Every year we hear threats here and there against our country, but the biggest threats are right in our back yard. Pests like ants, beetles, and termites can truly terrorize homeowners year round. This fourth we want you to feel protected from these colorful bugs that can infiltrate your home.
Blazing Red Fire Ants
Hotter than your barbecue and chipotle chicken, Fire ants can be disastrous pests to crash your 4th of July celebration. Fire ants are extremely aggressive and territorial. They are well known for their harsh sting, which is unique to this pest. Avoid getting stung, or you’ll really have blazing chicken legs! The queen can produce up to 1,600 eggs per day, and colonies establish themselves quickly. Whether it’s on the grill or inside your home, Bulwark Exterminating will put out any blaze.
Tiny White Termites
While white may be a symbol for peace, there is nothing peaceful about finding termites on your property. Termites can wreak havoc on a home and go unnoticed for years. These pesky insects have a special diet consisting of all things wood. This includes the structure of your home and any wooden furniture nearby. These pests won’t just steal your hot dog; they’ll steal the stick too. Bulwark is here to terminate these pests.
True Blue Blister Beetles
One pest you know will definitely be at the firework show is the blister beetle. With a metallic blue pop, these beetles know how to protect themselves. Their name comes from their ability to release harmful chemicals that can cause blisters and irritation. Squashing one of these bugs will release the harmful toxin. Bulwark is here to keep the beetle show under control.
Happy Independence Day
Whether they’re red, white, or blue, every year bugs threaten to destroy the peace at your backyard picnic. Some have wings, some have stingers, and others are just flat out smelly. Whatever the trouble, Bulwark wants to ensure you have a great Independence Day. With the freedom to exterminate away, we will establish the Bulwark Barrier to bring peace and protection.