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Alfa J Pest Control takes appropriate measures to remove these pests and protect your home from future infestations.
Wasps create a dangerous situation when they set up camp near your home. The term “wasp” actually describes over 100,000 species of winged insects, but we’re most familiar with the species that resembles bees. Unlike bees, wasps will not die after using their stingers, so they can sting repeatedly. Wasp nest removal is necessary to eliminate large colony infestations.
Scorpions are arachnids, so they possess eight legs along with a pair of grasping claws—but they are most recognized by their narrow, segmented tails, topped with a venomous stinger. Scorpions live in almost every climate and terrain, and their stings can be painful or life threatening for children, pets, or those with allergies. You might encounter an outlier scorpion from time to time, but if you suspect a problem, scorpion pest control is a necessity.
Centipedes get their name from Latin, roughly translating to “hundred feet.” Despite the name, centipedes can actually have as few as 20 to over 300 legs. Centipedes possess venomous, pincer-like appendages that can pierce human skin. Unlike their harmless millipede cousin, a centipede’s venom can cause various symptoms, including severe pain, swelling, headache, nausea, and anxiety—making centipede control imperative if you suspect an infestation.
We provide our customers with high-quality pest solutions. Wasp, scorpion, and centipede control are especially important if you are allergic or have children contact us immediately if you suspect an infestation from any of these harmful pests.