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Rodents are intelligent and social animals. It is quite easy for an infestation to build up without you ever seeing it because of rodents’ nocturnal habits. If you do see rodents during the day, there is most likely a sizable infestation.

The best protection against rodents for your farm is the Bug Blaster Rodent Protection service. This monthly maintenance program will give your farm the best protection, providing a rodent management program that focuses on using a systematic approach to minimizing rodent activity. This monthly service begins with an inspection of your premises, inside and out, to find signs of rodents.


This inspection serves three useful functions:

  1. Identifying the rodent species involved
  2. Determining the severity of the rodent infestation and location of the problem
  3. Identifying areas for sanitation and rodent proofing


The final step is to implement control measures, which is typically done through baiting. Bait stations will be strategically and safely placed to eliminate your current rodent problems while guarding against re-infestation.

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We have been very happy with the service Will has given us. He has always gone the extra mile to accommodate our needs. Spiders and Box Elder bugs are nearly nonexistent since using The Bug Blaster.

Willard and Lee Ann Bruss from Green Bay, WI
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We understand that property management companies have special pest control needs. You are trying to run a profitable business while simultaneously providing a safe home environment for your tenants.

The Bug Blaster has partnered with many property management companies to provide high-quality, responsive pest control services that cater both to the property management team and to the tenants.

We offer the same services for our property management customers as we do for our home owners. We focus on making sure we have an open line of communication with the management company in order to prevent the spread of problems to adjacent tenants.

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Thank you for your prompt work.

Sandy and Del Henquinet from Peshtigo, WI
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Commercial Pest Control

The Bug Blaster commercial pest control service programs are designed to meet the needs of any business. We have over 20 years’ experience servicing the businesses of Northeast Wisconsin.

We understand that each of our commercial clients has unique needs, including compliance regulations, which must be considered as part of an integrated program.

Our services include a full range of programs to control insects and rodents. Our technicians are highly trained and certified. They are capable of understanding the unique needs of your business and designing a program meeting those needs.

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We continue to be very pleased. We have recommended The Bug Blaster to several people.

Jim and Chris Wiesner from Green Bay, WI
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Green Treatments

Today we all want to do our part to protect the environment. This included looking at how the “green” movement can be applied to controlling unwanted pests.

While most of us are familiar with the process of calling in a professional when we have unwanted pests living among us, most of us have not considered what our part is to prevent them from moving-in in the first place.

This is where the concept of Green Pest Control starts. Within the pest management industry this process is referred to as Green Pest Management (GPM). GPM extends way beyond how to control pests.

When a pest control company states it uses GPM, they should follow the guidelines below:

  • Conserve energy in the office
  • Practice recycling and efficient waste management
  • Utilize efficient vehicle routing to reduce fuel usage
  • Make every possible effort to reduce environmental pollution

When it comes to providing services, GPM companies will encourage non-chemical steps to the management of a pest problem as a critical part of the process. This is often referred to as Integrated Pest Management.


Integrated Pest Management

There are several ways that you can help to control and reduce pest problems utilizing Integrated Pest Management. Think like a bug! Understanding a few basics about insect’s needs and behavior helps to control unwanted populations. Actually, insects have the same basic needs as humans do: food, water and shelter.

Eliminating what insects need to survive can help create a pest-free environment in and around structures. We have created the following checklist as a tool you can use for controlling insects with little or no impact on the environment.

Apply this checklist to your property to reduce pests:

  • Divert all water away from structure
  • Eliminate any standing water
  • Trim back bushes in landscaping and trees from areas around the home or structure
  • Keep all pet food in seal-tight containers
  • Place bird feeders at least 100 feet from the house
  • Seal up all potential access areas around the home or structure
  • Avoid stacking firewood directly on the ground and next to the home or structure
  • Keep trash cans closed tightly

For advice or assistance in controlling pest problems, a pest management professional can be very valuable. Certain pests such as bedbugs, cockroaches, rodents and others are better left to a professional, as extensive knowledge, training and special equipment are often required to eradicate them. Please contact The Bug Blaster to find out how we can work together to provide effective GPM/Integrated Pest Management solutions for your home or business.

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Thanks very much for making time on such short notice to treat our property. I appreciate your efficiency!

Sheila Perks from Suring, WI
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Rodents can easily co-exist with us, living in our walls and attics and sharing our food and water. Rodents love pet food, stored birdseed, and other accessible food sources.

After identifying a rodent problem, the best way to get it under control is to contact a professional pest control technician. DIY treatments bring lackluster results and can be costly.

Our rodent services are delivered on a monthly maintenance schedule when rodents are active. This monthly service begins with an inspection of your premises, inside and out, to find signs of rodent activity.

This inspection serves three useful functions:

Step 1 – Identifying the rodent species involved

Step 2 – Determining the severity and location of the problem

Step 3 – Creating a treatment strategy customized to each situation

We are proud to provide rodent control to the following counties: Marinette, Oconto, Forest, Menominee, Shawano, eastern Marathon, Waupaca, Outagamie, Brown, Door, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Calumet, northern Winnebago, eastern Langlade and the county of Menominee in the UP of Michigan.

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The Bug Blaster takes care of treating our home every fall to keep those Asian Beetles out of our house. Before The Bug Blaster, we were vacuuming up those darn bugs everyday throughout the fall.

The Bug Blaster has also taken care of ant problems in our yard. Once Will came over and treated, we rarely saw ants around our house.

Tom Quinn from Green Bay, WI
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Bed Bug

The resurgence of bed bugs has been a source of significant concern for the pest management industry and for society in general.

Controlling this pest—let alone eradicating it—is extremely difficult because bed bugs have become resistant to insecticides. Customers’ cooperation is often required for successful control.

If you think you might have bed bugs, you need to contact a professional pest control technician right away. An initial onsite inspection is necessary to identify and confirm the presence of bed bugs and to assess the severity of the problem in order to develop a treatment plan.

How Our Treatment Works

Step 1 – Inspection 

The first step to taking care of a bed bug problem is to have a licensed technician complete a site visit. During this visit, the technician will confirm that bed bugs are present. They will also inspect the property to locate the areas that have been infected with bed bugs.

Step 2Pre-treatment prep

You will be given a checklist of items that need to be completed prior to treatment. All steps must be completed 24 hours before the initial treatment is scheduled.

Step 3 – Initial treatment 

The service technician will complete a treatment of all affected areas, which may take several hours.

Step 4 – Follow-up treatment 

Bed bugs require a minimum of three follow-up treatments. The technician will conduct an inspection during each follow-up treatment to determine if bed bug activity is decreasing; affected areas will be treated appropriately.

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Thank you for the great service- Blake is an excellent technician and explained your service very well. The results are already quite outstanding. I am very impressed!

Tom M from Egg Harbor, WI
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Planned and scheduled in advance, preventative treatments are typically done during the spring and fall. To initiate scheduling, you simply call the office or your service technician.

The technician will follow up with the date that you are on the schedule. Because we do preventative treatment on the structure’s exterior, you do not need to be present for us to perform the service.

After the perimeter has been treated, The Bug Blaster will leave or email a notice letting you know that the pest treatment has been completed. If you have any questions or concerns that you would like to discuss, simply call the technician who performed the service. His contact information can be found on the paperwork he sent to you.


Here are just a few reasons why we recommend a perimeter pest control program for our customers:

  • It keeps unwanted pests from invading your home or business.
  • It controls many different types of pests.
  • It takes place outdoors, so you don’t need to be present.
  • It has no bothersome odor.
  • It isn’t harmful to pets, soil, flowers, bushes, or lawns.

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Great Service!

Dan Baldwin from Green Bay, WI
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ant treatment


It is not uncommon to find unwanted pests in your work space or living space at some point during the year. When you run into these situations, please give us a call.

Alternatively, you can fill out the “contact us” form to schedule an appointment or to learn more about identifying and treating specific pests.


Common Pests:

  • Ants
  • Asian Beetles
  • Box Elder Bugs
  • Bed Bugs
  • Cockroaches
  • Crickets
  • Earwigs
  • Flies
  • Wasps
  • Spiders
  • Silverfish
  • Millipedes and Centipedes
  • Mice
  • Rats
  • Any other insect that is bothering you!


How it works:

Step 1: Analysis and estimate

Once you contact us, we will put you in touch with a licensed pest control technician. They can usually provide an analysis and free estimate while scheduling an appointment with you over the phone.

Step 2: Treatment

An appointment will be scheduled for a time that is convenient for you.

Step 3: Follow-up treatment(s)

Several common pests require follow-up treatments. If we are treating your business or residence for one of these pests, we will schedule a follow-up upon completion of the initial treatment.

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Thank you! What a delight to see those nasty gypsy moths dead everywhere! We will pass around your number to neighbors and we plan on service next year.

The Busemans from Keshena, WI
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