Here at Bulwark Exterminating, we have much to be thankful for this holiday season.

Of all the things we have to be thankful for as a company, we are most thankful for you the customer. We have the greatest customers in the world… Many of you feel more like family than customers. You’ve been there to greet our technicians at the door, with a smile on your face, happy to see us. We love listening to all of your stories, as you keep us updated on what’s new in your lives. During those hot and sticky summer days, you were always quick to offer a tall glass of ice cold water. Some of you have even made our technicians lunch, bought them pizza, and we even had one of you bake a technician a delicious pie. You all have been so cordial; graciously thanking us for eliminating all of your pest problems. So many of you have written raving reviews about our service on sites like Yelp, Angie’s List, and Facebook; thanking Bulwark’s technicians by name. This Thanksgiving, Bulwark truly is thankful for each and every one of our loyal customers. We love serving you and ensuring your Thanksgiving is pest free!

Our Customer Give Thanks Through Reviews

“Just had our first visit from technicians Adam and Dallas with Bulwark. The difference in professionalism was obvious from the first conversation. These guys know their business and they specialize in eradicating evil bark scorpions from homes. They moved furniture, treated furniture, pointed out gaps in my weather stripping that allows critters to get inside. Treated the gap between the carpet and the wall going up my stairs, under the baseboards, even put the granular stuff into my wall outlet boxes. I've now got my own black light flashlight so I don't worry so much about walking around the house after dark. Treated the outside all the way back to the rocks that the little guys live in. Die in excruciating pain, little scorpions.” “I'm very impressed with the techs' professionalism, knowledge, and dedication. Looking forward to a week, a month, a year without seeing any bugs.”

Benny K. Henderson, NV 11/12/2013

“I am writing to state that I've been a Bulwark customer for several years. They have impeccable service and have helped us keep scorpion free in our house which is next to a mountain. Cory A. is our technician which helped us address an ant problem and was very knowledgeable with other insect concerns. The glue traps are a great tool and I appreciate the friendly, professional, timely service we receive. Thanks Cory & Bulwark.”

Pam B. Peoria, AZ 10/30/2013

“I want to say how much we enjoy Bulwarks' services. The team immediately answers our calls and their techs are so informative and friendly. Nikki in particular was really great - super friendly, showed us the extent of our pest problem, and even picked up a pest or two that scared us! No more fire ants and spiders make me a happy customer.”

Moona C. Pflugerville, TX 11/12/2013

Happy Thanksgiving From Bulwark Exterminating!

Thankful Girls

All of us here at Bulwark Exterminating, would like to wish each and every one of you a very happy Thanksgiving! Take some time this holiday, and reflect on all of the many wonderful things we have to be grateful for. Play and watch lots of football, have seconds of pecan pie, and spend time with all of your loved ones.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Sept 11 TributeSeptember 11, 2001 will always be a tragic day in American history, but in the years since the attacks, it has become a day to honor the victims and survivors by doing good. We've proven as a country, that good things can come after disaster. It’s been 12 years since that tragic September day, so here are 12 ways we can honor the victims of 9/11:

1. Volunteer

Volunteers One of the biggest ways you can honor those whose lives where lost on that tragic day, is to serve your fellow man. Go out of your way and look for ways in which you can serve. Volunteer at your local soup kitchen. Read a patriotic book to children at the library. Help out in your son or daughter’s first grade class. The possibilities are endless and are only limited by your imagination. Volunteer to serve! Even the smallest act of service is a way to honor those we lost on 9/11. Pledge to perform a good deed at

2. Attend A Memorial

Sept 11 memorialNew York, Washington, DC and Shanksville, Pennsylvania all have memorials that allow the public to reflect on the events of September 11th, and pay tribute to the many lives which were lost. If you are going to be far from these memorials, there is a very good chance there is a commemoration of some kind in your vicinity. A quick Google search should lead you to an event in your area.

3. Write A List Of Things In Which You're Thankful

Woman making listThis Patriot day, give thanks and show gratitude! One of the easiest ways you can do this is to write a list of all the things you are thankful for. Be thankful that you live in the greatest country in the world; and be thankful for all the people around you. Be thankful for the blessings you have in your life, and remember that many of these blessing would not be afforded to you if it wasn't for the sacrifices of so many.

4. Donate Blood

Donate BloodAfter the September 11th attacks, the blood supply at the Red Cross was at an all time high. So many Americans waited in long lines to donate. Today, however, the Red Cross’ national blood supply has reached a 15 year low. This Patriot Day, going to your local blood bank and donating is among the most important contributions you can make to your community.

5. Thank A Serviceman Or Servicewoman

September 11 FirefighterTaking some time to thank your firefighters and police officers speaks volumes, as they were some of the first responders that tragic September day. Many of the 3,000 lives that were lost that day were in fact firefighters and police officers. These men and women acted as heroes; and still do today. Say thank you. Give them a wave and a smile. Drop some cookies off at the fire station. Whatever… Just say thanks!

6. Take A CPR Class

CPR ClassI’m not at all trying to compare any act that you and I could ever do, to the acts of those brave men and women who lost their lives trying to save the victims of the terrorist attacks. What I am saying, is that if and when any sort a tragedy strikes, prepare yourself to save the life of someone else. Learn CPR. Along the same lines as donating blood, learning CPR is a very important contribution that you can offer to your community.

7. Fly The Flag

Fly_The_FlagHonor those who lost their lives on September 11th by flying Old Glory! It’s American. It’s patriotic. It shows love and support for your country. Don’t have a flag pole? Change your profile picture on Facebook to that of an American flag.

8. Write A Thank You Letter To The Troops

Letter To Soldier This Patriot Day write a letter to our troops, basically thanking our soldiers for answering the call to duty… Just like the first responders did on 9/11. It is very uplifting for the soldiers to hear stories about people back in the US that are going out of their way to support them; both at home and while they are forward deployed. Your contribution to the health and welfare of those who serve our nation, and their families, is a special gift indeed. Men and women overseas take comfort in knowing people like you are thinking about them. The support and patriotism of simply writing a letter has helped strengthen the resolve of this country, strengthen the resolve of our soldiers. It's the people writing letters that keep our troops motivated and proud to serve our country. Learn more about writing letters to the troops at:

9. Plant A Tree

Planting Tree I know that planting a tree might seem cliché, but doing so is a traditional way to celebrate life…Something that should be done to remember lives lost. Not up to planting a tree, tie yellow ribbons around the trees in your neighborhood. For more information on the plant a tree movement, check out:

10. Tell Your Loved Ones How Much They Are Loved

Military father and daughterWe all know that we need to tell those who are precious to us that we love them more often; why not today. September 11th is one of those days where emotions run high; and tender moments are felt. Share these feelings and moments with loved ones. Hug your kids tight. Call your mom.

11. Celebrate The Little Moments

Little_MomentsThis September 11th, slow down. Appreciate all that is around you. Pay close attention to the little things; like your young daughter tying her shoe, your son laughing at his cartoons, and your spouse slurping their breakfast cereal. These little moments are precious, and may not exist if it weren't for the sacrifices of so many.

12. Reflect

Memorial Wall ReflectionTwelve years since the attacks on our Country, we all still remember that tragic September day. Most of us remember exactly where we were and what we were doing when we heard the horrible news. I was waiting in line at a bank drive thru, on my way to my freshman chemistry class, when I turned on the radio and was shocked to hear two planes had crashed into each of the World Trade Center buildings; and additional planes had crashed into a Pennsylvania field and the Pentagon building respectively. Many of us can still close our eyes, and remember in almost near perfect detail, those painful moments when grief somberly crashed over us like a tidal wave. Americans all over the world held each other tight, seeking the assurance that the country we knew and loved wasn't collapsing under our feet. Our memories will always be fresh, along with our sympathy for the victims and their families. Take some time to remember and reflect on the events of that day; and the people and first responders whose lives were lost.

We Will Never Forget

For all of us here at Bulwark Pest Control, we will never forget those innocent people, whose lives were lost September 11th 2001. We are grateful for the opportunities afforded to us in this country, and are grateful to those who continue to defend it against any further acts of terror.


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 needs spider control? Check it out and vote below:

Scariest Spiders

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.

To Vote and Enter for our Halloween Treat

Two Options and 2 chances: 1- Login to Facebook and Vote on our Facebook Poll: 2- Tweet your vote with a link to this post: "I vote _______ as the scariest spider:"

The Poll Closes on Halloween at Midnight. So vote by Oct. 31st.


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Shanna Las Vegas, NV
We just moved to the Las Vegas area and this is our first time needing pest control at our home but after a friend freaked me out about the thought of scorpions climbing into my baby's crib I needed to start service asap. I looked up companies online and Bulwark had the best reviews. Our tech that came out, Seth Trotter was very friendly, courteous and worked really fast. He explained everything in great detail and reassured me that scorpions won't come after my kids. I am really glad I chose Bulwark for our pest control needs and from reading other reviews it looks like the company really stands behind their work and if any bugs are seen they come and quickly take care of the issue. Thanks again!!
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