How to Identify a Scorpion Infestation

October 11, 2023

Living in Arizona means you undoubtedly have experienced many sightings of scorpions. These creatures are common in the state and can infiltrate homes with ease. While some scorpions are harmless, others can pose a severe threat to people and pets. Thankfully, you’ve got Wagner Pest Solutions here to help you identify a scorpion infestation.

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4 Ways to Keep Scorpions Out of Your Shoes

September 1, 2023

Scorpions are common in Arizona, and their sting can be painful and even deadly. Their hiding spots are usually not easy to spot, but one of the places they love to hide is in your shoes. But if you want to keep them out of your shoes (and your home), here are four things Wagner Pest Solutions suggests you do.

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How to Remove Scorpions from Your Home Safely

March 1, 2023

Scorpions are no joke. They can cause painful stings, especially if you have young children or pets in your home. They’re also sneaky and can infest your home without you knowing. Luckily, there are a few simple steps that you can take to safely remove a scorpion from your home. Then, call Wagner Pest Solutions to get rid of them for good.

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The 3 Most Common Fall Pests

September 9, 2022

Fall is when the weather begins to cool down and the leaves start to change color. Unfortunately, it’s also a time when pests start looking for a warm place to spend the cooler nights. Your home is the perfect spot for them, and they can cause a lot of damage in the process. Here are three of the most common pests that you need to watch out for this fall. If you spot any of these, make sure you call Wagner Pest Solutions!

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What’s Inviting Scorpions into Your Home

March 1, 2022

Spotting a scorpion in your home isn’t exactly the most comforting thing in the world. While there are more than 56 different scorpion species in Arizona, the most common one we find is the bark scorpion. While any scorpion sting is unpleasant, the bark scorpion packs a punch and can cause breathing difficulties and a swollen tongue sensation. But why exactly do these creatures come into our homes? Well, Wagner Pest Solutions is here to explain.

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3 Things You Need to Know About Pest Control

November 16, 2021

If you’re like most people, the sight of a rodent or scorpion running across your floor is enough to make your skin crawl. But, it’s also just the excuse you need to call the team at Wagner Pest Solutions for extermination. Even though we have the area’s best technology and equipment, there are still some things we wish every homeowner understood. We offer our clients a lot of information and education as part of our service. So, here’s a shortlist of three things we’d love you to know.

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3 Types of Scorpions Found in Arizona

May 26, 2020

Scorpions are found throughout Arizona and are a common pest concern for everyone. While there are nearly 56 species native to the state, most residents and business owners only deal with a few different ones. At Wagner Pest Solutions, our technicians have trained eyes and can identify the differences between each species of scorpion. Here are the three most common ones we find.

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How to Get Rid of Scorpions from Your Home

October 8, 2019

Scorpions are a problem for many individuals in the Phoenix, AZ area. These nuisances may reach 7 to 8 centimeters in length and are frightening to people who are scared of insects. Not to mention, scorpions can harm you and your family. Although only one type of scorpion found in Arizona is deadly, the stings hurt and could cause a serious reaction from the venom. At Wagner Pest Control, we provide one-time scorpion removal as well as routine scorpion prevention, and we stress the importance of starting the process during the cooler months. About ScorpionsScorpions are classified as arachnids because they have eight legs. They have a segmented tail that often has a venomous stinger. Additionally, scorpions have what resembles a set of claws, known as a pedipalp. Some adult scorpions are as small as 9 millimeters. Once the temperatures start dropping, scorpions hibernate and nest. If you take the necessary precautions … Continued

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