Rating: 0 of 5
Common Pests found in Phoenix, AZ:
Scorpions - The Arizona Bark Scorpion is considered one of the most dangerous scorpions in the United States. The Bark Scorpion typically eats crickets. Crickets tend to flock towards home for the availability of water and food. The scorpions follow their prey into our homes. These tiny scorpions can fit through a hole the size of a dime. Bulwark has its a unique truck dedicated to the specific removal of scorpions and protection of any home.
Roaches - When a cockroach finds a place with enough food and water, the infestation begins. In the heat of the desert, a cockroach cant survive. The interior of our homes are warm, dark and moist places with plenty of places for roaches to hide, feed or breed. Sonn a couple of roaches will grow into an overwelming infestation. If you see a roach, start treatment that is guaranteed to get rid roaches.
Spiders - Phoenix is the home to all sorts of spiders. The Black Widow Spider and the Brown Recluse are two common spiders found in homes. The Black Widow Spider can be dangerous to the old and young alike. The Black Widow Spider typically dwell in cold, dark and moist places. Clear your home of dangerous spiders and call a recommended exterminator today.
Ants - Ants litter the entire Phoenix area. Most ants are calm workers. However, the Carpenter Ant can destroy your home! Carpenter Ants are sometimes mistaken for Termites, they are a littel easier to et rid of luckily. Soon the ants will expand from your backyard and deeper into your home. Protect your home by calling Bulwark today.
Bed Bugs -Bed bugs can cause a number of health effects, including skin rashes, psychological effects, and allergic symptoms. They are able to be infected by at least 28 human pathogens, but no study has clearly found the insect is able to transmit the pathogen to a human being.Bed bug bites or cimicosis may lead to a range of skin manifestations from no visible effects to prominent blisters. Bulwark can also take care of your other Beetle problems!