Las Vegas Scorpion Control
Scorpion Control Specialists in Clark County
Scorpions may play a key role in their natural environment, stopping the insect population from getting too large. Still, they are not creatures you ever want to find in your home. So if you are suffering from an infestation, call Fischer’s Pest Control about scorpion control so you can protect your whole household.
Call us at (702) 815-7894 and our team would be happy to answer any questions you have.
Common Types of Scorpions in Las Vegas
Where Scorpions Tend to Live
Although scorpions can be found in many parts of the Southwestern United States, Las Vegas is a hot zone for these pests. Scorpions do not stay contained in the desert. Unfortunately, even though this is the natural habitat, they are most associated with.
During the most scorching parts of the day, they enjoy finding cool, dark places around your home to hide, including:
- Garages, cellars, basements, and crawl spaces: Because these entrances are usually not sealed or insulated, scorpions can easily make their way through the cracks to take shelter in these shaded areas.
- Around swimming pools, ponds, Jacuzzis, fountains, and pipelines: Scorpions are highly attracted to anywhere that water is collecting. Even if you thoroughly chlorinate and treat your pool, scorpions will still enjoy the refreshing moisture, so be extra cautious around these areas.
- Bathtubs, showers, and beneath sinks: If a scorpion finds its way inside, it will often be drawn to these cool, moist places. Be extra cautious of shower curtains, since these can easily hide a lurking scorpion.
- In shoes and slippers: Because these small, dark “containers” are so near to the ground, scorpions love to wander inside. Stepping into a pair of shoes without checking them could be something you regret for a long time.
LEAVe YOUR SCORPION PROBLEM TO PROFESSIONALS
The presence of scorpions in your home or business can be a worrisome and stressful experience. If you have recently seen small bugs that look like crickets or roaches but have tails, it's likely that you're seeing baby scorpions.
If you've seen a scorpion, it's important to note that it may not be alone. A single scorpion can lay up to 50 eggs at one time! You may be wondering what might be attracting them and how can you get rid of them? Having trees around your home that attract insects that they eat could definitely attract them.
Whether you only appear to have a few scorpions laying around or a whole colony, it is a big mistake trying to handle them on your own, since their stings can be excruciatingly painful or even deadly.
Always reach out to a team of pest experts as soon as you discover a scorpion lurking inside your property. Professional exterminators will be able to use methods that are much more powerful than generic, over-the-counter sprays. For example, by utilizing superior flushing agents such as black lights, technicians can easily find where these scorpions are hiding. On account of a chemical that makes them glow when the black light hits them, scorpions can never hide from a specialist’s careful eye.
Once the current generation is removed, our knowledgeable experts at Fischer’s Pest Control can apply powerful pesticides in a barrier around your home or business, which will keep any new scorpions from entering.
I called Fischer Pest Control to do an initial spraying/set up for our property. I have not seen any pests to date but it is always a good idea to pre-treat. The technician was on time, friendly and very knowledgeable about pests and rodents.- Melinda B.
I have been using Fischer’s for over three years and I am forever grateful for their professional service. Kevin is the technician that comes to my home he always uses pet safe sprays!- Michelle W.
We have been using Fischer's Pest Control since 2004, having excellent service from their service technicians. If we have an issue, they are here to address our issue.- American Jetting Services
Thanks Ryan for the great job you did on my home! No insects, spiders, scorpions that's a plus especially for my kids and my german shepherd! Inside and out I recommend this company for those who want a great job at an affordable price.- Jon N.
Once the ants started showing up this summer, I knew I didn't want to deal with it again. I contacted Fischer's Pest Control, and after the first visit I never saw another live ant, roach, spider, or anything. Extremely friendly!- William K.
We got bed bugs from some used furniture and could not get rid of them. They spread to two other family members homes since we didn't know at the time that we had them. Fischer's got rid of them the first treatment at all three properties.- Brian C.
Fischer's Pest Control team was on time and effective while providing excellent customer service. I had a bee infestation on the roof of my house. They are my first and only company to call for pest removal.- Lance B.
Our family has had Fischer's Pest Control for the past 10 years. I would not use any other pest control company. I have recommended Fischer’s Pest Control to all my family, co-workers & friends. FISCHER’S PEST CONTROL IS THE BEST IN LAS VEG- Christine L.
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