So where do those larger cockroaches come from? The ones that you see scurrying across the pavement at night or in your garage or in your house, every house in your city is connected by a storm drain these storm drains obviously collect water during rainy season but they store it throughout the year this allows the roach population to breed exponentially year-round and eventually when it dries out in the summertime of possibly when a drought comes along they'll scurry out of the storm drain move into your yard where there's more water and eventually migrate into the house putting pressure inside on the home. Bulwark Exterminating Roach Control.
Okay after those palmetto bugs or sewer roaches move from the storm drains and woodlands to your yard they quickly move in to your mulch beds your mulch retains water very well and the root system has a lot of different insects that those roaches can eat as well as other decaying organic matter unfortunately they won't stay here they noticed that there is moisture or moist air coming out of the weep holes these weep poles are normal holes that your builder leaves in your walls so that moisture can escape or weep out of the walls so you don't get mildew unfortunately that moist air will draw those oriental sewer roaches into your home and will start to pressure your home from the inside.
Bulwark Exterminating made it's first appearance ever in the PCT Top 100 this year ranking #31. But being in the top 100 doesn't make Bulwark a big company. Bulwark is still a little fish in a big pond. Dwarfed in size compared to Orkin and Terminix, Bulwark is still small enough to care, but big enough to do it right. Here is a visual break down of other stats from PCT's Top 100 pest control servicelist.
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