this certainly does not need to be in your home!

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