Articles Under - phoenix pest control
Mar 03, 2021
What Phoenix Property Owners Ought To Know About Bark Scorpions
In Arizona, scorpions are less of a shock and more of a daily encounter, especially the brown bark scorpions that the Southwestern United States are known ... Read More
Feb 12, 2021
Mosquitoes & Dangerous Disease: What Everyone In Phoenix Ought To Know
Knowledge is power. That’s one statement that’s incredibly hard to argue with. In the case of mosquitoes, however, knowledge will simply keep you safe. Read More
Feb 07, 2021
Why You Should Call The Pros For Bee Removal On Your Phoenix Property
If you were asked what the difference is between a bee and a wasp, would you know? These 2 flying pollinators have a lot in common, but they’re also unique... Read More
Jan 28, 2021
Why Are Phoenix Mosquitoes Attracted To Some More Than Others?
Is there anything more obnoxious than mosquitoes? They come in seemingly endless numbers, they buzz incessantly, and their bites leave itchy, red welts. Read More
Jan 07, 2021
Why You Should Call The Pros About Rodents In Your Phoenix Home
Here in Phoenix, there are a number of home-invading pests that you could potentially encounter. Of these pests, some of the most dangerous are rodents. Read More
Dec 11, 2020
How Did Cockroaches Get Into My Phoenix Home?
A spotless home won't necessarily prevent cockroaches, as these pests will invade all different types of homes. Here are things you should know about them. Read More
Dec 04, 2020
What You Need To Know About Pigeons Around Your Phoenix Property
When it comes to pigeons, here are a few things home and business owners should know about these annoying and potentially dangerous pests. Read More
Nov 26, 2020
Why Are There Bed Bugs In My Phoenix Home?
Bed bugs are a tiny pest that most people have a lot of misconceptions about, and clearing up fiction from facts is the first step in protecting your home.... Read More
Sep 22, 2020
What Happens When A Scorpion Stings My Cat?
If you’re living in southwest Arizona, scorpions are a consistent safety concern. The Arizona bark scorpion is considered the most dangerous. Read More