Don’t Mess Around with These Pests
If you’ve ever seen a scorpion, chances are you don’t want them anywhere near your home. They are quite ferocious looking, with their eight legs, large claws, and venomous stinger tail. Scorpions have a relatively long life span for an arachnid and can live for up to 15 years in some cases. Often found in drier climates, they prey on insects and other pests that may be found around your home. Scorpions are venomous and something you certainly don’t want inside your house. If you have them around your property, Pestmaster can help you get rid of them.
What Are The Signs Of A Scorpion Infestation?
Scorpions usually become active at night and like to hide away during the day. If there are a lot of them around, you may even spot some moving about when you switch on your lights in the daytime.
Scorpion droppings look like small pellets and dark spots near walls bys doors. This is a sign that they have moved to your place if you live in an area with warm weather where scorpions often live outside. These unwanted guests have moved in without asking permission!
Female scorpions carry egg bags with up to 25 babies in them for a few months. This might show that they like nesting inside or have recently given birth in your house, which means there are probably more outside. To help prevent this, you should remove piles and junk away from the home into natural areas instead of leaving it around living spaces.
Are Scorpions Serious?
Scorpion stings are usually not deadly, however they contain a kind of poison. People often have numbness and soreness near the area where they were stung as well as swelling. In more serious situations, people can get sick or find it hard to breathe. Kids and older adults may be extra sensitive when stung by scorpions in North America, with one type being especially important–the bark scorpion.
If you think your home has scorpions, it is important to get help from a pest control or an exterminator who can remove them. The exterminators at Pestmaster specialize in treating scorpion infestations will be able to identify the species of scorpion present and advise on how best to handle the situation. We offer additional services such as sealing entry points so no more pests are able to enter your house again, which should provide long-lasting protection against future scorpion encounters!
Protect Your Home from Scorpions with Expert Assistance
Scorpions often hide in dark or shady areas, and many times will be found underneath gardening equipment, inside woodpiles, and under outdoor furniture. They will try to avoid the sun, which is why they may try to enter your home if given the opportunity. Dark basements are very inviting to scorpions, and once they are in your home, your family and pets may be at risk of getting stung. These stings can be quite painful and cause swelling and, on some occasions, an allergic reaction. The scorpion control team is ready to help you defend your house from these unwanted invaders.
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The best defense against a scorpion infestation is to find any vulnerable entry points in your home and cover them up. Exposed or damaged weather stripping can allow scorpions to enter your home, as can other openings around doors, windows, and your foundation. The Pestmaster team will do a thorough inspection of your property to find any potential entry points and then seal them up. If you already have scorpions inside your home, we will customize a treatment plan that safely eradicates them from your house.
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