Winter Time Bugs Moving In

Everyone loves coming to Las Vegas! It’s a great place to visit and relax or have an exciting time. Tourist love the casinos and hotels. People come from all over the world to enjoy the hot weather and sun. The casino pools and attractions. One thing a lot of people don’t know about Las Vegas and the surrounding cities like Henderson, Summerlin, North Las Vegas and Mts Edge is that it gets COLD! Las Vegas is known to have some bug problems in the summertime. Here at Red Rock Pest Control, we deal with them on a daily basis. I mean we live in the desert. Scorpions, Roaches, Ants, Spiders and Crickets are common around here. We even have the deadly Bark Scorpion. Most people think these are bugs that thrive in the summer and disappear in the winter. Guess again! Yes! It gets cold here. It has been known to even snow in places like Anthem, Henderson and even East side Las Vegas.
Las vegas bugs are just like is when it comes to cold weather. They like to stay warm too. Most people think that since they like to stay warm that they will just burry deep underground and disappear for the winter. Well that is true in some cases with some bugs like Silver Fish and Ants but bugs like Scorpions and Spiders love to take residency inside of our homes. I don’t know about you but I don’t want to share my home with a Black Widow or a Brown Recluse. I definitely don’t want to share my home with a Bark Scorpion or a centipede. That’s where Red Rock Pest Control comes in. We offer our Safer Barrier Technology. This means that we set up a pet and human friendly barrier around your home to protect you from bugs. Our professional pest specialist come to your home and customize a plan of action to keep you bug free. Its kinda of like locking the doors to bugs. Keeping your home pest free is our priority and making our customers feel safe is what we do. If you feel you are being invaded by unwanted pest, call Red Rock Pest Control today (702)-518-2580 and we will come to your home the same day to answer any questions or concerns you may have.