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Complete Scorpion Pest Control
Our team controls pests & keeps them away for good in 3 simple steps
Interior & Exterior Pest Inspection
Once you schedule an inspection, we investigate the inside and outside of your home. We check every square foot of your property; leaving no stone un-turned.
Bi-Monthly Follow-Up Treatments
After inspection, we perform an eco-friendly Power Sprayer Treatment to fortify your home. We return bi-monthly to keep scorpions & 70+ other common pests away for good.
In extreme cases, we perform a UV Hunt, flushing scorpions out from hiding to exterminate them all at once. This solution is perfect for homes experiencing large scorpion invasions!
Guaranteed Scorpion Pest Control Services. If Scorpions Come Back, So Do We!
We specialize in hunting and removing scorpions from your home, so you can live without fear and worry. We have over 30 years of combined experience performing UV Hunts and Power Sprayer treatments to fortify Las Vegas homes and keep Nevada’s most venomous scorpions off of our customers’ properties. If you notice any scorpions return after your Power Sprayer treatment, we’ll come back and get rid of them again, for free. Best scorpion removal in Las Vegas, NV – guaranteed!
Noticing Bark Scorpions in Your Home?
Scorpions in Las Vegas – What You Need to Know
Scorpion spray may not be enough to keep the pests away. Learn more about scorpions & how to get rid of them.
A Bark Scorpion found on a rock in the Nevada Desert.
Desert Bark Scorpions – Nevada’s Most Common Stinger
Desert Bark Scorpions may look small, but they are extremely dangerous to the elderly, toddlers, and small pets. These nocturnal insects can live for up to 15 years, and are often born in batches of up to 50 scorpions per litter. Female scorpions, unlike other common arthropods, don’t lay eggs externally. Instead, the eggs hatch inside of the mother where they develop until they are large enough to venture out on their own. While Desert Bark Scorpions prefer to live underground, they can often be found crawling around the inside of homes of unsuspecting homeowners during the night.
Homeowners can take specific preventative steps to keep their home safe from scorpions. Remove piles of rock & other debris like lumber wood from around your home to prevent scorpions from having a place to hide. They love cool, dark, and dry places. Homeowners can also regularly mow their grass to keep it low to prevent scorpions from having other hiding places. Always be sure to shake out clothing such as shoes, gloves, pants, and jackets prior to wearing them if you live in an area that is known to have Desert Bark Scorpions.
At-Risk Populations: What to Do If You Get Stung
The elderly, small children and pets are the most at risk of being harmed by scorpions. Being stung by one of these scorpions can cause sever pain, numbness, and tingling in adults and even more serious symptoms for babies and pets. Widespread systemic symptoms experienced after being stung by a scorpion include drooling, difficulty breathing, muscle spasms (twitching), nausea, vomiting, sweating, and an accelerated heart rate (tachycardia). Individuals who have experienced scorpion stings before may develop sever allergic reactions if stung again, which may develop into anaphylaxis – a life-threatening condition.
If a small child or elderly person in your home has been stung by a scorpion, seek immediate medical attention! Don’t wait! Waiting can lead to serious harm and potentially loss of life. While few deaths have been reported and attributed to scorpion stings in America, certain populations are still at risk. Take preventative measures to keep your home safe, seek professional scorpion extermination services, and always seek medical help if you or someone you know has been stung.
Scorpion stings can be highly dangerous to infants and elderly adults.
Scorpions carry over 30 babies on their back after birth.
Using UV Black-Light Hunting & Power Sprayer Treatments to get rid of Scorpions for good
Since scorpions are nocturnal pests that are most active at night and prefer to live underground, it can be fairly difficult to spot them during the day. Fortunately, UV Black-light hunting allows experts to flush scorpions out from hiding and remove them from homes. Flushing agents and black lights cause the exoskeleton of scorpions to glow in the dark, making them extremely easy to spot after-dark.
Often times during UV Hunts, you will begin to notice glowing scorpions crawling around your property! Once we are able to locate these glowing pests, we can collect and remove them from your home. Once the pests have been spotted and removed, our team performs a Power Sprayer treatment around your property that prevents scorpions from returning. To keep scorpions away for good, we return to perform bi-monthly follow-up treatments. This preventative measure has allowed us to keep our customers homes completely clear of scorpions, where they otherwise would have seen the pests return.
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“Newmans pest control is the greatest. Bobby the technician that came to visit my home answered all my questions and did a great job getting me started with a pest control program. I recommend you give Newmans pest control a call today. Your property will be in good hands and you will be working with a local team that knows the area and understands local pest control requirements. Further, the team at Newmans pest control have a great attitude and you can really feel that this is a business that is well managed.”
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