Scorpion Pest Control in Phoenix, AZ

Why is Blue Sky Pest Control effective at scorpion control and extermination when other companies are not?

Scorpion Pest Control in Phoenix, AZ

All Blue Sky scorpion control products are mixed at the proper, EPA-approved levels to achieve optimal results.

The labels on the products we use allow for varying mixing levels to control various pests. Because scorpion control is a major concern in Arizona, Blue Sky always mixes the products at the label’s recommended level to consistently control scorpions. We have offices in Gilbert and Phoenix and we serve the entire area including Mesa, Scottsdale, and more.

We know where scorpions frequent and nest, and we tailor our service to your home.

At Blue Sky, we train our technicians to completely customize your scorpion control service. We use inspection and control techniques to target scorpions at their source, where they nest and breed.

Integrated Pest management (IPM) approach.

Blue Sky Pest Control’s Integrated Pest Management goes further than just eliminating existing pests from your home or business. Our scope of service includes customized recommendations in order to help you understand how to scorpion-proof your home, as well as to understand how long it will take to achieve acceptable long-term control. Our free report 5 steps to Help Scorpion Proof your Home will provide some helpful ideas on ways to reduce entry points into your home.

Blue Sky Pest Control technicians are highly trained, clean-cut and are given only the amount of customers they can handle at once.

Blue Sky dedicates itself to finding technicians who are fulfilled when they do a job right the first time. In our experience, our technicians do well if we place them in an environment where they have enough time to do the job correctly, and reward them for superb work. When put into a position to succeed for themselves and our customers they will put forth the premium service they are expected to provide.

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All Blue Sky services are fully guaranteed.

If, in between regular services, you see more than the occasional live scorpion in or around your home and would like us to return and provide an additional interior or exterior removal service, we will come back and re-service your home free of charge.

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Blue Sky Pest Control is Known for the Effectiveness of its Scorpion Control

Blue Sky Pest Control is your go-to company for scorpion control in Phoenix, Arizona, and throughout the Valley. Scorpions are a difficult pest to control. Blue Sky uses a proven multi-step treatment approach that is designed to treat the areas that scorpions nest and breed.

We Live in the Natural Habitat of the Bark Scorpion

Only one species of scorpion in the western U.S. has venom that is dangerous to humans, but that one species is the most common scorpion we work with in Arizona: the Arizona Bark Scorpion. Although the Arizona Bark Scorpion is venomous, its sting is the most dangerous to people who have an allergic reaction, and antivenin is widely available in Arizona when needed. Bark Scorpions can live for up to 7 years and, if left uncontrolled, an infestation will continue to grow. Fortunately, Blue Sky is known for the effectiveness of its scorpion control.


Scorpions are often found in homes or commercial buildings in newly developed areas or in neighborhoods where construction is ongoing. Construction disturbs the scorpions’ natural habitat, so they seek refuge elsewhere – including in your home or building.

However, scorpion infestations can also happen in established neighborhoods without any obvious cause. Once they’ve moved into an area, they can be very difficult to get rid of. Although property owners can treat and seal their own homes, the scorpions will likely just move to a neighbor’s house.


Blue Sky’s scorpion pest control techniques include training each technician to customize the service to your home using inspection and scorpion control methods that target scorpions at their source, where they nest and breed. Bark scorpions tend to:

  • Hide under rocks and debris.
  • Hide during the day and are active at night.
  • Search for a water source.
  • Like block walls.

The Blue Sky service technician assesses the property to determine the likely nesting and breeding areas like those described above. These areas are appropriately treated and the technician may also recommend any landscaping changes and/or identify anything that should be removed from the yard to reduce nesting and breeding sites.

Blue Sky always mixes its scorpion control products to the EPA-approved levels to achieve maximum results while keeping the application people, pet and environment friendly. Product labels allow for different mixing levels to control different types of pests. Because scorpions are a major concern for our customers in Phoenix, Arizona, Blue Sky always mixes its products at the proper levels to consistently control scorpions.

Tips Against the Bark Scorpion

  • Remove their refuge: Remove piles of debris, wood or rock out of the yard.
  • Seal the house: Caulk cracks and openings around doors, windows and screens. Keeping them outside through effective exclusion is an important part of reducing the likelihood of them getting inside the home. Blue Sky does provide home sealing services.
  • Remove unneeded boxes and other items from the home and garage: We want to remove any nesting and breeding sites. Keeping the garage tidy can make a big difference.

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Related Pest Control Resources/Articles

I found scorpions in my house, now what?: Recommendations on what steps to take if you find scorpions in your home.

Arizona’s Infamous Pest: The Scorpion: Facts and information on scorpions in Arizona, including identifying and minimizing risks.

Introducing Centruoides sculpturatus: Learn about the Arizona Bark Scorpion