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This July 4th Declare Your Independence From Pests

Wasps On Watermelon

“You can’t separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his freedom.” -Malcom X Some 238 years ago, this Country’s founding fathers wanted independence from Great Britain’s rule of taxation and tyranny. On July 4, 1776 they made a stand! The Second Continental Congress, comprised of colonists like John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin, adopted the Declaration of Independence. Enough with the oppression! All those years ago, our forefathers pronounced their legal separation of the then Thirteen Colonies. This Independence Day, if you’re being oppressed by a malicious regimen of pests; it’s time to say enough as well! Pronounce your independence from pests… Read More

Pest Control Trust Certified

Trust Certified

Bulwark Exterminating is proud to announce that we are Trust Certified! We have joined up with TC Referrals, a complimentary service that allows homeowners and businesses to quickly find reliable, certified service professionals they can trust to help with any of their household, auto, and commercial facility service’s needs! What Is Trust Certified? Bulwark Pest Control is proud to announce that we are Trust Certified! What exactly does Trust Certified mean? It means Bulwark has passed TC Referrals comprehensive 8-Step Trust Certification Process and has been given the Trust Certified Stamp of Approval for our pest control and termite control services! TC Referrals has researched and sorted through hundreds of businesses;… Read More

Esteemed Writer Enlightens Masses With 1000 Published Blogs

1000 Blogs Published Trophy

Queen Creek, Arizona– At a ceremony held in a Barro’s Pizza banquet room Tuesday evening, noted pest control and insect blogger Anthony Ball, 32, was recognized by his peers in the pest control community with an award honoring his illustrious writing career, and accomplishment of publishing 1000 blogs. The black-tie ceremony was reportedly attended by over six prominent pest control professionals, many of whom lauded Ball for his deep and lasting influence in both the literary and pest control fields. Ball, who is regularly featured in WritersDigest.com’s list of the nation’s top 500 sexiest bloggers, amassed the 1000 blog publications in just 20 short months. His creative, well-researched works on… Read More

3 Pests Often Confused For Scorpions

vinegaroon

With the dreaded scorpion season just around the corner, many of us will be on the lookout for these stinging pests inside our homes. Seeing one of these malevolent scorpions scurry across our bathroom floor is enough to send us running to the nearest telephone to call a local scorpion exterminator. Sometimes the creepy-crawlies we see inside our homes or on our properties are not scorpions at all; just pests that closely resemble a scorpion. They’re still ugly, and they still look dangerous; even though they are generally harmless. Here are three pests we commonly confuse for scorpions: 1. Whipscorpions  A pest control technician from Bulwark Exterminating in Mesa recently… Read More

Brown Recluse Or Wolf Spider?

Cornered Wolf Spider

For those living in spider infested areas, the first thing that comes to mind when we see a spider is, “It’s gonna kill me!” The reality is that most spiders can’t kill you. One of the common venomous spiders around is the brown recluse. This spider is easily confused with the wolf spider, but we are here today to make sure you know just what kind of pest you’re dealing with. Physical Differences Their Basic Stuff These spiders differ substantially in size and color. Measuring from ½ an inch to 2 inches in length, the wolf spider is much larger and more robust than the brown recluse which measures from… Read More

Daddy Something Bit Me!

Assassin Bug bites

I was lying in bed last night, in that state where you’re half awake and half asleep. It’s then I heard a sound no father wants to hear… A blood-curdling scream coming from my daughter’s bedroom. As I threw off my covers, and clumsily dashed through the hall to my daughter’s bedroom, I was greeted by my petrified and hysterical four-year-old. “Daddy, something bit me!!!” Daddy Something Bit Me! After hearing the discerning news, that my daughter was either bit or stung by something as she lie in her bed, my first thought was “scorpion!” Living in Arizona, it’s actually fairly common to be stung by a scorpion while in… Read More

Friday Favorites: Weekly Links Round-Up

House Centipede

House Centipede: One Scary Looking Dude! Okay it’s time for my vote and I think the house centipede is one scary looking dude! Here’s why… Read More What Pests Pose Threats To Commercial Properties? The list of diseases pests can transmit is substantial. There are a few pests that are the biggest culprits… Read More Common Animals that Live in the Attic Your attic is a common hideout for pests. These are the biggest culprits… Read More From Yellow Page Spammers to Bad Plumbers Who PPC Are yesterday’s Yellow Page spammers today’s internet spammers? Read More Simple Pest Control Here are a few simple and green pest control tips from… Read More

Top Five Pantry Pests To Watch Out For

rice weevil

Waking up in the mornings to a bowl of cereal is a wonderful part of everyone’s morning routine, but finding bugs in your cereal is definitely nothing close to wonderful. So many bugs find their way into our pantries; it hurts to toss your favorite box of almost full cereal just because of these annoying bugs. While they may all look like just bugs, the following are the most common pests that invade our pantries. 1. Indianmeal Moth The indianmeal moth’s favorite meal is cereal. It will also feed on grains, seeds, dried fruits, nuts, and dry pet food. Adults are about 9 mm long and vary in brownish and… Read More

Pest Control: Weekly Links Round-Up

Ants

Pest Control: Weekly Links Round-Up FAQs About Structural Pest Control Inspections Get your questions answered about what information is included on the inspection report, if all recommendations have to be completed before the sale of the home, and how long is an inspection report considered valid, here. Top 3 Pests In Austin The top three pests in Austin, Texas might surprise you. More… Small Whitefly Creates Big Mess There’s a Whitefly epidemic in Southwest Florida. Here’s what you need to know. More… Knockout Pest Control Sponsoring the Long Island Fight for Charity – KO-12 Knockout Pest Control is proud to support the Long Island Fight for Charity and is sponsoring… Read More

10 Ways To Control Allergen Causing Dust Mites

House Dust Mite

You cough! You sneeze! Your eyes water so much it’s difficult to even see! I’m talking of course about allergies, and one of the leading causes of allergies in the United States happens to be a microscopic bug called a House Dust Mite. While some people experience seasonal allergies caused by high pollen in the air, many people experience year round allergies that are frequently caused by these dust mites. In fact, some 35 million people suffer from dust mite allergies. Read More About The Worst Allergy Cities In The Country What can you do about dust mites? Even the most zealous housekeeper cannot completely eliminate dust mite populations, but… Read More