Scorpion Control & Removal Professionals in Mansfield

Scorpion Control specialists in mansfield

Scorpions are a surprising but common pest in the Mansfield area. These armored arachnids are attracted by the safety of our homes, which often come with a bounty of insects for these creatures to eat. While that sounds helpful, scorpions also have venomous stingers that can cause serious reactions and injuries in humans or pets.

Scorpions in Texas are active all year, but during the summer months the heat brings the scorpions in the houses, also when people leave the lights on it will attract scorpions. The are not attracted to the lights, the things they eat are drawn to the lights. There are 18 different scorpion species in Texas. When they sting you should seek medical attention, then get professional scorpion control. 

If a scorpion is trying to stow away in your Mansfield, TX home, call Sureguard Termite and Pest Services.

Scorpion Control & Removal Services

Scorpions usually seek out dark, sheltered areas such as crawlspaces or basements. This gives them easy access to our homes. When confronted, a scorpion will defend itself with its powerful pincers and poisoned tail, lashing out at any attempt to capture it. Scorpion stings are painful and can be even more dangerous to children or pets.

Sureguard Termite and Pest Services know that your main aim is to protect your family. We’ve been tackling invasive pests for more than 50 years, and our veteran pest controllers know exactly how to deal with scorpions safely and quickly. We use environmentally friendly traps and treatments to remove the critter before it can do any harm.

All four of our residential membership packages include countermeasures for scorpions. We can also perform exclusion services to stop these arachnids from coming back. Our scorpion services can also be enlisted as one-time operations.

Contact Sureguard Today

Flip the script on an invading scorpion and take back your Mansfield, TX residence by contacting Sureguard Termite and Pest Services today.