With this year’s warmer than usual spring, Arizona residents are seeing quite the increase in scorpion activity. Warmer weather means more scorpion breeding; which in turn, means we are seeing a lot more of these dangerous pests. Because of these early sightings, Bulwark Exterminating technicians have been making more house calls than usual for this time of year. Scorpions are the most significant and prominent pests found in Arizona. When you’re dealing with such a malevolent pest, you want to call the best there is. That’s why CBS 5 News (KPHO Broadcasting Corporation) turned to Bulwark Exterminating for some much needed scorpion advice. CBS 5 reporter Colton Shoneand crew tagged along in Bulwark Exterminating’s scorpion truck, as technician and scorpion expert Devin Conner treated a scorpion infested house.
"For every scorpion that you do find, there are a lot more hiding that you are not able to see," Devin said. "They will usually travel along electrical lines." Even closed doors... "They only need one-sixteenth of an inch which is about the width of that guy right there (credit card)."
Darren Desylvia, whose home Bulwark was treating as CBS filmed, believes scorpion controlefforts will pay off this year, and that his family will no longer have to live in fear of these stinging, malicious pests. Bulwark was happy to help.
When CBS News was in need of some expert advice and help dealing with scorpions, they called the best, and so should you. Bulwark Exterminating is an expert when it comes to Scorpion Control, having treated some 25,000 scorpion infested homes. Bulwark’s signature treatment, administered by highly experienced technicians, will create a barrier around your home that will keep those stinging scorpions away. Call us to find out about our nocturnal treatments, and our highly specialized scorpion truck.
Click here, for a complete transcript of the CBS News piece entitled, “Scorpions Popping Up in Phoenix-Area Homes Earlier.”