PEST OFF PEST CONTROL IN ST. GEORGE, UTPROFESSIONAL PEST REMOVAL FOR SCORPIONS, COCKROACHES, & MORE
ST. GEORGE PEST CONTROL
Southwestern Utah is a beautiful desert of red rock canyons and dry windy hills. You wouldn’t think the desert would hide the kinds of pests that would cause so much trouble for humans. But you might be surprised at the variety of pests that want to call your house, your office, and your yard their home. St. George is a blossoming community, sustained by a growing economy and thriving tourism, and thousands of people migrate to the city for great outdoor opportunities and warm weather.
But when pests crawl in through the cracks and cause havoc, what is your best solution? Pest Off Pest Control wants you to know the facts so we can help you make your home a clean and safe environment in St. George, Utah.
PESTS COMMON TO ST. GEORGE
St. George faces just as many pests as other areas of Utah. However, some of the species that live in the area greatly differ from those that live up north. Here are just a few of the nasty bugs and arachnids you might discover crawling or buzzing around.
Seven species of scorpions live in Utah, and they all live in the southwest. Some of these include the Arizona bark scorpion, the black hairy scorpion, and the northern scorpion. Besides the Arizona bark scorpion, all the other species of scorpion are not lethal to humans (it is fortunate that Arizona bark scorpion populations mainly call the southeast home). Despite this, getting stung by scorpions is very painful, and their venom can be a danger to little children and elderly adults.
Dozens of spiders live in Utah, but seven species are specifically dangerous to humans. These include the black widow spider, the hobo spider, the brown recluse, the wolf spider, and the huntsman spider. Nearly all these spiders love to live in the shadows of buildings and garages, waiting for prey to come to them. If you notice an uptick in bugs, there’s a chance these predators aren’t far behind.
If you’re wondering about the difference between the humble bee and the wasp, the most obvious sign is the sleek hairless body and their aggressive defense of their territory. Their nests are unmistakable, made of gray and paper-thin layers of chewed wood and mud. If you notice a nest hiding in a tree or the eaves of your home, don’t spray it with a hose: this is asking for a lot of trouble. Instead, turn to professional pest removers like Pest Off to safely remove wasps and their nests.
Choose Pest Off Pest Extermination in St George UT
If any of these bugs or spiders make their way into your St. George home, office, or place of business, call on the professionals that get rid of them permanently. Give Pest Off Pest Control a call to schedule a fast and effective extermination today.
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