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Scorpion Control, Trapping & Removal Services
We can rid you of Scorpion problems safely and efficiently
Scorpions are arachnids with eight legs and sharp stingers. They are very common across the southern and southwestern United States and parts of Mexico. Scorpions not only inhabit desert areas but grasslands, rain forests, and savannahs as well. They are most active during the day, feeding off of insects and spiders. When they are active, scorpions seek shelter and coolness underneath rocks, woodpiles, and tree bark. If a scorpion stings a human or animal, it can be deadly.
Do not risk your safety trying to capture a scorpion on your own. Your safety is our number one priority at Trutech. Our team of experts at Trutech have the skills and tools necessary to solve your scorpion problem, no matter how big or small. When the professionals at Trutech handle all of your scorpion control and removal needs, you can ensure a humane, safe, and diligent removal of these creatures.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to Trutech for our expert scorpion removal services. Our professionals are here to help your family and pets from being injured by these creatures. At Trutech, our scorpion control and scorpion removal services will help you regain your peace of mind with a scorpion-free property. Because, when you trust Trutech to handle all of your scorpion removal services, you are getting the best service possible. Don’t wait any longer to solve your scorpion problem– call Trutech today!
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Scorpions are arachnids and, subsequently, are related to spiders. They are, however in a separate order (Scorpionida). Scorpions are predators. They hunt insects and use the venom located in the stingers at the tip of their abdomen to paralyze prey. This stinger can also be used in defense, so beware! If a scorpion gets into your house, keep in mind that, not only can it give you a painful sting, but you might have an insect problem that is attracting the predator! It is best to have scorpion control and scorpion removal professionals do an inspection for you.