St. George Christmas Preparations It’s hard to believe that Christmas will be here in just a matter of days. There is still so much left to do! We’ve got the tree trimmed, the lights on the house, and the Christmas cards sent, but still have to find a few more last minute gifts. With all of
Happy Thanksgiving All of us here at Bulwark Exterminating would like to take a moment and wish everyone in St. George, UT a Happy Thanksgiving. How To Spend Your Thanksgiving in St. George, UT Spend time with family and close friends Eat too much turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing and pumpkin pie Play in a “Turkey
Ants Ants are one of the most thriving groups of insects. They are defined as social insects that live in colonies. Colonies are usually located in the ground, but many enter our homes looking for shelter and food. Ants eat almost every type of food, but those entering homes are looking specifically for sweets and
The Facts About Cockroaches Cockroaches are older then dirt. Fossils show that roaches have been around at least 300 million years, looking as ugly then as they do now. These hardy, homely insects have outlived dinosaurs, endured the Ice Age, survived world wars, and will probably be around long after the human race is gone.
St. George, UT is home to 11 of the worlds 1,500 scorpion species. Of the 11 different species, the Arizona Bark Scorpion is the only species of scorpion that is deadly to humans. Their stings can be dangerous to children, to the elderly, and to anyone with a vulnerable immune system. People who are suffering
Scorpions are one of St. George, UT’s most feared pests. This fear is derived from their menacing appearance, and their ability to sting injecting poisonous venom. This fear has led to a few popular myths about these St. George pests: Scorpions are aggressive. Scorpions are not malevolent pests that hunt down people they
For St. George Roach Control: Bulwark Exterminating 56 North 500 East St. George, UT 84770 (435) 627-8840 bulwarkpestcontrol.com Related articles What Do Roaches Eat? Unexpected Uses for Old Toothpaste Look at This: Glowing South American Roaches Mimic Toxic Beetles
Most of our kids here in St. George, UT went back to school this week. This annual event signified the end of summer, and the end of our summer vacation travels. Whether we vacationed at Disneyland, at a resort hotel in nearby Las Vegas, or at one of the beautiful national parks here in southern