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Scorpions are common in Arizona! Let us keep them out of your home!

July 17, 2015

 

Scorpions are common in Arizona! Let us keep them out of your home!

 

SCORPIONS

 

If stung by a scorpion it can take days for the toxins to work their way out of your system.

 

A scorpion sting can give you numbness and intense tingling. It can be a scary feeling and can be especially harmful for infants and the elderly.

 

The Arizona Bark Scorpion is the most commonly found scorpion in Arizona. Not only are they good at blending into their environment, they can be found all over the metro phoenix, east valley! They are nocturnal but can also be found during the day. They usually can be found outdoors but will work their way into your home to find water and food.

 

Scorpions can flatten their body to fit through the smallest of spaces including cracks under your doors and home.

 

FOR HOMES THAT HAVE SCORPION INFESTATATIONS:

 

We will of course give you the best possible thorough treatment in and out of your home! We will focus on entry points and problem areas.

We will dust around your entry ways and treat the exterior perimeter of your property – scorpions love block walls and palm trees. They can also be attracted to your swimming pool – hence, the water it provides to them.

We recommend regular monthly service for homes that are in areas that are heavily populated with scorpions.

If you have a bad scorpion problem it would also be awesome if your surrounding neighbors had pest services, of course you cannot make that decision for them, but it would help to eliminate a larger area where the scorpions are trying to make their home.

Contact 480-201-1321 to set up a service!

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