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We've been using Bulwark for the past year and they've been wonderful. Our family has several houses, each with unique issues and they've been able to address all of them from mice to wasps to scorpions to carpenter ants. They come will come anytime between your regular service for follow up visits at no additional cost. When I had mice problem, they would stop by every other day to check my traps and make sure nothing was rotting in the attic. One time I heard the trap snap and they had a technician there within 30 minutes. That is exceptional service. For my parents home in NW Hills, Josh comes by regularly. He's great - very detail oriented. He will listen carefully to your problems and address the cause. I owe greatly as he happened to find some nocturnal carpenter ants tunneling through our deck! Josh is also great at explaining what he is doing and what I should be looking for. For my home in Hyde Park, I am visited regularly by Jesse. He always answers the door with "Find any mice lately?". He's so kind and has been my sanity saver. He always willingly goes into the 100+ deg attic to make sure there are no rotting mice lying around. Overall, we have all been very happy with Bulwark. Their technicians are great.

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How Big Are Millipedes?

Millipedes can grow anywhere from 1/2 inch to more than 4 inches in length.

How Do Millipedes Look Like?

Millipedes are brown or black and have two pair of legs on each body segment unlike centipedes, which have one pair per segment.

What Do Millipedes Eat?

Millipedes are vegetarians and feed on decaying organic matter and live plants.

What Do Millipedes Do?

Millipedes are slow crawling, round bodied pests that are harmless to humans. They do exude an unpleasant smelling secretion, which is made up of a combination of irritating chemicals that can cause skin rashes and may be toxic to small animals. Millipedes lose body fluids as they die, causing staining on indoor surfaces. Some millipedes live as long as eight years. Millipedes can live indoors in crawl spaces and basements or wherever moisture is present.

How Do Millipedes Reproduce?

Millipedes lay their eggs in spring in the soil in batches of 20 to 300 eggs. Their populations can become quite large, reaching into the thousands when they have adequate food and plenty of moisture.

Interesting Facts About Millipedes:

Millipedes protect themselves by rolling into a tight coil when disturbed, protecting their vulnerable ventral parts. When their living conditions deteriorate, they migrate to new areas, sometimes in large numbers.
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