What pests become more active in the summer?
It’s been another beautiful winter in the greater Phoenix area. But, all good things must come to an end: a hot summer is on the way, and will be here sooner than you think. The same is true for all the pests that come out of the literal and figurative woodwork as the weather warms up. It’s…Read More
Scorpions During Spring in Tempe
The height of scorpion activity in Tempe is during the monsoon season. Temperatures are hot, the air is humid and this is the most desirable condition for scorpions, insects, and vegetation; and the most difficult time to start getting scorpions under control. During this time, the sheer number of scorpions out of their hiding places…Read More
How To Keep Scorpions Away From Your Laveen Property
There are some creatures that need no introduction to be feared, and scorpions are one of them. These scary looking arachnids have every visual sign of a pest that means business. One can only assume that their stinger tipped tails and powerful looking pincers are there to cause humans as much pain as possible. The…Read More
How Dangerous Are The Scorpions In Mesa?
While in many areas of the country people really only have to worry about venomous spiders, residents of Mesa also have to look out for scorpions. These pests, also arachnids and close relatives of spiders, can be terrifying. While all scorpions can be scary to encounter given their ability to inject venom using their large…Read More
Four Easy Ways To Keep Scorpions Away From Your Phoenix Home
Did you know that scorpions are most closely related to spiders, mites, and ticks? Throughout the United States, you’ll find 70 species of scorpions, and 1,200 species across the world. Of these, the most dangerous species is the Arizona bark scorpion, which can be found in the American Southwest and in Northern Mexico. They are…Read More
Tempe Property Owners’ Complete Guide To Effective Scorpion Control
Scorpions are a common pest in the Tempe, Arizona area. Like other arachnids, scorpions have eight legs. Their coloration varies and may indicate the type of environment where they live. For example, scorpions that live in the mountains are brown to black, while those that live in the desert are light brown to yellowish, lacking…Read More
The Trick To Getting Rid Of Scorpions On Your Tempe Property
Scorpions are typically found in the open desert and dry, rural conditions, such as desert mountains, grasslands, and deciduous forests. However, it’s not uncommon to find scorpions on your Tempe property or even in your home or business. Even though scorpions are threatening in appearance, they rarely sting humans, and though painful, their stings are not usually…Read More