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It’s Not Really Valentine’s Day Unless It Happens In Vegas

Is there really a better way to spend Valentine’s Day than in Las Vegas? Everything magical and mysterious about Las Vegas is literally within walking distance down Las Vegas Blvd. Need a flower shop? We have a few of those. Need a drive-thru wedding chapel? We hear “The Fast Lane” wedding chapel is the place to go, with your selection of three different wedding packages. (Ok, I just Googled that. No one at Bulwark, that we know of, has had first, second or third hand experience with said location)

That said, there are lots of fun things to do around the city on Valentine’s Day. Stop by the M&M Store and get creative with your partner. After that, head over to the Coca-Cola store and sample all the international flavors. If you’re looking for some of Vegas’ finest food establishments, then consider Alize, Nove Italiano or Foundation Room.

If you’re the do-it-yourself kind of person, and can’t leave the fate of your relationship or marriage in the hands of your waiter at Alize or the cashier at the M&M Store, then you’ll probably opt for something homemade and in the privacy of your own home. A nice candlelight dinner perhaps. A little bit of wine, some nice hors d’oeuvres, and eventually a main dish that you’ve been slow roasting in the oven for the past 8 hours.

The meal is done, but the night is far from over. You have a few more tricks up your sleeve that are sure to make this night the most memorable since the Ravens upset the 49ers 10 days early in the Super Bowl. You lead her upstairs, eyes closed.

But while you couldn’t put Valentine’s Day in the hands of your waiter, maybe you should’ve put it in the hands of… your pest control guy!

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February 11, 2013 at 4:18 pm Comments (0)

Watch For Pests Hiding In Your Christmas Decorations

Christmas decorations, Christmas tree

Christmas decorations, Christmas tree (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Christmas Pests

The magical Christmas season is finally here. The joyous event of decorating your home with all those beautiful decorations could be less joyous with an unfortunate encounter with a pest hiding in your decorations. Pests can quickly make the happiest time of year, into a time of worry and frustration.

Pests like scorpions, spiders, rodents, and silverfish love hiding out among your boxes of Christmas decorations. There are a few things that you can do to help ensure your Christmas is free of pests that may be hiding in your decorations.

Watch Out For Pests Hiding In Your Christmas Decor

Most of you have boxes and boxes full of Christmas lights, ceramic figurines, Christmas wrapping paper, and wreathes. You likely store these boxes in a garage, in your basement, or in the attic; all places Las Vegas pests love to hide when the weather cools. Here are a few holiday decorating tips that will ensure you don’t bring about a full on pest infestation inside your home.

First, examine Christmas boxes. If there are any pests living among your Christmas decorations, they will leave some evidence. Look for discarded shells of seeds or nuts. Rodent droppings are also an obvious clue of a pest problem. Look for the dead carcasses of silverfish or roaches. Where there are dead insects there are usually living ones… Plus, spiders and scorpions will be feeding on them.

Cautiously handle boxes. Use caution and be alert when you open those boxes of Christmas decorations. If there is a scorpion, spider, or rodent living inside; a misplaced hand could result in a painful bite or sting.

Open decorations outside first. By doing this you will keep from bringing any unwanted bugs or disease carrying rodents inside your home.

Inspect your Christmas tree. Whether your Christmas tree is real or fake, it needs to be thoroughly inspected for any evidence of pests. Rodents like mice, squirrels, and rats love making their nests inside artificial trees. If you buy a live tree on a lot, or cut one down yourself, look for signs of aphids, and other small tree insects. You won’t want them crawling all over you.

Get Las Vegas pest control. If you do happen to find any signs of pests living among your Christmas decorations, get professional help. A licensed Las Vegas exterminator can rid you of any of the above mentioned pests; and ensure your Christmas is pest free.

Las Vegas Pest Control

Bulwark Exterminating
3932 Octagon Road
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
(702) 255-6313

K-9 Sweeps LLC: Bed Bug Control
& K9 Scent Detection
8201 Woodland Prairie Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89129
(702) 586-5179

4550 Ziebart Pl # A
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 597-9760

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December 12, 2012 at 7:53 pm Comments (0)

Happy Thanksgiving From Bulwark Exterminating

This truly is the most wonderful time of year. Amid all the traffic jams, long lines and Walmart chaos, people are sincerely more concerned about spending time with family, strengthening bonds and helping our fellow men. Regardless of politics, religion or creed, there exists a palpable sense of giving and sharing in the air.

Bulwark Exterminating would like to, first and foremost,  thank our thousands of wonderful customers across the Las Vegas valley. We truly believe we have the best customers in the industry. We receive positive feedback every day on each of our many review profiles online. Our Facebook wall is constantly updated with comments of praise for our technicians.

Our technicians spend more time with our customers than they do with each other, or even their own family. In a sense, our customers in Las Vegas have become apart of the Bulwark family.

We hope everyone has a very happy and safe Thanksgiving weekend. Whether you are traveling or staying home, we wish you all the best as you take the next few days to spend with friends and family.

But amid the hustle and bustle of Thanksgiving, might we offer a few suggestions to make the absolutely most of your holiday weekend.

1. Play in a Turkey Bowl.  Why not burn a few extra calories in the morning before we all stuff our bellies. Remember to be safe!

2. Catch a movie. A tradition for many, watch a movie at the theater after Thanksgiving dinner or the following day on Black Friday while everyone else is fighting each other in store lines.

3. Make desert for someone special. Avoiding pies, make a unique treat for a friend or neighbor and pass it by their door.

4. Movie marathon. Not in the mood for the theaters, buy your own popcorn, stay in your pajamas, and try to get through an entire movie or TV series. Make it a later nighter!

5. Volunteer. By far our biggest recommendation on the list, take time to volunteer with a charity of your choosing. A soup kitchen, a shelter, an all-women’s house, a toy drive, etc. No amount of fun and laughing can ever be more meaningful than giving of ourselves to the welfare of others. Most of us have everything we need, but there are many that don’t. Even if you aren’t able to volunteer this weekend, remember to be kind and understanding of one another, and help in little ways where ever you can.

From Bulwark Exterminating – Happy Thanksgiving!

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November 21, 2012 at 6:10 pm Comments (0)