Spider Eggs In Your Garage – Bulwark Exterminating

Spider Eggs In Your Garage – Bulwark Exterminating


Garages are notorious places for
Cobwebs and spiders. This area has been treated but there are quite a few egg sacs let me see if I can pull a few out for ya. Typical house spider egg sac has anywhere from four hundred to eight hundred baby eggs
in it because these little white markings eventually within a year those egg sacs will hatch and even though the garages been sprayed it’ll reinfest. If this was in your wall or up around the
siding on the exterior of your house around your windows sill those baby
eggs would be all over inside your home

Black Ants in My Yard – Texas Ant Control – Bulwark Exterminating

Black Ants in My Yard – Texas Ant Control – Bulwark Exterminating


So here in Texas we have the small
Southern Black Ant as you can see here These are called sugar ants because they
show up on your kitchen counter they infest the neighborhoods, they feed
off of the nectar on the flowers, eventually when the flowers are not in
bloom they look for a better sources and move into shadowy areas like around
the foundation or if you can pan in they start penetrating the walls of the
house this particular home has about fifteen
locations on it that they are entering the home. So our goal with Bulwark is to put a barrier around the exterior
of the home, you will eliminate the colonies on the outside so they don’t get a chance
to get inside.

Carpenter Ant Control Kit with Advance Carpenter Ant Bait

Carpenter Ant Control Kit with Advance Carpenter Ant Bait


Hi, I�m Lyn Hitt, president of ePestSolutions. Today I�d like to talk to you about carpenter
ants. Carpenter ants can be a significant pest and been to lots of parts of the country. Some more superior than others. But they can be controlled and one of the
best products in the market today for carpenter ants is the MaxForce Carpenter Ant Bait. It contains pepper mill which is one of the
popular insecticides in the market today. It�s got a glucose or sugar base bait matrix
to it so it�s very, very attractive to the carpenter ants. (inaudible) that you put down
a very, very small about the size of a dime. Just reapply it daily until you notice that
the ants have begun to not feed on the (inaudible). As long as they�re eating, you want to keep
giving them food to take back to the colony. If you notice that you still have the ants
but (inaudible) version or not eating the bait, Advance Carpenter Ant Bait is another
good choice. It�s got a different bait matrix more of
a protein, shrimp type bait matrix. One of the two will guarantee elimination
of the carpenter ants. For these and more tips, visit us at ePestSolutions.com
or call us at (888) 523-7378.

How To Ant Farm – One to Four Tunnels One Week Follow Up


So last week we did a test comparing using
four starting tunnels to one. This is what it looks like one week
later. Hi! I’m Michael with How to Ant Farm
Let’s talk about ants. So, here we have the four tunnel ant farm and as you can see, they’ve branched out
considerably from the last time you saw it, connecting each of these individual
tunnels to each other to kind of make it a more connected and
branching network. As you can see among the top,
there’s a lot more residue and through this residue they actually dug tunnels,
as you can see there, they even have a little chamber in
there and if you wanna see some kinda cool,
they’re busily working away at making a new tunnel right here as we speak. So in the end, despite having the four tunnels and being the slower one start, this one has made a lot of progress and has become a fairly
intricate design. Here you can see the one that we started
with one tunnel and as you can see they branched
out considerably in both directions, and if you look at it, the pattern is very
intricate, very, very unique. In many ways it’s a lot
more efficient for them as ants to get between the tunnels on this one then it wasn’t four. This could very likely have to do with
the fact that they designed this one entirely on their own and that they didn’t have to work around
any preset lines ot tunnels. As you can see the same case as with
four tunnels, they’ve removed a lot a residue and put brought it over to this area
over here and gone ahead and dug tunnels through it. One thing that we did notice is that after this and hill reached a point near
this, the ants slowed production and began carving less
tunnels. This could have something to do with the
fact that they’ve reached an optimal level of efficiency or perhaps maybe they are busy working away in this
area here, but the new tunnels have not been formed
too recently. So after one week attesting we still
stand by our theory that one tunnel is better because it
gives the ants more leeway to build an ant-style colony in a
way that is most efficient to them, however the design with four is much
more grid-like, but in his own way, quite cool. So if that’s
what you’re interested in go and try it with four. If you’d rather have
them design it on their own terms start one.

Ant Control – Ant Colonies – Ant Guru


Welcome we’re talking today about ants specifically
ants in the desert I want to go over how ants bred what a ant colony is Under what conditions should you
expect to find an ant problem I want to tell how they operate how they react
to certain types of sprays talk about the ants themselves Ants live in a colony there a social
insect there may be different kinds of workers
in the colony there’s the queen or multiple queens those are the ones who are
responsible for reproducing they lay eggs deep in the nest queens an important fact to know about
queens they never ever come out another important fact is that there are worker majors and
worker miners what we call them forgeres and only about twenty percent of an
average colony ever comes out of its nest in other words are, I’ll repeat that only twenty percent ever come out of the
nest so if they take a vacuum and vacuum up all the ants they see, did they get rid of there ant
problem no because the worker miners are the ones that help
the queen and help the baby larva and the baby ants grow up to be big ants
and they never come out and they always have food supply in their nest. But there is
a fourth class called the winged reproductives those are the ants that sometimes have wings
on them and they are males and females and they
fly up and usually mate in the air and they fly to a new location and they
start a new colony of all the different classes probably the most
important are the queens because unless you get the queen you don’t get rid of the problem a lot of people ask the question why do ants
walk in a line everybody knows that ants walk in a
line and they walk in a line because certain
forger ants can lay down a chemical trail it’s a little chemical hormone that
they lay down and other ants follow it to the food
source chemical trails laid down by ants can
last up to a year how does that, I mean what
implications or what what is the kind of conclusions can we
draw from that well if we eliminate an ant colony that is in a consumer’s wall completely eliminate it right? let’s say there’s another ant colony floating around in their yard just kind of living out there and they
pick up on the chemical trail that led into the house that lead the first colony
into the house they pick up on that they can shoot right up in. It’s like a freeway
system is already been built for them so it’s like there floating around out in the yard living kinda good but its still hot there still
looking for a better place to live they come across that chemical trail that
that forger ant put down from last colony that we eliminated and they’ll
shoot right back into the house

How to use Alpine Yellow Jacket Wasp Bait Stations

How to use Alpine Yellow Jacket Wasp Bait Stations


An easy way to kill Yellow Jacket Wasps around
your home or business is by using a bait station. This is a great method to use the nest can’t
be located for a direct drench treatment. We first recommend testing a few types of
bait before using the stations. Recommended food baits include raw chicken pieces, raw
fish, canned tuna, or cat food. Raw chicken pieces or tuna tend to work the best. Also
test using a sweet bait like jelly. Whatever bait the wasps go for, this will be the bait
to use in your stations. The second step is mixing the bait you have
chosen with an insecticide labeled for Yellow Jacket Wasps. You only need a small amount
insecticide for the bait to be effective. Mix a quarter teaspoon of insecticide per
12 ounces of bait thoroughly in the station. The third step is to hang the stations outside
your home five to six feet off the ground. Space the stations about 50 feet apart to
cover as much of your property as possible. Keep the stations out of reach of children,
but in areas where the wasps can access them. A good place to hang the stations are on tree
limbs. The fourth and final step is to check the
bait stations every few days to see if the bait has been consumed or if the the bait
is rancid. Replace the bait as needed until the yellow jacket population is under control. And it’s that easy with the expert help
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How to Remove a Wasp Nest – Extended Cut – Orkin Pest Control


ok ok the any okay let’s say you’re smokin up
some tasty rips the closure smoker in what is that sound is that the neighbor trying to show you
up with his grilling skills know my friends that’s the sound of a
wasp nest and when you’ve got ones think okay but what if you did have a wasp nest I
mean sure this is my daughter’s pin yacht her birthday is coming up but what if
instead of tasty treats this thing was chock-full of long legged long body paper wasps not so much fun first of all I wouldn’t recommend removing these bad
boys on your own but if you’re feeling rambunctious let’s
start with what you need garden gloves a hoodie long pants work boots goggles a garbage bag a flashlight a red filter all any histamine in case things get hairy
in the last thing we’re gonna need is cold soda and now we week hope top on hot good nighttime while we wait till night you ask glad
you est watch for much less active at night and
early in the morning so this is the time we want to go after
that nest now because it’s dark you’re gonna need something to see with
problem is if you point this at that someone like poking a bear with
a hot stick sure it might be fun but you’re probably gonna get ma of
thing is wasps can’t see on the yellow lights pack so we take a
piece a red filter just like this put it across the south
are light I’m just gonna steal this of with a
rubber band now you’ve got night vision and you’re on a
night mission with a cool piece technology that you
made for yourself okay we’ve got our red filtered light in we’ve got our trash bag let’s go know
when you’re approaching a las mas you don’t want to make any sudden moves and you don’t want to make any loud
noises I’m gonna position my life here so I can see it when the wasp nest is
low like this you don’t really need pests final trash bag did what you wanna do
you want to get right up into it that making any sudden movements slowly get that all
the way up all the way to the top like that now if you don’t have centers on a trash bag
you can add to it by hand just like that think it’s gonna pop it
off like a peach good job okay let’s get ready this bad boy now wherever you do decide to dispose at
this thing make sure that it’s well away from kids animals and you know crazy people who
like to dig through the trash yeah path hi due to do do do do 22 June 50-50 yes than and better safe then suck awesome now if the nest is too high or you’re
worried about running into the wrong end of a loss for
10 feel free to give me a call ok

Texas Ant Control – Acrobats Ants – Bulwark Exterminating

Texas Ant Control – Acrobats Ants – Bulwark Exterminating


Our common ant here in Texas is called
the acrobat because the fence lines all touch every single house in the
neighborhood is like a highway system touching every single house at least
twice on each side of the house acrobat ants oftentimes will use holes in fence posts
oftentimes old dry rot holes this is a perfect example of how ants here in Texas will thrive
inside of a rotting fence post and migrate out to the various attached houses we’ve got ants moving now from the
fence that we just looked at, to the tree moving along the limbs of the tree under the rain gutter of the house which
oftentimes has a lot of leaves in it decaying organic matter and other
materials is great substance for ants to thrive onn The neat thing about acrobat ants that
makes them so difficult to get rid of is they’ll often times climb on limbs across the sprays that pest control companies
lay down on your foundation along the limb all the way to someplace where the leaf or limb touches the
house and they’ll set up camp in your gutters set up the entire colonies up in the
gutters, up by your roof you can spray all
you want on the foundation won’t get rid
of unless you have a pest control
company that knows what to look for.