Bees live in honeycombs and LOVE pool water in Greater Phoenix AZ. Beeswax, which honeycomb is made of, must to stay at a cooler temperature. In HOT weather, bees COOL their colony & honeycomb with pool water!
Bees work at collecting WATER and spread it throughout their colony. Then the bees actually FAN the air causing evaporation which COOLS the colony. Bees will collect this WATER from any source they can… For example your SWIMMING POOL, bird bath, dripping faucet, or sprinklers. [Read more…]
Roach Pest Control – Greater Phoenix AZ
The first step in EFFECTIVE Roach Pest Control is correct identification! There are several different roach species and each requires specialized treatment customized to their habits! [Read more…]
Recommend Monthly Service
One of the biggest pest problems in Mesa and Phoenix Valley are are scorpions. Scorpions are not a “if” but a “when” in Greater Mesa and Phoenix AZ.
Scorpions are survival machines and require a heavier, more thorough, treatment for effective control. Monthly service is most potent because it does not wear off between services, hence monthly service is best for scorpion control. Whether you have scorpions in your home and yard now or not, monthly service provides the strongest control of pests plus scorpion prevention! Arizona Bark Scorpions love to shelter in concrete expansion joints and around foundations and brick or rock siding and fences. The Phoenix Valley has an abundance of Arizona Bark Scorpions and home intrusions very common. [Read more…]
Control Stinging Pests
There are 4 groups of pests that sting including: Ants, Bees and Wasps, SCORPIONS, and caterpillars. Stings can cause pain, redness, swelling, and severe allergic reactions. Control stinging pests with the professionals at Responsible Pest & Scorpion Control! [Read more…]
Baby Scorpions Inside
Finding a baby scorpion in the house means there are probably more… [Read more…]
Pest Control Safety for Pets
Pets and wild animals can be very susceptible to Pest Control products. The most susceptible animals are BIRDS, FISH, and reptiles. Risk to pets is minimized by avoiding contamination of: [Read more…]
How long do you have to stay out of your house after pest control? After Your Scorpion & Pest Control treatment, we just ask that you keep children and pets off treated areas till they’re dry.
What should I do after pest control? After products from your scorpion or pest control application DRY, they’re NOT readily absorbed into hands and paws! It’s best to do deep cleaning before your pest control service, however after pest control spray is dry, you can go ahead and live your life as normal….. Vacuum, mop floors, and water your lawn, etc!
Most people who find a Centipede in their home or yard wonder, “Are Centipedes poisonous?”….The answer is Yes.
Watch out for centipede bites! Centipedes have poisonous jaws and inject venom with them. Large centipedes, like the one pictured above, can break through human skin. Centipede bites are like a bee sting and cause pain and swelling. The bigger the Centipede, the bigger the bite.
Centipede bites are painful and can swell, but they aren’t lethal. Centipede bites can be comparable to bee stings, and just like bee stings, allergic reactions can make reactions to centipede bites worse.
- Centipedes are effectively controlled with Responsible Pest Control’s monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly Pest Control Services.
- Centipedes seek moist areas, so eliminating (as much as possible) areas with high moisture around your home will help in controlling them. You can do this by removing thick mulch and ground covering around your home.
Centipedes in Arizona
Centipedes live all over in Arizona from the foothills to homes in the Phoenix Valley and Tucson. They’re are usually found in landscaping areas high in moisture, but will enter homes feeding on flies & spiders, etc. Centipedes are carnivorous and get some of their moisture needs from their prey.
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