Get Rid of Bark Scorpions with a Phoenix Specialist
The presence of the bark scorpion or any scorpion in your Phoenix home can be overwhelming. Our technicians have extensive experience in removal of scorpions in Arizona as well as other pest prevention services, so you can be assured you are hiring the right people for the job.
We will provide a thorough inspection of your home & property to determine the most effective scorpion removal and treatment strategy. Based on the results, we will develop a customized treatment program specific to your needs, while integrating several environmentally friendly approaches to ensure maximum protection from scorpions in your home or business.
Rest assured, you’ll be scorpion-free. It’s our 100% satisfaction guarantee.
What to Know About the Bark Scorpion
The bark scorpion is the most common species of scorpion in the Phoenix area. They are a nocturnal predator that feeds on a variety of insects. Scorpions in Phoenix enjoy cool, dry places. You’ll find them climbing your stucco walls at night or hiding by your swimming pool during the day.
While not active, bark scorpions prefer an upside down orientation, and will often cling to the underside of objects like rocks or even furniture. They are excellent climbers, and are one of the few Arizona pests found in trees, hence the “bark” in their name.
Bark scorpions in Phoenix have a fairly poisonous sting, and are very dangerous to small pets and toddlers. A combination of black-light exclusion and monthly pest prevention is the best formula for scorpion elimination.
Preferred Bark Scorpion Control Services in Phoenix
Bug Guardian has become a preferred and well respected bark scorpion control service provider in the Phoenix valley, because we provide thorough and guaranteed scorpion control services, performed by service technicians that take the time to do the job right the first time.
Our solutions combine proven scorpion control strategies with customized recommendations to help make your home or property more scorpion-proof and to help you achieve long term home and commercial scorpion control.
When Bark Scorpions Appear
As temperatures start warming up in Arizona, scorpions begin emerging from their winter hibernation. When overnight averages exceed 60 degrees regularly, you can count on seeing more scorpions. Areas with new construction can cause additional scorpion sightings and invasions, as the heavy activity drives them from their habitat into calmer areas. Scorpions are nocturnal, so they are active at night, and their movements may go unnoticed throughout the day.
Why Bark Scorpions Enter Homes
Scorpions may enter homes while searching out food and water. If they find this opportunity or suitable shelter in your home, they don’t really have reason to leave. Ensuring your home is free from scorpion prey like insects, and has a minimal amount of hiding places, can make your home less appealing. However, an even more effective solution is a scorpion home seal, which will prevent scorpions from entering your home in the first place.
Bark Scorpion Stings
The Arizona Bark Scorpion carries relatively potent venom, and can cause very intense pain and a hot burning sensation in humans. In some cases, the sting can be more serious, causing breathing difficulty, numbness, vomiting and even convulsions. Allergic reactions are also a possibility, resulting in difficulty swallowing. If these symptoms occur, seek emergency medical attention immediately.
Why Choose Bug Guardian For Bark Scorpion Removal?
- Our technicians are highly trained and provide the necessary time to service each property appropriately.
- We provide a customized, thorough inspection and application of our pest control products.
- Our products are strong enough to get rid of pests, but are also people friendly, pet friendly and environment friendly.
- All Bug Guardian services are fully guaranteed.
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