Phoenix, AZ (Vocus) October 14, 2009 -
Pest Bomb (http://www.PestBomb.com ) responds to recent consumer input based on misconceptions regarding scorpions. Consumers believe that scorpions are immune to pest control and therefore there is no need to schedule professional pest control services when scorpions are discovered in a home or on a property. PestBomb urges consumers to reconsider the issue. Scorpions can become a big problem if left unchecked. Killing one scorpion doesn't mean you've solved your problem.
With more than 1500 species of scorpion nationwide and a wide range of possible habitats (with higher percentages found in Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas) a problem with a scorpion could mean many things and require any of a variety of solutions. First and foremost, do not labor under the misconception that killing one scorpion in your home or on your property has ended the issue. One scorpion almost always means more scorpions. Tyson Bailey of PestBomb suggests, "Don't wait until it's painfully obvious that there was a large group of scorpions instead of just the one that you killed. Get someone out to take care of it before you have to worry about an infestation. Let a professional help you with scorpion removal."
PestBomb suggests that if consumers want to involve themselves in the process the most helpful thing they can do is to look around their home and change things that are inviting to scorpions. There shouldn't be any "piles" around the sides of your home, especially near the foundation: loose boards, firewood, rocks, etc. A similar theory should be employed inside the home as well. Common problem areas include: storage areas where boxes are stacked, paper stacks that aren't moved often, broken molding and/or holes in drywall, etc.
PestBomb.com was created by pest control experts. Consumers who access the website are offered access to free, no obligation quotes from the PestBomb database of providers. Pest control services can even be scheduled online for consumer convenience.
Company: Pest Bomb
Contact: Tyson Bailey