Home Sealing & Preventing Scorpions
Does Home Sealing Prevent Scorpions?
Sealing your home is one of the most effective ways to prevent invasive scorpions. By closing off any potential entrances to your home, a scorpion has very little chance of finding its way in, as they can enter through extremely small openings. A home seal involves a thorough inspection of the property to identify any gaps that may serve as entry points, closing off those entry points, and eliminating any potential threats to entry points developing in the future.
A scorpion home seal from a professional pest control expert takes this a step further, by applying barrier treatments and traps to ensure any scorpions that come near the home are quickly deterred. During the inspection, a pest control pro will also be able to spot additional scorpion problem areas that are unique to Arizona that may be missed by a homeowner or contractor. Not only will your home be sealed off from invasive scorpions, they will be deterred from the area and keep your garage, utility lines, venting systems and other areas around your home scorpion free.
Benefits of a Scorpion Home Seal
With a proper home seal comes the added benefit of keeping what’s inside your home in, and what’s outside your home, out. Namely, air. A home seal will help keep your home cooler in the warm months by preventing heat transfer in any air conditioned spaces. This in turn will help keep cooling bills down and make your home a more comfortable place to live. This is extremely important and beneficial living in the scorching desert. This also comes in handy during the cooler months, preventing warm air from escaping the home.
A scorpion home seal is great for keeping scorpions out of your home, but it also doubles as a protective barrier from other pests as well. Roaches, ants, rodents, spiders and other pests utilize the same routes into your home as a scorpion will use. By performing a home seal for scorpions, you get the added benefit of preventing numerous pests from getting into your home.