Bark Scorpion Removal and Treatment in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tucson and Beyond
Bark Scorpions are the most venomous of scorpions, and they are the most common found in Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale, Vistancia, Verrado, Norterra, Anthem, and more areas. You are at risk for scorpion invasions if you live on or near mountains, the edges of deserts, or abutting washes. Unfortunately the deserts, mountains, and washes are huge reservoirs or scorpions. Homes nearby these areas will always need scorpion prevention or treatment.
Arizona Heat Pest Services will exterminate any level of scorpion infestation. Level 1: Scorpions found outside. Level 2: Scorpions Occasionally Found Indoors. Level 3: Scorpions Frequently Found Indoors. We offer careful applications of chemistry to indoor and outdoor areas. We offer scorpion black lighting services where we physically remove scorpions from the outside of the property at night. We offer home sealing in some cases to prevent scorpion entry.
Careful Applications of Chemistry
For Bark Scorpion Extermination
We offer careful applications of chemistry to indoor and outdoor areas to eliminate the food sources for the scorpions. Scorpions enjoy eating other insects such as crickets, cockroaches, and other scorpions.
Scorpions themselves are very resistant to many kinds of chemistry applications because of three main factors.
- Scorpions often do not touch their belly or back to the surfaces they walk on, so the chemistry only gets on their feet.
- Scorpions do not clean themselves so they will not ingest the chemistry on their feet.
- Scorpion exoskeletons are very thick, like armor. Some chemistry has a hard time penetrating this armor.
Night Time Black Lighting
Physical Scorpion Removal
Scorpions glow when you shine a black light on them. We use high powered black lights to locate the scorpions. Once found we gather the scorpions and remove them from the property. When repeated and combined with other methods, physical scorpion removal can produce long lasting results. It is especially satisfying to remove pregnant females or those that have babies on their backs. You see the baby scorpions live on the back of their mother so she can protect them from predators – including other scorpions.
Scorpion Home Sealing
Physical barriers to entry.
Once all indoor scorpions are exterminated it is best to seal up the openings on the outside of the house to prevent their entry. We seal things like bird blocks, openings where pipes or wires enter a wall, J-trim on the bottom of stucco walls, Vent openings on roofs, vent intakes inside, and more.