IGR for Roaches

Insect Growth Regulators for Roaches Insect growth regulators, or IGR, are chemicals which can basically act as birth control, and are common in many pest control treatment programs. Due to their reproduction rates, it is imperative to include IGR treatments to prevent population growth in cockroach infestations. A single pair can lead to hundreds or…

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Cockroaches in Scottsdale, Arizona

Scottsdale Cockroaches There are at least 20 different species of cockroaches in Arizona, probably about 10 are native and rarely encountered in the urban environment. Roaches that are established in urban areas like Scottsdale include: the American, brown-banded, field, German, Oriental, Surinam and Turkestan. Most cockroaches are tropical or subtropical in origin and generally live outdoors.…

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HOA Pest Control

Pest-Free Neighborhoods Under most homeowners association agreements, the HOA is responsible for pest control in common areas. This can range from small grassy areas to clubhouse buildings and sprawling open spaces. In order for an HOA or property management company to provide sufficient pest control across all areas they are responsible for, they typically hire…

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Sewer Roaches

Sewer Roaches in Arizona Sewer roaches, formally known as American Cockroaches, are common to Arizona and the Phoenix area. They get their name from their tendency to dwell in sewer systems and can make their way into Arizona homes through plumbing systems. They are commonly found outdoors, but do make their way inside homes and…

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Wood Scorpions

Arizona Wood Scorpion The Wood Scorpion, otherwise known as the Arizona Devil Scorpion or Stripe Tailed Scorpion, is home to Arizona and parts of New Mexico and California. Officially known as Paravaejovis spinigerus, it grows to about 2-3 inches, and usually tan to dark brown in color with darker stripes across its back. They have…

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