I’m going to tell you something that might disgust you. If you have cockroaches in your home, you are sharing your food with them. They love the same types of food we do… The sweeter and starchier, the better. These creeping bugs are crawling all over your food, spreading the microbes that are attached to
Renting or owning your own home is a fantastic feeling that most people chase after for years. But living in your own property can be full of surprise problems such as pests, especially if your house, flat or apartment is in a city rather than a smaller town or village. There are many pests found
With the summer of 2013 now officially at an end, I thought I’d ask the exterminators at Bulwark Pest Control in St. George what pests they were receiving the most phone calls about this past summer. These are the top three pests in St. George: 3. Roaches Cockroaches can cause so many different health problems,
In the world of insects, sometimes looking intimidating is enough to deter a predator. The shape and colors of insects say a lot about it’s adaptability and presence in the wild. In nature, bright colors are often a warning to stay away because of venom or poison, but this is not always the case since
Nothing strikes horror into the hearts of homeowners or holiday makers than the pitter-patter of tiny feet. I’m not talking about children, I’m talking about cockroaches! The creepy crawlies are well-known for surviving in harsh conditions, breeding fast and populating areas quickly, and they carry an allergen which has been linked to human asthma. So
Valentine’s Day Cockroaches Cockroaches can ruin an otherwise perfect Valentine’s Day, even if you have taken the time to buy her expensive jewelry and roses. Cockroaches are a romance killer. Show her how much you love her this Valentine’s Day by getting roach control. Pest Control St. George UT Bulwark Exterminating 56 North 500 East St.
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
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.