We started using Bulwark and Ed Sakugawa as soon as we moved in to our newly built home which has been more than a year now. I have used a monthly (sometimes bimonthly) pest control service for more than 30 years now since I am a person who hates bugs. I was impressed from the get go at how Ed performed the initial service of treating the inside of all our electrical outlets. I have seen him every two months since. He never fails to be on time, to be courteous, to answer every question I pose, to educate me on what he is doing and to take a little extra time being kind and attentive to our two puppies. In my opinion, Ed is outstanding at his job, he is conscientious and takes pride in his work, he is a caring individual and, I think that Bulwark is successful because of their ability to hire and retain employees like Ed.
Often times people wonder how those little tiny spiders get inside their house. The kind that run all over the place at night or in the morning time or on the grass when you are mowing your yard and those little spiders that run in front of your lawnmower in spring this is the process of infestations usually it starts the winter before were spiders like this one, a mother wolf spider will pull up against the house for the warmth that the foundation is actually giving off. If we look carefully we can see her nest underneath the siding of the home as we see here and that tunnel entrance now she doesn't lay a web down to catch insects she runs down other insects so she comes out here in hunts and goes into the wall and haunts insects but because her lair is up in the wall when her eggs hatch they'll go in the crawl space for further into the house giving you pressure in the spring.