Wil-Kil Pest Control was founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1924 by Henry Turrie. The company is headquartered in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin with branch offices in Appleton, Wisconsin, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin and Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. To date, Wil-Kil eliminates over twelve species of pests for both residential and commercial customers. They are licensed with a long list of local and national pest organizations.
Wil-Kil's flagship program is their Home Protection Program. This program offers:
The 20-point inspection of a customer's home and property pinpoints problem areas. After the inspection, Wil-Kil suggests the appropriate structural and environmental changes to eliminate current or potential pest problems. Then they develop and implement an individualized and focused strategy to help protect a customer's home and property from pests. Another bonus: Wil-Kil's services for homes are performed in an environmentally conscious manner using the following:
Also worth mentioning is Wil-Kil's other premier residential program, EnviroGuard. This program was designed to balance cost-effectiveness and eco-friendly practices. EnviroGuard is offered in Two tiers:
For commercial and industrial customers, Wil-Kil offers IPM (Integrated Pest Management) Programs. These IPM programs are modular, giving customers choices in services and covered pests. This allows them to zero in on their target problem for simple, effective solutions to all industry-related pest problems in all the company's locations. Industries Wil-Kil provides Integrated Pest Management programs to:
Final note: One seemingly minor but significant detail is that Wil-Kil has a separate phone number for residential and commercial inquires. This makes for more compatible services to fit the needs of two very different customer bases. Separate phone lines also allows there to be customer service specialization.
Wil-Kil falls short with providing potential customers with a clear picture of how much their services will cost. They do better than most by mentioning a monthly fee for their EnviroGuard programs, but simultaneously "hint" at initial fees that may apply. (Chances are they will).
Their website is lacking in some crucial information; we would like to see more information regarding: