A couple months back, Bulwark Pest Control promoted a word search puzzle on Facebook, and it quickly became the most engaging social media piece the Exterminators have done to-date. Over 10,000 participants responded to the puzzle, by commenting the first pest they found. In case you missed it, here is the pest test word search:
Are looking for more to do in St. George? Are your bored with the St. George nightlife? If so, why not try black lighting scorpions… It can make for a very entertaining nighttime adventure that can also keep your home and property scorpion free. Scorpion Control With Black Light Flashlights If you are a St.
During the past few years US cities, including St. George, UT, have been dealing with a bedbug epidemic. Bedbugs have been found in Southern Utah apartment complexes, hotels, movie theaters, buses, nursing homes, schools, hospitals, and even Dixie State College. Property managers and tenants alike need to be able to identify bedbugs, know the best
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