Scorpion Control Mesa

Scorpions are on every content except Antarctica and they can exist  in many habitats.  Scorpions are in the Arachnid class, like spiders.  Scorpions  have four pairs of legs and an external skeleton with a segmented body.  Believe it or not there are  more than 70 species in the United States and 1500 species of scorpions world wide.  All types of scorpions  have a pair of pincers and a long, segmented tail that curls upward and a venomous stinger on the end and an appearance as a  crablike with four pairs of legs.

Unfortunately Scorpions are predators—but this isn’t always bad as they kill all  types of insects, spiders, centipedes, crickets, etc.  Larger scorpions can even eat small lizards, snakes and mice.  Scorpions  capture their target prey with their pincers and  paralyze them with their venom.   What happens next is not pretty.  Scorpions  spray their capture food with an acid spray that dissolves tissues, this allows the scorpion to suck up the remains of their prey.

Only about 25 species have enough venom to be dangerous to humans, even though all scorpions are venomous. Generally there are many species of scorpions living throughout the Southwestern Desert but there are basically 3 species prevalent in the Mesa, Arizona area.

hairy scorpionArizona Hairy Scorpion

The Arizona Hairy Scorpion is the largest scorpion in the Mesa, Arizona Area.  It is about  5 – 7 long, the color of the Arizona Hairy Scorpion yellow and it has  darker coloring on top of its body.   The Arizona Hairy Scorpion has small brown hairs that cover the body.  It is venomous–but their venomous isn’t that potent.  Still, if stung by a scorpion seek medical attention immediately.  An allergic reaction to a sting could be very dangerous


stripe tailed scorpionStripe-Tailed Scorpion

This scorpion, the Stripe-tailed Scorpion, also goes by the name of the Devil Scorpion.  it has a color of light brown and has darker stripes on the upper side.  The length of the scorpion is 2.5 inches.  Once again it is venomous, but the venom is not considered dangerous.  Still, always seek medical attention immediately is stung by any scorpion to be on the safe side.


bark scorpionBark Scorpion

The Bark Scorpion is the  most venomous in the Mesa area and is dangerous to people.  The Bark Scorpion is  light brown, is up to 3” in length with a thin tail, about 1/16 inch wide.

These scorpions, like all scorpions, are nocturnal and hide during the day.  Some scorpions can  hide under logs, or under rocks, some scorpions hide in cracks and crevices and still others will live in crawlspaces.  Some dig and hide in burrows.  Seek medical attention immediately if stung by any scorpion, especially a Bark Scorpion.


Mesa Scorpion Prevention and Control

Be aware of  firewood, boards and other loose debris because these things, including piles of rocks can provide a safe places  for scorpions and they like to hide there.  Keep your home – including the crawlspace and garage – as well as your yard free of debris. Since scorpions eat bugs you can reduce the amount of food supply of scorpions  spraying  around the perimeter of your residence, and also do not forget your garage.

Mesa Scorpion Control & Extermination

Scorpions can be hard to control with normal pest prevention mentions.  It is unlikely you will be able to get scorpion insecticides with the retired potency to kill them.  It is recommended that scorpion control in Mesa be left to the professional exterminators. Give our very Mesa exterminators a call at (480) 646-4388 today!

Mesa Fleas

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Protect your family and pets from fleas; call us today!

Pest Control of Mesa receives many calls about Mesa flea treatments. Fleas are an annoying aggravation and not a single company should have to deal with them. Pest Control of Mesa has developed treatment for most types of Mesa fleas.

Fleas are wingless insects that have mouths designed for piercing skin to suck blood. Mesa fleas can become implanted within a human or pet’s hair in as little as 10 minutes. This will cause irritation and most likely redness and itching. Let Pest Control of Mesa help you with your flea issue right now! Combating a Mesa flea issue in the house is not easy. For each individual flea you discover there are probably hundreds unseen. Don’t let problems with fleas invade your family’s home, call (480) 646-4388 today!

Mesa Ant Removal

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Leave the ant removal to our Mesa experts!

Not a single person desires ants taking over their home. Pest Control of Mesa can help you with ant removal for the Mesa area and region. There are numerous types of ants you could be dealing with. Ant invasions in Mesa may take on numerous forms. Before you select any Mesa exterminator to conquer your ant issue call (480) 646-4388 to find out what to look for when hiring a Mesa pest control company.

Mesa Cockroach Removal

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Don’t let cockroaches take over your home; call (480) 646-4388 right away!

It’s fair to say that a majority of people are disgusted with the thought of cockroaches invading their home. We’ve definitely noticed a dramatic increase in the amount of people having cockroach problems, even if their house appears clean. This can often happen if you reside in close-living quarters such as an apartment and your neighbor, who has cockroaches, moves out.

It seems that the number of cockroach problems are keeping pace with the increased number of foreclosed homes. Once the nearby cockroaches devour all of the food in a foreclosed home they will come in search of food in your home next. Not to worry though, our Mesa cockroach exterminators are trained to remove your existing cockroaches, in addition to helping to prevent the cockroaches from coming back.

Cockroach Control in Mesa

Cockroaches are able to survive in conditions that other pests can’t because cockroaches are extremely adaptable. As you’ll find, this can sometimes make cockroaches difficult to discover and remove.

Mesa cockroaches are not only disgusting, but they’re also dangerous to have on your property. Roaches often carry bacteria, which can easily be transferred to humans. Roaches commonly trigger diarrhea and food poisoning in individuals by contaminating food and dishes and the surfaces they crawl on.

Keeping Mesa Cockroaches Away

Just about any gap or crack in your house is a spot where cockroaches can easily enter. To keep the roaches from entering your home you should plug up any openings around the baseboards, pipes, and windows of your property.

It’s also advisable to eliminate any extra scrap paper or cardboard around your house, in addition to your garage area, basement or attic. Another key to combat cockroaches is to be sure that foods are saved in tight sealed containers.

Cockroach Removal in Mesa, Arizona

With our experience, in-store options for cockroaches are ineffective. The substance we utilize to get rid of cockroaches is much more powerful compared to what you’ll buy in a store. There was one customer who claimed she’d paid more than $200 on do-it-yourself cockroach solutions and she still had cockroaches in her home!

The cockroach removal solutions we provide are cost-effective and we guarantee our work. If you put up with your cockroach presence for only one additional day, that’s one day way too many! Contact us at (480) 646-4388 today and we’ll provide a totally free estimate and schedule your service.

Mesa Bees, Wasps, & Hornets

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Protect your family or business from stinging insects; call (480) 646-4388 today!

As a resident of Mesa or even the surrounding area, you most likely already know that bees and wasps are quite common pests. You’ve come to the right place if you’re in need of a Mesa bee removal specialist.

Pest Control of Mesa has bee exterminators who work endlessly to safeguard the residents of Mesa from the menace of stinging insects. We’re able to offer Mesa bee removal services at both residences and business offices.

Our staff work throughout the Mesa, Arizona area to remove all types of bees, wasps, and other stinging insects. Our staff commonly removes Africanized killer bees, honey bees, yellow jackets, wasps and hornets. Not only will our Mesa bee removal experts remove the existing threat, but they’ll also help to keep the bees or wasps from coming back in the future.

Our staff will also remove any of the debris or remnants left behind by the bees. This includes removing beehives from roofs, attics, fireplaces, and any place else the bees might have left their mark.

Below is a list of areas to consider when attempting to get rid of a bee problem:

  1. Bees are normally not aggressive unless they feel threatened. If you discover a swarm or nest of bees, back up and stay away. Don’t attempt to swat at or spray the bees. Africanized killer bees are considerably more aggressive. Though they may look line honey bees, they ought to be sidestepped without exceptions.
  2. It is important that the bee removal company you hire removes the nest and all residue left by the bees otherwise the bees will come back. Ensure that the company you seek the services of includes this in their quote to you.
  3. When our pest professionals come to your home we’ll be sure that it’s totally closed off, and that there aren’t any open windows or holes in walls where the bees could gain entry. Protecting your loved ones and pets is our highest concern.
  4. Don’t get fooled by in-store bee removal products. The in-store products will simply have a temporary impact on the bees. They will also not get rid of the nest itself, which can be essential. Spraying bees will undoubtedly annoy them and send them into attack mode. Bee eradication is best left to Mesa bee removal professionals.
  5. When you notice a nest or swarm, you must not approach it. Africanized bees may look comparable to honey bees, yet are considerably more aggressive. Imagine that all swarms or nests of bees are hostile and remain at a distance. Don’t approach the beehive. Bee attacks may be deadly to humans.In contrast to various other Mesa pest control companies, we don’t send out our regular pest control specialists to deal with a bee removal job. Our Mesa bee removal specialists are truly excited about guarding the families of Mesa and take their work seriously.If you have observed an increase in the amount of bees you have noticed near your residence, office or school, then it’s a great indication that there is a swarm of bees nearby.

    A nest of Mesa bees can contain anywhere from 3,000 to 50,000 bees! We probably don’t need to tell you how harmful a bee nest near your house is to your loved ones and pets. It isn’t uncommon for bees to hover around a bush or tree for a few days before moving on. However, if you’ve realized that the bees have been around in the area for over a couple of days, then they’ve most likely taken up residence close by.

    You should consider your bee removal options if it appears that the bees have built a nest. If you want us to clear out a swarm that is sticking around, give our Mesa bee removal professionals a phone call.

    You won’t need to worry about getting billed for an inspection fee. When you give us a call we’ll ask you certain details about your issue so that we can give you an estimate right over the phone. We provide flat-rates to ensure you know precisely how much it’s going to cost. We additionally guarantee our work, so that you know it will be done correctly. Call (480) 646-4388 right now to find out how we will work with you.

Mesa Rodent Control

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Leave the rat removal to us; call (480) 646-4388 today for a hassle-free quote!

Unfortunately, most residents in the Mesa area experience a rodent problem at some point. Typically, once rodents have taken up residence in your home, they will look to nest and create a big family. You want to find and get rid of them before this happens.

Mesa Rats & Mice

Along with being disgusting, rats and mice can also pose a health hazard to your family. Mice and rats have been documented to carry:

  • Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome
  • Lassa Fever
  • Lymphocytic Chorio-meningitis
  • Salmonellosis
  • Omsk Hemorrhagic Fever
  • Tularemia

Even if a rat or mouse doesn’t carry a disease, it will still remain a nuisance to have in your home. Rodents must chew on objects to keep their teeth from getting too long, which means they’re going to chew on just about anything they can find. Rats and mice will often chew on electric wires and try to raid your stash of food. Rats will chew through anything that stands between them and food.

Rats aren’t afraid of chewing through your walls to get to food. Now, they don’t have to chew a very large hole because they can squeeze through tiny holes. In fact, mice can squeeze through a nickel sized hole while rats can squeeze through a half dollar sized hole. This is usually how mice and rats originally get into a home or business. They gained entry through a small hole that went unnoticed.

That is why it is very important that any rodent control measures include finding the gaps and holes that allowed entry in the first place. Rest assured this is a service that our Mesa rodent control specialists can perform for you.

We’ve included a list of the common areas where we find rodents navigating in homes. The common areas are:

  • Near dryer vents
  • Around the fireplace
  • Around sink pipes
  • Inside your attic
  • Under kitchen cabinets
  • Behind refrigerators

We have found that steel wool is one of the most effective materials for closing these gaps. For large holes, we find that metal sheeting, lath metal or hardware cloth is the most effective. Flashing near the base of your home is another alternative that’s available. If this sounds overwhelming or too much for you to do, don’t fear. We’d be happy to send out our Mesa rodent control experts to not only rid your home of existing rodents, but to secure it from future invasions as well. Call (480) 646-4388 today to schedule an appointment.

Mesa Spider Removal – Black Widow and Brown Recluse

mesa spider

Look out for any and all spiders; most will still bite! Call (480) 646-4388 now!

A lot of people are afraid of spiders. It should be noted, though, that spiders are helpful due to their role as predators of other pests. In most circumstances, Mesa spiders are completely harmless to humans.

The two common poisonous spiders that you might come into contact with in Mesa are the brown recluse and the black widow. In most cases, poisonous spiders like the black widow won’t actually come into your home. When they are found in homes they are usually in dark areas such as basements, garages and sheds.

More commonly, people in Mesa find black widows in wood piles. To protect yourself, please make sure that members of your family always wear gloves when reaching into dark areas. As you may already know, black widows can be identified by its black body and red hourglass. The brown recluse can be identified by its brown body and black fiddle on its body. If you see a black widow or brown recluse in or around your home or business you should call us or another Mesa spider control expert immediately.

Mesa Black Widow & Brown Recluse Removal

No matter what kind of spider you may be dealing with; harmless or poisonous, we want to help you get rid of your Mesa spider problem so that you don’t have to deal with them any longer. Give us a call at (480) 646-4388 today to get any questions answered and schedule your appointment.

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