Anderson Pest Solutions Opens New Office in Waukesha, Wisconsin

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Anderson Pest Solutions, the largest family-owned pest control company in the Midwest, is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Waukesha, Wisconsin, to better serve the suburban Milwaukee area.  The new Waukesha office joins Anderson’s other Wisconsin offices in Racine, Milwaukee, and Madison.

At the official grand opening on December 1st, Mark O’Hara, President of Anderson Pest Solutions, stated that the office “reflects our commitment to expanding Anderson’s service and market share in South and Central Wisconsin.”

Management of the new office is trusted to the leadership of the recently promoted District Manager, Chris Emery, and to District Sales Representative, Tanisha Daniels. “Chris’ strong leadership skills and dedication to providing quality service along with Tanisha’s commitment to growth create an invaluable dynamic that we believe will allow us to flourish in this new market,” according to O’Hara.

The new office is located at 1501 Paramount Dr, Waukesha, WI 53186, and is in the heart of Waukesha, with ready access to Anderson’s present clients. Anderson’s continually expanding Wisconsin service area is currently bounded on the north by Green Bay, on the west by Madison, and on the south by Beloit. Other major Wisconsin communities served include Milwaukee, Racine, New Berlin, Brookfield, Greendale, Shorewood, and West Allis.

About Anderson Pest Solutions
Anderson is the longest running pest solutions company in the Midwest. Since 1913, Anderson has been providing solutions for pest issues for residential and commercial properties in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Wisconsin, and Indiana. Anderson’s service is backed by one of the strongest customer satisfaction guarantees in the industry.

Anderson is a recipient of the Environmental Protection Agency’s “gold” status, and was designated by the EPA as an “outstanding environmental steward” for their “demonstrated commitment to pesticide risk reduction.”