TweetPest Control Information- Weekly Links Round-Up Caterpillars Invade Arizona Would walking into what looks like a â€œscience-fiction movieâ€ scare you? It definitely has creeped out some people in Arizona. These tent caterpillars are a sight to be seen. Moreâ€¦ Great Pest Control Tips That The Experts Swear By! Are you in need of a fewRead More
TweetAh, Valentine’s Dayâ€¦ A day of loveâ€¦ A day of romance. A day of cockroaches? This week loving couples across the country are making romantic plans in anticipation for the big day. Reservations are being made at the finest restaurants. Bouquets of beautiful red roses and boxes of expensive chocolates will be at a premiumRead More
TweetSuper Bowl XLVII in New Orleans was full of twists and turns as the Baltimore Ravens edged the San Francisco 49ers by a score of 34-31. One of the most memorable twists to the game happened to be when the power to half of Mercedes-Benz Superdome, including the scoreboard, went dark with 13:22 left inRead More
TweetPest Control Operator Tips- 12 Ways to Build a Better Day As pest control operators, our days are filled with ups and downs. We find joy in being able to help our customers eliminate serious pest problems, but we also find it challenging to juggle our day-to-day priorities. We must balance our sales, marketing, andRead More
TweetA New Discovery of Rare â€˜Headless’ Ladybug It is said that if a ladybug lands on you it is a sign of good luck. This old myth proved to be accurate when a Montana State University student discovered a new species of ladybug that appeared to be headless. Ross Winton made the discovery in aRead More
Tweet The Culture of the Negotiated Pest Control Transactions Here’s a great blog for us pest control operators that explores the art of negotiating prices among different cultures, and how American’s are catching on. There’s a great take home lesson at the end on setting prices while still being able to negotiate with potential and existingRead More
Tweet As pest control professionals we deal with roach problems almost every day. As we are working to eliminate these pests for our customers, roaches are busy predicting the next president of the United States. The New Jersey Pest Management Association holds a â€œpresidential cockroach derbyâ€ every four years to predict this country’s next president.Read More
TweetDuring one hot summer in Austin, I was performing first time services for new Bulwark customers and training a new technician. It was getting late in the week and the two of us had performed several first time services, so I told the trainee to get started on the outside and I would go inside,Read More
Have you ever tried to talk a woman out of Pest Control? There are certain things that you should just pamper your wife with, and pest control may fall into that category.
My name is Roger James and I’ve been a technician for Bulwark for four years now. I am a team leader and service the community of Steiner Ranch which is in Austin, Texas.