Bulwark Family Pest Control Service is the most reviewed exterminator in Charlotte, North Carolina. We serve all residents living in Charlotte and surrounding areas. The increase of pest problems in Charlotte stems from the introduction of people and new homes that pests thrive in. In order to win the war against these pests you need an exterminator that knows what they are doing. Here at Bulwark we can provide just that.
Common pests that you can find in Charlotte include ants, spiders, roaches, and crickets. The red imported fire ant is dangerous because a person will usually receive at least a hundred bites at once. Wolf spiders are common to North Carolina and they can be very aggressive when threatened. The oriental cockroaches, also known as a water bugs, spread diseases with their unsanitary living habits. Crickets are annoying and they will keep you up at night.
Bulwark Exterminating is here to help with all of your needs. Our family service covers all of the pests with a money-back guarantee. We have done our research and found ways to effectively exterminate the problem from your home. We create a bulwark, or a defensive wall around your home, preventing unwanted visitors. With Charlotte’s professional technicians and friendly customer service, Bulwark is here to help.
Bulwark Exterminating services can be found in Phoenix, AZ. Our pest control service is available to the residents of the valley of the sun. Arizona has warm weather making it easy for pests to survive and infest neighborhoods. When there is an increase in landscaping, the pests have more of an access to sources of food and water. You need a quality control provided by Bulwark Family Pest Control.
Pests to look out for include: scorpions, roaches, spiders, ants and bed bugs. Scorpions range in size and can be hard to control; their bites should not be taken lightly. Roaches are the filthiest of the pests and cause a variety of health problems. The Black Widow Spider is the deadliest in North American and is often characterized by the hourglass pattern on its belly. A fire ant queen will lie on average 1600 eggs over seven years. Bed bugs are a growing problem and more and more valley residents are inspecting their homes for bed bugs.
Bulwark Exterminating can help you with all of those needs in our family pest control service. It is all included and is paired with our money-back guarantee. If you still experience problems, call us and we will come and service your house again. We are well known for our nocturnal scorpion service that will protect your home. A bulwark is a barrier, and we provide that for your home.
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Houston Pest Control
Bulwark Exterminating is your local exterminator for Houston, TX. Pest control service is a must for any resident living in Houston and the surrounding areas. Houston has a problem with bugs because of their moderate winters, humid summers and the dry spells that lead bugs to migrate inside in search of food. There is also the fact that we cultivate the land adding food and water sources creating an even bigger problem.
Some of the pests to look out for include fire ants, spiders, scorpions and roaches. Fire ants are among the worst culprits when it comes to human health, property damage and environmental damage. Black widows are also common inTexas and they are the most dangerous spider in North America with their neurotoxin. A scorpion sting can be very harmful to babies and the elderly. Roaches will contaminate anything they come in contact with including your toothbrush.
Bulwark is here to fill your pest control needs. We are an exterminator that comes with a money-back guarantee. We have specialized services that directly target all of your pest control needs. Our methods come from the result of research done by universities. If you still have a problem in your Houston home and give us a call and we will service your home again at no extra charge. Give Bulwark a try today!
I am certain that Melissa is not alone in her fear of spiders. Now is she alone in her curiosity as to which spiders are dangerous and which are not. So Bulwark Exterminating decided to take Melissa’s request/advice and create a guide to help identify Dangerous spiders in the USA. Hopefully to the relief of many, there are only TWO families of dangerous spiders in the US, the Brown Recluse, and the Black Widow. The bites of these two spiders should be feared. There are many more spiders which will bite you, but the rest of the biting spiders in the US are not nearly so toxic as the Widow and the Recluse. However all United States spiders can be considered venomous/poisonous spiders. As a rule of thumb, don’t eat spiders and they won’t eat you.
A New Deadly Spider at Olive Garden hiding under toilet seats, biting patrons, and killing 5 in Florida is also a DANGEROUS SPIDER HOAX. This viral sensation comes and goes every couple of years. It began back in 1999. No new deadly spiders have set up camp in the United States.
The Hobo Spider is not dangerous.This discovery has come to light in past decade and many arachnologist now believe that the work of Darwin Kenneth Vest falsely attributed skin problems on rabbits to the hobo spider bite. Further, no deaths can be confirmed for lack of positive spider identification. Europe, to which the hobo spider is native and common, has no reports in the past 100 years of the spider causing necrosis (cell death). While the belief that the hobo spider is dangerous is still widely circulated and disputed, there is no supporting evidence today to put the hobo spider on the dangerous spider list.
“Today we’re going to talk about black widows. The most common place to find them are right down by the J-rail, just all crazy mixed up down here by the J-rail, okay? Why? Because the J-rail offers… goes into, inside of the wall, offers a lot of cool air coming out, cool, moist air coming out. Also is a great place for crickets to breed. Remember that crickets breed in these plants because there are water drippers on the plants, so there’s a huge population of crickets in the yard, therefore, that which preys on crickets will also do well, which is black widows, okay?”
“So, the black widow, if you walk around the foundation of the house, you’ll find a web like this purple web I have here, at the base down by the J-rail. Very common to find them right at the entryway, right at the entryway here or there, the other place.”
“So, how do you know it’s a black widow’s web if there’s no black widow in the web? Number one, they’re chaotic, okay? A chaotic web means that it has no order to it. If you remember the story Charlotte’s Webb, a lot of spiders create a pattern to their web, you know, a design in their web. Black widows have no pattern to their webs, none at all. It’s just all chaotic. Often times, you’ll find leaves and debris in the black widow’s web because the web is so strong; it’s the strongest web of any spider here in Arizona.”
“And, so it’s a very strong, sticky web. It’s low to the ground. Sometimes you will see severe infestations black widows with webs up in the eves. And you’ll actually be able to see her sometimes in the very corner; she’s trying to hide as much as she can, but usually it’s down by the ground because their number one food source is crickets, okay? So, if the web is low to the ground and it doesn’t have any spider out in it, other spiders don’t usually recluse back into a lair, they don’t recluse back into a dark space. Most of them don’t.”
We all know that spiders are scary even when it’s not Halloween. So, what do the 5 Scariest Spiders dress up like on Halloween to give you a real fright? Well we took a peek at this year’s festive costumes of the Black Widow Spider, the Brown Recluse Spider, the Tarantula, the Camel Spider, and the Desert Hairy Scorpion. But who wore it best? Which spider/arachnid is taking home the scariest spider prize? Who needsspider control?
Check it out and vote below:
Black Widow cast herself as Lidsay Lohan (a repeat offender… referring to last year’s Halloween Treat) Sorry Scarlet Johansson but you won’t be playing the Black Widow tonight, but the shy Brown Recluse Spider may have found your cell phone. Sir Herman Cain gets props on his Godfather’s Pizza from the Tarantula. The military boys had enough influence on the Camel Spider that Ron Paul gets the Camel Spider vote. And well, the Desert Hairy Scorpion is feared enough so digging out a scary costume meant going for the gold in fear force names, Chuck Norris.
Transcript from Identifying Black Widows and Black Widow Spider Webs
Bulwark Exterminating Spider Control Professional: “And if you look around the house, you’ve got these spider webs right here that are super tough, and they’re so tough that they’ll catch leaves and, you can identify these spider webs as black widow webs because of the durability of them. See how it doesn’t even break it?”
“So, the other thing about these webs, these black widow spider webs, is that they are chaotic in nature, just in disarray, so you can tell they’re different from your other spiders, like your funnel spiders or your orb spiders that have patterns to their webs.”
“As far as black widows biting you, they’re really not that aggressive. If you come around their nest and you play around with their, the web, they will come out and they will attack you in thinking you’re food or if you’re threatening their egg sacks.”
“But, in general, black widows are not that aggressive. They more just sit and wait for their prey to come to them. But, if you do get bit by a black widow, a child is in danger. Most adults it would probably just put you in bed for a couple of days. So, but I wouldn’t advise getting bit, though.”