Scorpion Control

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Scorpion Exterminator in Albuquerque

Scorpions are one of the most notorious and dangerous pests we deal with here in Albuquerque. Seeing scorpions on your property is enough to make you want to stay inside forever! Scorpions are venomous, and while many people have a mild reaction, some people do have a more serious reaction, especially young children and the elderly.

Need Pest Control for Scorpions in Albuquerque?

Why risk allowing scorpions around your home? If you have young children or pets that are outside playing, you want to know they aren’t going to get a scorpion sting that could send them to the hospital. While to many people a scorpion sting feels like a bee or wasp sting, others have a more serious reaction to the paralyzing effect of the venom.

Our clients love how non-invasive our methods are. Dial (505) 340-5048 now to set up a scorpion control consultation.

Hadlow Pest Solutions Eliminates Scorpions!

Keep your family and your pets safe with scorpion control from Hadlow Pest Solutions. Spraying for pests in general will reduce your risk of scorpions because if we can eliminate their prey (other bugs) they have no reason to be there. Additionally, if you have a scorpion problem at your Albuquerque home or business, we’ll use a stronger solution to break through those tough exoskeletons and kill them on the spot.

How much does it cost to have someone spray for scorpions in Albuquerque?

Hadlow Pest Solutions provides different pricing for our ongoing customers and our one-time customers, and pricing varies depending on the size of your home and property. Please give us a call and we can give you a better idea of what pricing is for your specific pest control needs.

Are scorpions a problem in Albuquerque?

There certainly are a few species of scorpions that call Albuquerque and all of New Mexico home. And, their stings can be extremely harmful, especially to young children and the elderly. It’s best to take a preventative approach with scorpions by reducing their prey (other insects) and spraying for them with a heavier concentration of solution.

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