Pest Control Services

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Service Area

We serve the majority of western Wisconsin including the following counties:

  • St. Croix

  • Pierce

  • Dunn

  • Polk

  • Barron

  • Washburn

Services Available
  • Monthly

  • Bi-monthly

  • Quaterly

  • Customized Plans

  • 1-time services available.

Mice

Whether you have 1 or a dozen- 1 mouse is enough!  A female mouse may breed up to 6 times in a year, YIKES! Our technicians are highly trained and know where to look for rodent entry points.  Call us now and we’ll let you know what we can do for you!

 

Asian Beetles

If you’ve ever had a problem with these, we hate them as much as you do!  Asian Beetles were introduced into this country to control aphids.  Unfortunately they have become a huge nuisance themselves.  Many people say they can bite and also stink when you kill them.  Western Wi Pest Control has a treatment plan for you.  Call us now for a free quote!

Spiders 

We have lots of spiders in Wisconsin, over 35 kinds!  From garden, to cellar spiders and now wolf and fishing spiders, not many people care for spiders in/on their home.  Western  WI Pest Control has a treatment plan for you.  Call us now for a free quote!

 

Ants

You come home one day from work and bam! Ants in your kitchen.  You try some store bought stuff and it’s not working.  Call Western Wi Pest Control.  We can solve your problem and keep your home safe from these little guys!

 

Carpenter Ants

They come in all different sizes, most people think they are only big black ants.  Not true, they come in different sizes.  Whether big or small, if you are consistently seeing them in your house-you can guarantee they are causing some damage to your home!  Call Western Wi Pest Control today and keep your house Carpenter ant free!

Funnel-Web Spiders

These are common outdoors and are occasionally found indoors.They are generally brownish or grayish with light and dark stripes near the head. They have long spinnerets and are moderate-sized (3/4" long).

Wolf Spiders

An adult is 1/2" to more than 1" in body length - mottled gray to brown in color, with a distinct Union Jack impression on its back. The female carries its young on its back. This spider is a ground dweller, with a burrow retreat. It has a roving nocturnal lifestyle to hunt its prey and can move very rapidly when disturbed. Commonly found around the home, in garden areas with a silk lined burrow sometimes with a lid or covered by leaf litter or grass woven with silk as a little fence around the rim of the burrow. ​

House Spiders

The adults are about 1/2" in body length and are a dark brown to black velvet textured appearance. ​ They spin lacy, messy web and prefer dry habitats in secluded locations. They are commonly found in window framing, under eaves, gutters, in brickwork, shed, toilets, and among rocks and bark. Electric lights attract their prey -moths, flies, mosquitos, and other insects. 

Mosquitos

There are over 3,000 species of mosquitos worldwide. Mosquitos are largely aquatic with most of their development occurring in or near stagnant water. Only the females feed on or "bite" humans to obtain protein necessary for egg laying. Mosquitos are cold-blooded creatures and o no generally bite in temperatures below 50 degrees. They can live as long as 2-3 months and adults that hibernate can live as long as 6-8 months. 

Little Black Ants

This common house-infesting ant nests inside wall voids, under carpets, in woodwork, decaying wood, and masonry. Little black ants may build outdoor colonies under rocks, logs, debris, or in landscape mulch. They may forage to indoor food sources along baseboards and carpet edges. 

Deer Mouse

The Deer Mouse is a small, cute animal, with big round eyes and big ears. It's body is normally about 2-3" long and the tail being another 2-3" in length. Mice live in and around homes, farms, commercial establishments and in open fields. The onset of cold weather each fall in temperate regions may cause mice to move into structures in search of shelter and food. 

Wasps

Wasps can be very aggressive. They also have the capability to sting multiple times. They like to build nests around homes, including under eaves & behind siding. Wasps can even build nests under ground, in trees & shrubs. A queen starts a new colony in the spring, creating worker's to bring food & to make the nest larger. She then lays more eggs. A wasp colony in Wisconsin can grow to as many as 300 wasps. 

Additional Pest Control Services
  • Mosquito / Tick Control

  • Flea Treatment

  • Rats

  • Box Elder Bugs

  • Centipedes

  • Crickets

  • Earwigs

  • Hornets

  • Millipedes

  • Mites

  • Stink Bugs

  • Wasps

  • Squirrel Eviction

  • Bat Eviction 

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