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Bulwark Scorpion Control Makes The Evening News

 

CBS 5 – KPHO

Bulwark Scorpion Control Makes The Evening News

So far, 2013 has proven to be a year for scorpions. Phoenix, AZ residents have been seeing an increase of these stinging pests; as they creep around homes and properties this spring. This increase in scorpion activity is due to the hotter than usual spring temps, combined with a very wet winter. This combination provides ideal condition for scorpion breeding, which in turn, means more scorpion sighting.

photo 6 300x225 Bulwark Scorpion Control Makes The Evening NewsResidents of the Phoenix Valley have desperately needed some answers regarding the increase of scorpions this spring. CBS 5 News (KPHO) in Phoenix was one of the first outlets to jump on the scorpion story… And when they needed answers, they turned to the scorpion experts at Bulwark Exterminating!

CBS 5 reporter Colton Shone came along as Bulwark technician, Devin Conner, made a house call to treat a scorpion infested home in the valley.

Darren Desylvia and his family have been having problems with scorpions.

“As long as the sheets are off of the floor, the scorpions won’t be able to climb up.” He found these the other day… “One was along the house outside and the other was right along the sliding glass door.”

Darren believes that Bulwark’s scorpion control efforts will pay off huge this year, and that he and his family will no longer have to live in fear of the malevolent pests.

Bulwark was more than happy to help out.

Arizona Bark Scorpions

Scorpions come in all sizes, shapes, and colors; but the most common of the Arizona scorpions is the Arizona Bark Scorpion. Not only are these scorpions the most common, they are the most dangerous.

Arizona Bark Scorpions are a yellowish tan in color, and are about two inches in length. These scorpions are most active at night, feeding on crickets and cockroaches. They come into homes looking for water. They are difficult to spot, since they blend in so well with the terrain. The best way to spot a scorpion in your yard or in your home is with a black light. Chemicals in the scorpion’s exoskeleton cause them to glow brightly.

Scorpion Control Phoenix

When CBS News was in need of some expert advice and help dealing with scorpions, they called the best, and so should you. For professional scorpion control, call Bulwark Pest Control today!

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Peoria, AZ 85345
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To read the transcript of the CBS News broadcast in its entirety, click the link below:

Scorpions Popping Up in Phoenix-Area Homes Earlier.

 

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April 5, 2013 at 6:28 pm
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