Scorpions can be hazardous to have around and inside your home. Exclusion and proper landscaping are key when it comes to scorpion control in Oklahoma. The Skunk Whisperer® knows how to exclude scorpions from your home the right way, and make your property outside less scorpion friendly too.
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Scorpion Control

Scorpions can be dangerous pests and they are not officially insects. Scorpions are actually classified as arachnids, which are 8 legged pests such as spiders, mites and ticks. The venom from our common native Bark Scorpion can cause pain ranging from a slight irritation to severe pain a little numb feeling in the sting area all the way to convulsions. Our homes are perfect environments for scorpions to live, especially if you have carpeting they can live under. One scorpion can give birth to 100 baby scorpions, so exclusion repairs to fix the home are very important.

The Skunk Whisperer®, Inc. has "scorpion-proofed" many buildings with fantastic results. If you rely on poisons for scorpion control, you will likely always have scorpions. The proper way to get rid of scorpions is to completely seal the house so they cannot get inside and do repeated interior and exterior treatments and via cleaning up any debris or scorpion attracting landscaping. Scorpions can fit through gaps that are just 1/16th of an inch, so you want a company that knows how to get rid of scorpions and seals homes properly to keep scorpions out of the house. The Skunk Whisperer® does both.

Until your home is properly treated and fixed by our professional scorpion removal team - do not walk bare-footed indoors out outdoors on your property and check your shoes before putting them on.

Tulsa, Grand Lake & Eastern Oklahoma
Mobile Response #: 918-261-4444
9521 B Riverside Parkway, #343
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74137-7422
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