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We are Varsity Termite and Pest Control and we are proud to be helping our customers in the San Tan area. Scorpions can be a nuisance, and eradicating them is a job best left to the professionals at Varsity. When you think nothing can be done to stop scorpions from getting in your Arizona home, there is” Scorpion Barrier” by Varsity. Varsity is a leader in San Tan scorpion control. We have been stopping scorpions with the Scorpion Barrier system for years with great success. So don’t let scorpions into your home, call us at 602-757-8252 or visit us online at varsity termite and pest control.com, today to get your estimate.

Scorpion Control

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Scorpion Barrier, the most advance scorpion control service available in Arizona.

When you think nothing can be done to stop scorpions from getting in your Arizona home, there is” Scorpion Barrier” by Varsity. Varsity is a leader in scorpion control. We have been stopping scorpions with the Scorpion Barrier system for years with great success.

Mesa Scorpion Extermination

Varsity’s Proven Steps gives you Year Around Protection

  • Residual dusting with natural based products
  • Foundation dusting.
  • Attic dusting
  • Electrical outlets dusted
  • Plumbing points dusted
  • Block fence dusted
  • Void areas inside and out dusted.
  • The dusting to the cracks and hiding places that Scorpions can live and hide is your best bet to getting rid of these nasty little visitors.
  • Sealing to keep them out!
  • Seal foundation
  • Under and around door frames
  • Under thresholds
  • Seal around a/c lines and electrical outlets and boxes on the outside
  • Seal plumbing and electrical outlets inside
  • Screening
  • Roof vents
  • Exhaust fan vents

These are just some of the steps along with weather stripping your doors that Keep Scorpions OUT!

All Varsity complete Scorpion Barrier services come with a three year warranty!

About Scorpions found in Arizona

Scorpions are arachnids, close relatives of spiders, ticks and mites. There are approximately 1,300 species of scorpions world-wide. They are very common in the Southern and Southwestern States. About 40-60 species occur right here in Arizona, although many are un-described. While they are commonly thought of as desert animals, they do in fact occur in other habitats as well, including grasslands, pine forests, rain forests, deciduous forests and caves.

Most scorpions are not poisonous with the exception of the Bark Scorpion which reside in Arizona (see below for details). Even with non-poisonous scorpions, young children, the elderly and individuals that may be allergic to scorpion venom can experience serious health consequences if stung and should seek medical attention immediately.

Mesa Scorpion Habits

These nocturnal, predatory animals generally feed on a variety of insects, spiders, and even other scorpions. The larger scorpions occasionally feed on vertebrates, such as small lizards, snakes and mice. Scorpions can survive without feeding for six months. Despite their villainous appearance, scorpions are not aggressive hunters but rather lie and patiently wait for their next meal. Scorpions enter structures in search of shelter and water.

Arizona Bark Scorpion

Scorpion ControlThe poisonous “bark” or “crevice” scorpions are pale and small, making them difficult to see. They are common throughout many habitats but almost always in rocky areas and are very able climbers. While most scorpion species are solitary in nature, the Bark Scorpion is an exception. They can congregate between 20 to 30, which make them even more menacing. The venom of the Bark Scorpion may produce severe pain (but rarely swelling) at the site of the sting, numbness, frothing at the mouth, difficulties in breathing (including respiratory paralysis), muscle twitching, and convulsions. Death is rare, especially in more recent times. Antivenin is available for severe cases. Certain people, however, may be allergic to the venom and can experience life-threatening side effects when stung (as occurs with bee stings).

Due to the potentially dangerous nature of these creatures, Scorpion Control is best left in the hands of the professionals.

Areas Prone to Scorpion Infestation in Arizona

  • Garbage
  • Stored Boxes
  • Bricks
  • Old Lumber
  • Decaying organic debris such as bark, leaves, etc.
  • Organic Matter in and around potted plants and gardens
  • Shoes or soiled clothing
  • Areas in the attic infested by insects
  • Wall openings and conduits
  • Around light fixtures

Our Scorpion Barrier system has been stopping scorpions from entering Arizona homes for years and can protect your home too! Call us today for a Free Scorpion inspection and find out why residents from Phoenix to Mesa and throughout the Valley trust Varsity for their scorpion control needs!
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