Transcription from video: Pest Control Professional Speaking:”Pool equipment and pools tend to attract scorpions. You know that your yard has some level of infestation when you start to find them in your pump filters and water filters and in your pool.” “If you find them in your water filters and you haven’t yet seen them […]
Social media platforms are constantly put in head to head comparisons. So when Mat Siltala from Dream Systems Media did aÂ post about his scorpion sting on all 3 social media platforms simultaneously, the intuitive nature of Mat kicked in. Between Facebook, Google+, and twitter, which platform would be most responsive to a post about scorpion […]
Many individuals have been asking, How does the recent FDA approval of the Scorpion Anti-Venom change anything. Most people don’t die from scorpion stings in the US. So why is this anti-venom getting so much coverage? Here is the personal anti-venom Anascorp story of Tony (owner of Airport Phoenix Hotels), a Phoenix resident and aRead More
A Mexican made anti-venom has been making its appearance in Arizona hospitals for the past few years. Part of the clinical study on the anti-venom released data in regards to the effectiveness of the anti-venom in May of 2009 “Antivenom for Critically Ill Children with Neurotoxicity from Scorpion Stings”. The studies carriedRead More
I went inside and did an inside scorpion treatment. I left home at 9am. Took me an hour but the customer was very happy with her service.
Our resident scorpion mom had babies! A couple of things we discovered along the way… 1- Baby Scorpions DO NOT glow under a black light! Scorpions glow due to a protein found in their exoskeleton. It’s believed by some that scorpions maybe able to detect UV rays via this protein. Apparently this protein is notRead More
East Valley Tribune needs to get it facts straight. Truth: Scorpions
Bulwark Exterminating interviews scientist developing a pesticide from scorpion venom. The studies indicate that scorpion venom maybe a useful pest control solution, but what are the health risks? Is a scorpion venom used for pest control safe? According to the studies the scorpion venom my also lead to an alternative for morphine.
You may call them winter pest. You may call them holiday visitors. We call them seasonal invaders. They are the bugs and insects that strike when the cold weather approaches. These winter visitors seek the warmth and comfort of your beautiful home. Crawling in every crack and crevasse they can to escape the pending winter.Read More
Scorpion Season – WATCH OUT! – You may see an increase in scorpion activity this time of year. Why? Because its birthing season. Which means little baby scorpions everywhere. Yikes! But don’t get pest control… Get Scorpion Control! When you’ve got scorpions search for professional scorpion control. Learn more about SCORPION CONTROL.