Orkin Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin

Menomonee Falls Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

Orkin Branch Near You

Butler, WI  Branch #610

Residential

13170 W Glendale Ave
Butler, WI 53007

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (262) 781-2199

In an effort to better serve you and your community, every Orkin Man receives unparalleled industry training. Your Orkin Man was trained by one of the top 125 training programs in the nations — receiving 160 hours of hands-on training during his first year on the job. He’s trained to use the most effective approach to treat your specific pest problem and situation.

Branch Manager

Richard Wood

Services Offered

Top Pests in Milwaukee, WI

Based on service calls in your area.

  1. Rodent
  2. Bed Bug
  3. Roach
  4. Occasional Invaders
  5. Wildlife
  6. Flea
  7. Spider
  8. Termite
  9. Ant - Carpenter
  10. Centipede/Millipede

Branch Manager

Richard Wood

Branch #610

13170 W Glendale Ave
Butler, WI 53007

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (262) 781-2199


Orkin serves the following communities near Menomonee Falls:


Brookfield, Brown Deer, Butler, Cedarburg, Elm Grove, Germantown, Glendale, Grafton, Lannon, Menomonee Falls, Mequon, Merton, Pewaukee, River Hills, Sussex, Thiensville, Wauwatosa.

Menomonee Falls Pest Pressure

Menomonee Falls, WI, is known for its long, cold winters and above-average annual precipitation. It is also an area rife with tick activity. Deer ticks and American dog ticks are common throughout Wisconsin. In addition to the inconvenience of their bites, these pests are vectors for diseases like Lyme disease, anaplasmosis, ehrlichiosis, and babesiosis. Lyme disease can be especially problematic for some people, leading to permanent difficulties with the heart and nervous system.

Due to the area’s high precipitation levels, it’s not surprising that Menomonee Falls residents and governmental agencies are vigilant about mosquitoes. These pests prefer standing water as breeding locations and are carriers of the West Nile virus. The first human cases of West Nile appeared in Wisconsin in 2002, and symptoms include fever, headache, and fatigue. As such, some people can become seriously ill when bitten by infected mosquitoes.