Scorpions typically hibernate in cold winter weather and become more active in the warmer months, when bug populations increase. Likewise, scorpions tend to frequent areas where their dinner — bugs, spiders and other creepy crawlers, including some lizards and even other scorpions, in the case of the Desert Hairy Scorpion — live. Dark, damp corners, wood piles, rotting vegetation, and lights shining in the night attract bugs and thus, scorpions. Scorpions can live for up to 6 months without food or water (and several days underwater, holding their breath) so even unused or closed off storage areas and flooded spots can contain scorpions.
The first step towards Las Vegas scorpion control is discouraging entry into your home. Remove piles of brush around your house and move wood piles well away from the foundation. Look for water leaks and dripping pipes and small cracks that allow the scorpion entry. Control the pest population around your home to make dining at your house less attractive. To protect young children, set crib or bed legs in glass jars to prevent the Bark Scorpion from climbing up to your sleeping child. Keep doors closed after dark and avoid walking barefoot at night.
Consulting Buddies Exterminating is your best bet to protect your family permanently. Buddies’ Las Vegas scorpion removal services eliminates scorpions efficiently and humanely. Buddies looks inside walls, where scorpions often hide until overcrowding forces them out, and other attractive areas.
Buddies knows how to get rid of scorpions, making them a leading name in scorpion extermination in Las Vegas.