Scorpion Extermination Experts in San Antonio
There are approximately 2000 different species of scorpions, and all of them are venomous. However, only about 25-40 species are venomous enough to cause severe damage to humans. One of the most potentially hazardous species in the United States is the bark scorpion. Most of these potentially lethal scorpions cannot kill healthy adults, but the lives of infants and the elderly are at high risk. The neurotoxins released by these pests can cause such disconcerting symptoms as convulsions and shortness of breath.
Are there scorpions in San Antonio?
The most common species of scorpion encountered in San Antonio and Central Texas is the striped bark scorpion. The striped bark scorpions usually hides under rocks and surface debris. They make their way inside homes through the attic during the day and then come forward at night, in search of food. Their sting can cause uncomfortable swelling and itching that can last for several days.
Don’t live with the risk of scorpions – call our Scorpion Exterminators today!
If you have children and elders in your house, you will need to make even more of an effort to ensure your house is free from these deadly pests This preventive measure is necessary to keep your home safe and protected, and it is beneficial to call professionals to exterminate unwanted scorpions from your home.
Whether you want to take preventative measures or have already found scorpions in your home, call us! Here at Scorpion Pest Control Services San Antonio, we make it a priority to protect your home and set your mind at ease.
Chemical control products may be necessary in certain situations, but rest assured that our exterminators are trained to apply these products only to areas where scorpions often hide. An exterminator from Accurate Pest Control can even examine your home for anything that may be attracting scorpions, such as water sources and debris. We can even suggest a maintenance program to minimize their population in the area.
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