Professional Pest Control
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Resources and Links

PPC FAQ
Common questions and answers about Professional Pest Control.

www.k9bedbugdetectionservicellc.com
K-9 Bed Bug Detection Service was created to locate and detect live bed bugs and viable eggs. The company uses certified dogs trained to detect bed bugs and is an independent contractor not associated with any exterminating company.

www.asapbedbugdetection.com
ASAP is independently owned company in which dog and handler are certified by the National Entomology Scent Detection Canine Association. The canine team trains daily with live bed bugs and continues to update their techniques by participating in advanced canine workshops.

www.entomology.wisc.edu/diaglab/entodiag.html
The UW Madison Insect Diagnostic Lab is a great resource for pest control operators. The lab will help you identify insects and insect-damaged plant material.

www.wisconsinpest.com
The Wisconsin Pest Control Association has been the voice of the pest control industry since 1946. Visit the site to learn about the Association, its educational programs, membership benefits, and consumer information.

www.npic.orst.edu
The National Pesticide Information Center provides science-based information about pesticides and pesticide-related topics to enable people to make informed decisions about pesticides and their use.

See How We're Turning Up
the Heat on Bed Bugs!

In November 2008, PPC became the first pest control firm in Wisconsin to use a thermal remediation system to eliminate bed bugs wherever they are found. Thermal remediation is a safe, environmentally-friendly approach to killing bed bugs at all stages of life, from eggs to adults.

Find out more about our
Thermal Remediation services!

Awards & Recognition

Angie's List - Super Service Award 2012 When it comes to service, Professional Pest Control is the benchmark by which others are measured. We've been recognized for exemplary customer service by Angie's List in 2009, 2010 and 2012.