Scorpion Extermination & Removal
Getting Rid of Scorpions in Las Vegas Homes
Bark scorpions in Las Vegas have made a massive comeback recently. With Las Vegas dry climate and cool nights and abundant food sources, many local Las Vegas residents are experiencing bark scorpion problems. We’ll show you a few effective ways of getting rid of bark scorpions in your home.
Scorpion Extermination in Las Vegas
As an experienced Las Vegas scorpion exterminator, Red Rock Pest Control has experienced the massive resurgence in bark scorpion infestations in the Las Vegas valley. Scorpions tend to colonize and spread in groups or clusters and then take over entire neighborhoods. Once they have found a home they will typically stay a while. Many Las Vegas homeowners are stepping on to their patio to discover bark scorpions basking on the walls or warm tiles.
Scorpion Removal Experts
Scorpions heat themselves during the night from the radiant heat coming off landscaping rocks, stones, and tiles. Las Vegas bark scorpion problems have become common recently as they are difficult to eradicate if not done properly. When treating a scorpion issue, if not done correctly or by a professional scorpion removal expert, the cluster or group of scorpions can be pushed to other homes or areas. If you need scorpion pest control or scorpion removal, please contact a local professional exterminator.
Bark or Arizona Desert Scorpions Stings
Bark scorpion stings, although not lethal typically to humans, are extremely painful and the venom can be deadly for pets. Some people are extremely allergic to Bark scorpion or Arizona Desert Scorpion venom and can have life threatening reactions. Scorpion anti-venom is readily available at your local emergency room but who wants to ruin their day with a trip to the hospital in excruciating pain form a scorpion sting.
Getting Rid of Scorpions in Las Vegas
Scorpions have become so prominent in Las Vegas that we need to be careful as local homeowners in that we do not create too inviting of a home for scorpions or other desert pests. We need to be especially careful if you have children or pets Get rid of bark scorpions can be difficult. The lone act of finding them is not easy.
Finding Scorpions in or around Your Home
Bark scorpions or Arizona Desert scorpions can be very difficult to see. They are very small and light brown. At night or in low lighting, they can appear nearly invisible as they are well suited for hiding and are natural nocturnal predators. Scorpions are carnivorous and cannibalistic and feed on other small insects, lizards and other very small creatures.
Getting Rid of Scorpion in Your Home
If you want to get rid of scorpions in your home or would like to prevent a scorpion issue, these small things will help you considerably. First, make sure you have your patio, backyard and landscaping clean and tidy. The less places they can hide, the less scorpions you’ll find in or around your home. To keep scorpions out of the interior of your home, make sure you check around and floor-level entryways and window seals. Cracks, seams and seals should all be thoroughly inspected. Scropions will move inside during cooler temperatures so be careful in garages and entry ways. When hunting scorpions at night, use a small LED black light and their bodies will glow, making them very difficult to find under rocks and scrap. We DO NOT RECOMMEND hunting scorpions without the help of a professional Las Vegas exterminator. Contact our scorpion team here at Red Rock Pest Control to schedule your professional black light scorpion hunt. Schedule your free pest inspection today and keep your home safe and protected.