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Scorpions are arachnids with segmented bodies, pincers, and a venomous tail. While they help control insects in nature, some species can be harmful to humans and pets due to their venomous sting. In regions where scorpions are common, they can pose health risks. 

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Pest control specialists play a crucial role in handling scorpion infestations, specifically targeting and implementing measures to prevent future issues, ensuring the safety of people in affected areas.


Lethal Venom



Quick Facts



The average lifespan of a scorpion, but it can take 6 months to 3 years to become an adult.


Average Litter Size

Scorpions typically give birth to litters ranging from 14-100 young.

How we help

Comprehensive Inspection

In our inspection, we'll pinpoint entry points and conditions attracting pests, like scorpions, for effective elimination and prevention.

Tailored Treatment Options

Our customized treatment plan targets and eliminates identified pests, ensuring effective and safe results for your property.

Preventions Measures

We'll also take proactive steps to prevent future pest issues and maintain a pest-free environment.

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We recommend either our Double or Triple Diamond service. These services include exterior applications, involving a liquid application around the perimeter of your home, along with periodic dust applications.

Scorpions can fit through a very small hole/crack. They’ll usually find cracks in exterior walls, under doorways, vents, or weep holes in brick veneer.

Scorpions tend to harborage beneath items laying on the ground, under rocks, in firewood and lumber piles, under loose tree bark, debris piles and inside outbuilds.