Scorpions can survive in extreme environmental conditions which is a demonstration of their resilient nature. They have been known to thrive in scorching hot or wintery conditions comfortably. The southern states such as Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona are profoundly inhibited by scorpions, especially the Arizona hairy scorpion.
Implementing the following techniques will secure your home against scorpion in places such as Chandler, Gilbert, and Phoenix.
• Keep a Scorpion Predator
If you want to implement a biological control system to get rid of scorpions from your home, keeping animals to do so is a verified technique that has worked. Cats and dogs are known to be active scorpion hunters and killers. However, they are not the best since they are instinctively wary of scorpions and lack the necessary motivation to continue hunting them. Keeping chickens is the best remedy for scorpions as they are motivated to kill and eat them in your garden.
• Get Rid of Scorpion Food
Scorpions depend on insects such as locust, spiders, and crickets for food. You can adopt an indirect method by getting rid of these insects with the ultimate goal of starving scorpions. Using environmental friendly insecticides will kill or eradicate all insects from your home environment. Scorpions will have nothing left to eat, and they will have to move to a different place in search of food.
• Avoid Cluttering Your House
Scorpions tend to hide clutters in different parts of the house. They can hide under massive piles of clothes and in dirty corners of the rooms. It is advisable that you keep your home clean with light penetrating in all corners of the house. Avoiding large piles of clothes and books, and other household items will make it difficult for scorpions to hide in your home.
• Sticky Traps
Sticky traps have been used in trapping rodents such as mice and rats while they have also been heavily adopted in the eradication of lizards in our houses. You can as well use this strategy to trap scorpions. If you know where scorpions have been using as their route to your house/rooms, lay the sticky trap there, and you will be surprised to catch several scorpions in a day. You can later kill them using other physical means.
• Use Boric Acid
Sprinkling boric acid in areas that you suspect scorpions have been hiding which include at the corner of the house, below debris, and around the plants will get rid of scorpions in your home. Borax powder is not toxic to humans, so there is no danger in using it. However, it destroys insects’ nervous system hence killing them, making it an effective scorpion eradication weapon.
These are verified methods that will get rid of scorpions in your home.
If you still need help getting rid of Scorpions in your Phoenix, Arizona Metro house or commercial business office call our Scorpion Removal and Scorpion Pest Control Experts at Action Termite and Pest Control!