Pest vs. Scorpion Control
Effective scorpion control is different from general pest control through product selection and treatment application.
Scorpions are built survivors, and one of the hardest pests to control, so scorpion control treatments must be specialized to work.
Pest vs. Scorpion Control Products
There are hundreds of good professional pest control products available today, and they work great for general control of common pests (like: ants, roaches, crickets, spiders, etc.)
Scorpions aren’t killed by most of these products, unless they’re sprayed directly, making them much less effective for scorpion control. To make matters worse, there are many professional pest control products labeled for scorpions that do not work well.
Modern pest control is designed to continue working long after it’s applied but this isn’t true with scorpions and most pest control products. Knowing which products work, and where they work, to produce successful scorpion control.
If you want scorpion control that keeps working for an extended period of time, instead of just killing on contact, products must be specifically formulated for scorpions and combined with agents to get extended exposure.Call Now Buy Online TEXT for Service
Scorpion pest control treatments differ from general pest control because sheltering areas must be thoroughly treated. This includes dusting in wall voids, dusting inside block wall fences, treating weep areas around the exterior of homes, applying correct products in every nook and cranny scorpions shelter in, like concrete expansion joints.
General pest control is effective with a less thorough application because most pests require less exposure to products for effective control. And most general pests, like crickets and desert roaches don’t stay in sheltering areas concealing themselves during the day like scorpions do.Start Service Online Or Call 480-924-4111
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