I remember a call that I got last April, and it is a month this customer will never forget. While in her laundry room, she noticed an odd, gray bug clinging to the wall. She showed it to her husband and neither of them knew exactly what it was, so into the garbage disposal it went. Afterwards, she went out of town leaving her dogs and husband at home for about ten days. When she returned, she found another odd bug in the laundry room. She also found ticks crawling on the walls, floors and embedded in her poor little pups! She immediately called the vet and picked up some very expensive tick guard. She went to the local pet store and bought even more expensive sprays and foggers to try to stop these horrible little creatures from their massive invasion. She had to take all my dogs to the groomer and have them shaved so she could check them for ticks on an hourly basis!
Her tick problem was just getting worse so the neighbor, vet and groomer suggested she seek professional intervention. Heeding the neighbor’s advice, she called Bulwark and spoke to me. I made a special trip to their home the very next day because I could hear and feel the frustration and overall panic in her voice. The customer said in a review “Chris and his technicians came to our home several more times treating the yard, inside the home and even provided them with some tick spray for our dogs!” We answered their calls and her questions in a caring professional manner. It took about two months to completely eradicate the ticks and all their eggs, but they are happy to report they are tick free! Bulwark sprays their home once a month and they continue to be pest free. Living on the desert of Phoenix is beautiful but leaves everyone more susceptible to many critters, large and small. The small ones are oftentimes the most irritating and destructive. She continued to say, “Thank goodness for the professional team of Bulwark and their ability to take care of all our pest problems. I always recommend Bulwark and Chris Benham to anyone who does not want a pest problem!”