Appleton Pest Control

Appleton Pest Control Just Got Better

2017 is going to be a big year for us here at Erdye’s Pest Control. Why? Because we are opening a location in Appleton, WI!

Back in 2012, Erdye’s Pest Control was created in Green Bay, WI. It was and still is our intention to provide all of Wisconsin with superior pest control services, and we are working towards that goal.

Starting immediately we have opened up a location in Appleton, WI. This is the second location for us, with the first being in Green Bay.

Appleton Pest Control: Services Provided by Erdye’s

Our second location is in the heart of the Fox Valley so we can provide fast and effective pest control services in Wrightstown, Appleton, Kimberly, Little Chute, Kaukauna, Menasha, Neenah, Oshkosh, and the surrounding area.

The address for our Appleton location is:
Erdye’s Pest Control, LLC
3825 E Calumet St
Suite #105
Appleton WI 54915

Two Locations, Same Great Service

Even though we have a second home, we still believe that all of our customers are family. We treat each of our customer’s needs as if they were our own. That means you can expect us to take care of things quickly and fix your pest control problem the FIRST time.

Also, we extend both our residential and commercial services to all of the Fox Valley as well.

All Erdye’s Pest Control technicians are certified and licensed to perform pest control services in both Wisconsin and Michigan. Many of our tech also has several very specialized certifications, including T•A•P Insulation certified (T•A•P means Thermal, Acoustical, Pest Control) and Convectex Bed Bug Heat Treatment certified, thus allowing us to offer greater pest control options to clients.

Regardless of where you live or the pest situation you’re dealing with, you can always count on Erdye’s Pest Control to help you out. We believe that everyone’s pest situation is unique and one of a kind. Plus we don’t think you should have to pay to find out what’s going on in your home. That’s why we always offer 100% Free Inspections. All you have to do is contact us via phone (CALL: (920) 455-0373
Text/SMS: (920) 373-3985, email, or on Facebook.

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Rodent Control: How Baiting Stations Keep Critters Out of Your Yard

From chipmunks and squirrels to mice and moles, rodents can become a significant problem for you and your family. Because chances are if you have these kinds of rodents anywhere near your house, it’s probably just a matter of time before take the next step and try to get in.

This is why rodent control is so important – if you can eliminate the rodent population around your home or business, you’ll go a long way toward making sure they don’t eventually wind up inside your home or business. One of the ways to do this is through the use of baiting stations.

The Basics of Baiting Stations

Made of sturdy plastic and designed to look like a rock, a baiting station is very inconspicuous from the outside. Rodents can reach the bait and poison inside by way of two small holes near the base of the station, but thanks to a secure lock nobody else will be able to get in, which means it’s safe for any kids or pets in the area.

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Ants in the Home

How to Prevent Ants in the Home

No homeowner who has had to confront the problem of ants in the home needs to be reminded of how big of a nuisance these little pests can be, and winter is often a prime time for ants to try and make their move indoors.

But as this short video demonstrates, there are a number of simple steps you can take to not only prevent ants in the home, but also stop a potential ant infestation.

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Ants Marching: How To Keep Ants Out Of Your House

Nothing ruins a good picnic like ants. Unfortunately, when the picnics move indoors come wintertime, so do these unwelcome guests. Perhaps it is this persistence that has helped make ants America’s #1 nuisance pest, according to the National Pest Management Association.

Two things are certain – homeowners have plenty of opportunities to find ants in and around their living spaces, and there are plenty of ant varieties to be found. But ants aren’t just annoying. From food contamination to property damage, ants can also pose a significant health risk to your home and family.

Where are Ants during Winter?

Winter is, of course, a less active time for ants, but just because they’re less obvious doesn’t mean they’re not around. They’re likely just riding out the cold season deep underground, waiting for the warmth of spring. But in the meantime, if they see your home as a potential food source, they’re going to try and find a way in – through small cracks and crevices in the siding, foundation or weather-stripping – and chances are, once they’re in they’re going to bring a lot of their friends along in due time, laying down a pheromone trail that the colony is sure to follow.
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The Dangers of Mice: 5 Facts to Know

Glue TrapsJust as “snowbirds” head from the chill of northern Wisconsin to the summerlike environs of Arizona and Florida at this time of year, so too do mice and other rodents seek out a warmer place to ride out the upcoming cold winter months. Unfortunately, those mice won’t be making the trip to Arizona or Florida –your basement, attic, crawlspace or garage is more likely where they’ll be looking to find shelter and food for the winter ahead.

Here are five things to keep in mind as this prime time for mouse infestations approaches:

Infestations happen everywhere

October is a prime time for mice to begin moving indoors, and more than 21 million homes in the United States will unwillingly play host to mice this winter, according to PestWorld. Erdye’s Pest Control sets almost 10,000 Victor mouse traps for customers throughout Northeastern Wisconsin and the UP every fall to help combat this migration.

Infestations happen quickly

“Mouse” can become “mice” in a hurry! A typical female mouse can give birth to a dozen babies every three weeks, which can quickly add up to big trouble in your basement or attic. So don’t think that the one little mouse you spotted won’t be much of a concern – chances are he’s not alone. Continue reading The Dangers of Mice: 5 Facts to Know