Scorpion interactions are common. They will frequently burrow under objects like trash cans, railroad ties, landscape debris, stones, and other objects during the heat of the day, making accidental encounters likely. They also need moisture to survive, and our homes provide that and cool temperatures, meaning scorpions will try to find their way inside, especially during the warm summer months. If you are worried about scorpions , read on. Learn about the dangers of scorpions and what you can do to prevent them from the experts at Green Home Pest Control.

Common Scorpion Species In Arizona

If you’re like most people, you don’t hang around very long when you come across a scorpion. But if you did, you would notice that not all are the same. Here are the common species of scorpion in our area:

  • Desert bark scorpion
  • Giant desert hair scorpion
  • Brown scorpion
  • Wind scorpion

Because of their quick movements and desire to hide, it can be hard to identify which species of scorpion is threatening your home. A professional exterminator can help you identify which species you are dealing with and help you treat them.

Dangers Associated With A Scorpion Bite

Scorpions have stingers that inject venom, and they use their stingers to kill their prey and as a defense mechanism. Unfortunately, this means that if you startle a scorpion, you can find yourself on the wrong end of a painful sting. Most scorpion stings usually have symptoms that are similar to a bee sting, including:

  • Pain
  • A burning sensation
  • Localized swelling

Of the species we have in Chandler, . It is one of a few scorpion species in the world whose venom is potentially dangerous to humans. Whether deadly or just painful, scorpion stings are dangerous and should be avoided.

Scorpion Prevention Tips

As common as scorpions are in Chandler, they will likely find their way onto your property and possibly into your home at some point. The good news for homeowners around Chandler is that you can take steps to prevent scorpions and avoid unwanted encounters. Here are some :

  • Eliminate harborage sites like woodpiles, trash, and landscape debris.
  • Remove stones and landscape timbers around your property.
  • Keep firewood 20 feet from your home and five inches off the ground.
  • Replace torn screens.
  • Seal cracks, crevices, and holes in the exterior of your home.
  • Make sure doors fit properly.
  • Garage doors should seal when closed; scorpions can get in if you see light from under a closed garage door.

By eliminating potential habitats and denying them access to your home, you can help avoid scorpion encounters.

Call The Professionals At Green Home Pest Control

While you can make changes to help keep scorpions away, there is no substitute for help from Green Home Pest Control professionals. Our trained exterminators will inspect your property for signs of scorpion activity and develop a plan to . We only use the best botanically derived treatment methods that are safe for you, your family, and your pets. We know the habits and habitats of the scorpions common to Chandler, and we know exactly what to do to eliminate them. We’ll make sure that scorpions aren’t a problem, so you and your family are safe from these pests. Reach out to us today to learn more!

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