Are pesky scorpions invading your personal space? Take back your home with scorpion treatment in Texas.
Scorpion Infestations: Identification, Removal, and Control
Scorpions are a common pest in Texas, and they can be extremely difficult to control if left unchecked. Texas Bug Control is here to help you identify and remove scorpions from your home or business. We also offer specialized treatments for preventing future infestations and controlling current ones. If you think you may have a scorpion problem, give us a call today so we can assess the situation and recommend the best course of action for you. From identification, removal, and prevention – our team has the skills and experience needed to expertly handle all your scorpion control needs. Don’t wait – contact Texas Bug Control now to get started!
Texas Bug Control works to eliminate scorpions in residential and commercial buildings across Allandale, Andice, Austin, Barton Creek, Bee Cave, Brushy Creek, Cedar Park, Daffan, Del Valle, Dripping Springs, Jollyville, Jonestown, Georgetown, Green Shores, Hutto, Lakeway, Leander, Liberty Hill, Manor, Mueller, Oak Hill, Onion Creek, Pflugerville, Round Rock, Rough Hollow, Tarrytown, The Hills, Wells Branch, West Lake Hills, and Windemere.
What Are Scorpions?
Scorpions are arachnids, closely related to spiders, mites, and ticks. They have four pairs of legs and a distinctive curved tail with a venom-filled stinger at the end. Scorpions come in many shapes and sizes but are typically between two and three inches long. Although they vary in color, most scorpions are yellowish-brown or gray with darker markings on their back or abdomen.
How Do You Identify an Infestation?
Scorpion infestations can be difficult to detect since these pests usually hide during the day and become active at night. However, there are certain signs that can indicate an infestation: droppings near baseboards, doors/windowsills, crevices, or other dark areas; damaged clothing, furniture, or wallpaper; and the presence of live scorpions. If you notice any of these signs in your home or business, it’s important to call an experienced pest control professional right away.
Behavior and Characteristics of Scorpions
Scorpions are nocturnal and prefer dark, moist places. They are also very good at hiding, so they can be difficult to spot during the day. However, when they do become active, you may see them crawling on walls or ceilings or even in your bedding. Scorpions have poor eyesight but can detect vibrations and will sting if threatened.
Removing Scorpions with Texas Bug Control
At Texas Bug Control, we understand that scorpion infestations can be difficult to get rid of. That’s why we offer specialized treatments tailored to your specific needs. We use advanced tools and techniques to locate and remove pests from your home or business, as well as long-term solutions for preventing future infestations. We also conduct thorough inspections to ensure all areas are pest-free before leaving the premises.