Pest Control and Extermination Services in Scottsdale, AZ!
Unfortunately, our beautiful Arizona desert is also home to all types of ants, termites, bed bugs, spiders, mosquitoes, roaches, crickets, gnats, and many different insects and other pests.
We offer affordable, professional, safe, and ecologically friendly pest control, extermination, removal, and prevention services for all of your pest infestation problems right here in Scottsdale!
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Unfortunately, our arid climate and hot summers appeal to several different types of pests. Insects typically nest in cooler, moister environments but may enter your home or workplace seeking food, water, or shelter, especially during harsh seasons.
Multiple types and species of insects can be found in our community, and can cause significant property damage and infectious disease risk when they scavenge. Scottsdale Pest Control Pros is ready to help you take remedial action to exterminate current pest infestations, control pest populations on your property, and prevent future pest infestations.
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Termites also form and live in underground colonies. They build vertical tunnels that look like mud tubes above ground level to search for food and water. Their diet consists of wood and cellulose materials like paper, cardboard, drywall, or insulation.
The presence of termites in your home or workplace is a serious problem and should be immediately treated by a professional pest controller. Termites will extensively damage the structural integrity of any buildings they infest, and fast extermination is key to cost-effective restoration. There are many solutions for termite damage repair, extermination, and recurrence prevention, and we will work to find the best solution for you.
Bed bugs may enter your home or office through contaminated clothing, luggage, or furnishings, and like mosquitoes, bed bugs feed on human blood. Bed bug bites may cause infection, rashes, blisters, itchiness, scabies, and allergic reactions. Bed bugs stay close to their hosts, living in or near beds or furniture in clusters of adults, juveniles, and eggs.
Bed bugs are a serious problem in that they typically are resistant to most pesticides on the market. Fumigation, steam treatment, and heat treatment are typically the most effective ways to kill all stages of bed bugs, but should always be carried out by trained pest control professionals like us due to the risks and high temperatures necessary to achieve full eradication.
Ants are social insects that form and live in underground colonies. Our ant removal service does not simply spray ants with ant-repelling insecticide, but we implement an anti-ant treatment plan designed to control and kill the entire ant colony.
Ants may enter your home or business seeking food, water, or shelter and lay down a chemical pheromone trail along their established routes. Our professional ant inspection process looks along flooring edges, doors, ducts, piping, windows, and all kitchen spaces for these hard-to-spot trails and backtraces them to the ant nest.
Mosquitoes thrive in warm climates if given a moisture source. They feed on humans by detecting and following our carbon dioxide, tracking our body heat, and detecting human skin scents. Mosquitoes can feed up to 3 times their body weight, and are the primary means of spreading infectious diseases, such as the Zika Virus and West Nile Virus.
We prevent and treat mosquito populations by working with you to identify and treat mosquito breeding sites, such as untended swimming pools, flowerpots, bird baths, wheelbarrows, or buckets. As your pest controllers, we apply mosquito-killing mists and granules that will prevent your swimming pool or jacuzzi from becoming infested with mosquitoes.
Spiders typically enter homes through faulty door and window seals, and may move indoors while searching for food, water, or moisture. Because spiders are insects of prey, finding spiders inside your home is often an indicator of other insect infestations.
Spiders are disease carriers, and spider bites can cause infection and swelling. Some spiders carry venom that can cause serious medical issues, and nearly all spiders produce unsightly elastic silk webs. Our professional spider inspection looks for evidence of any pest infestations that may attract spiders and focuses on removal of all pests found.
Scorpion infestations are common throughout Arizona, which is home to at least 56 known scorpion species. Scorpion stings may lead to serious allergic reactions, which may be especially severe in babies, small children, the elderly, or the immunocompromised.
Our pest control techniques for scorpion extermination inspect your property for scorpion nesting and breeding areas. We then work with you to determine any landscaping or environmental changes to reduce scorpion habitats, and apply control and extermination products in the identified habitat areas.
Flies & Gnats
Flies and gnats are more than an annoying nuisance, as they transport infectious disease from nesting sites, contaminate food, and create unsanitary environments. Flies and gnats can lay over 300 eggs during their breeding season, and some carry parasites to humans and pets.
We work with you to identify and mitigate the breeding sources for any fly and gnat infestations in your home or property. Since flies and gnats are attracted to light, moisture, and decaying organic matter, our professional fly and gnat inspections and pest control will eradicate existing infestations and prevent future infestations.
Ticks & Fleas
Thousands of species of fleas and ticks can bother you or your pets and spread through your home or workplace. Fleas and ticks feed on blood and transmit Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, tularemia, ehrlichiosis, and more.
Simply treating your pet without treating your home could result in missing as much as 90% of a developing home infestation. We offer inspections for these infestations, and we exterminate all fleas and ticks in your indoor and outdoor spaces. Additionally, we help you implement preventative measures to avoid future flea and tick infestations.
Cockroaches are both unpleasant and unsanitary, and love to come inside for food, water, and shelter from the Arizona heat. Since they are nocturnal creatures that hide during the day, a roach infestation is often out of control by the time you find cockroaches.
There are multiple species of cockroaches, which are best exterminated using different techniques. Our professional cockroach inspection determines the type of roach that is infesting your property and treats both outside and inside to exterminate cockroach infestations and control cockroach populations from entering your house or workplace.
Crickets may seem harmless, but they are often a cause of infectious disease spread, insomnia, and lost workplace productivity, due to their jumping and incessant chirping. Crickets are also a food source for scorpions and spiders, increasing the risk of other infestations.
We treat cricket infestations by finding cricket nests, which are hidden in cool, moist areas. Crickets need daytime hiding places and nesting areas to avoid drying out and overheating, and live inside stucco, meter boxes, block walls, or fences. We treat cricket nests with insecticide and apply barriers to keep crickets from re-infesting the area.
Bees, Wasps, Hornets, & Yellow Jackets
Bees, wasps, hornets, yellow jackets, and other stinging insects may enter your home or business through attics, open windows, garages, or doors, and can build irksome nests or hives. Their stings can cause severe allergic reactions in infants, children, the elderly, and the immunocompromised.
Bees, wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets can chew through plasterboard, wood, and various other materials, especially if they become agitated. Our professional stinging insect extermination can eliminate a current infestation and prevent future issues, and includes inspection, treatment, and removal of active and abandoned nests.
Aphids, Cicadas, & Garden Pests
Aphids and cicadas attack trees, leaves, stems and tender houseplants. They can transmit plant viruses and seriously damage your landscaping and garden as their infestation increases. Cicadas are noisy, can fly, and commonly infest residential neighborhoods.
We will thoroughly inspect for aphid and cicada infestations, and treat the whole outdoor space with a residual pesticide that exterminates cicada and aphid infestations and prevents recurrence. Since most aphid and cicada infestations happen during the summer months, we also offer a thorough prevention to keep these infestations from occurring.
Pigeons, Grackles, Starlings, & Nuisance Birds
Nuisance birds, especially pigeons and grackles, can keep your home or business environment from soaring. They nest in or near buildings and can spread infections diseases to humans. Their nests and droppings may damage paint, roofing, flooring, furniture, or business inventory.
If bird populations are left unmanaged or if birds get inside your home or workplace, they can damage the property values of your home or the public image of your business. We work with you to implement discreet, humane, and cost-effective measures to prevent bird populations in your area from becoming a future nuisance or health hazard.
Gophers & Burrowing Rodents
Gophers are burrowing rodents that chew through the roots of plants in vegetable gardens, lawns, and fruit trees, as well as underground plumbing, wiring, phone, and Internet cabling. The damages that they leave behind can become safety hazards.
Gopher populations can be safely controlled and ecologically exterminated using our high-grade two-prong pincher, scissor, or snap trapping service, in which contact traps are carefully chosen and placed in holes or burrows, with no risk to children, pets, neighbors, vegetation, or non-target wildlife.
Moles & Burrowing Pests
Moles do not eat or chew through plant roots, but they cause indirect damage by eating earthworms and other beneficial soil invertebrates that keep your soil healthy. Their burrows undermine plants and raise unsightly molehills that can become safety hazards.
Since some species of pest moles are endangered and are legally protected, mole populations are often best controlled through humane trapping methods that catch moles alive for transportation and release into natural environments. Non-endangered species can be killed using our contact traps or nonpolluting poisons.
Mice, Rats, Voles, & Pest Rodents
Small rodents such as rats, moles, and voles can achieve exponential growth and cause massive environmental degradation. They thrive inside walls and storage areas, and some can even swim up sewer lines into toilets and bathtubs. They are known carriers of numerous infectious diseases, and are considered public health hazards.
To prevent ecological damage, improve public health, and reduce community safety risks, most cities require aggressive eradication of rodent infestations by a licensed pest controller when these rodents are detected in local residences, warehouses, and commercial spaces.
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Call us today for a free pest control consultation from one of our experts. We will respond immediately and come to your premises to inspect your pest problems and give you a quote.
Answers to Your Pest Control Questions
If you are looking for pest control experts in Arizona, you want to use an extermination company that is legitimate. We are fully licensed and insured.
Unlike some so-called experts, we don’t chase pest infestations around the country to make a quick buck. Instead, each member of our team lives right here in the Phoenix area and are highly trained and certified to exterminate all types of insects, bugs, rodents, and other pests native to Arizona from your home or business to prevent against further pest damage.
In addition to this, we have been in the pest control business for a considerable amount of time. Our experience has taught us what works best and what does not work well.
Quick Availability and Prompt Response
A good pest control company should offer fast service. While most companies are not, we, on the other hand, are always on call. You can call us during the day, at night, over the weekend, and even on holidays. We ensure that you have access to emergency pest control services regardless of the time or season.
When you give us a call, we respond immediately by coming to your location. Any emergency services can be provided to prevent further pest damage to your premises. Especially in cases of termite damage or bed bug removals, our prompt responses protect your health, limit pest damage, and shorten the time and costs of restoration.
We take pride in every job and inspection that we perform. If you suspect that we missed something, we will come back and complete the job to the best of our ability.
Service Costs and Pricing
Most people ask how much pest control services cost. The average varies depending on the type of service that you need. We also consider the extent of the infestation, damage, and amount of insecticides, barriers, and traps needed to achieve long-term pest management goals. In general, a good rule of thumb is that if the extent of the infestation is not very severe, then the price will be cheaper and vice versa.
One precautionary tip is to avoid someone who claims to be a pest control specialist but whose prices are extremely cheap. While this might look attractive in the short term, you are probably contracting a quack that will disappoint you and force you to pay for services from an actual expert.
We offer fair, affordable, and competitive pricing for all of the services that we offer. You don’t have to suffer through problems with nuisance pests in Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, or Fountain Hills as we service your area!
About Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, and Fountain Hills
Scottsdale, Arizona, known as "The West's Most Western Town", has much to offer you and your family. Be sure to browse Scottsdale's renowned Fifth Avenue boutique shops and try on genuine Native American jewelry in Historic Old Town. Or splurge at Scottsdale Fashion Square, which has been ranked as a Top 25 destination upscale mall by Travel + Leisure magazine. Be sure to visit the Talking Stick Resort with its 98,000 square feet casino, be awed by Butterfly Wonderland, immerse yourself in OdySea Aquarium's 2,000,000 gallon tank with 30,000 live animals, and soar to new heights in the iFly Zone. After dark, dine at Old Town’s famous restaurants, enjoy the Scottsdale ArtWalk, relax in the Entertainment District, or visit the nightlife at the Mondrian Hotel, the FireSky Spa, the Hotel Valley Ho, or the W Hotel. You can park once and explore our downtown hub with pedicabs or on foot!
Scottsdale is a city in the U.S. state of Arizona that is internationally recognized for its high quality of life, and is located in eastern Maricopa County in the central part of the state. It is named for its founder, Winfield Scott. Scottsdale was founded in 1894 and incorporated in 1951 and is part of the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan Area. Scottsdale is 31 miles long and 14 miles wide at its longest and widest points, and was home to an estimated 258,069 residents in 2019. Scottsdale is the headquarters or home to many important businesses such as Acronis, APL, AXA, Axon, Blue Yonder, Cold Stone Creamery, Carlisle Companies, DHL, Discount Tire, Discovery Land Company, Fender, Fidelity Investments, GE Capital, Go Daddy, JDA Software, Kahala, Kona Grill, Liveops, Magellan Health, Meritage Homes, Nextiva, Paradise Bakery, P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Quicken Loans, Rural Metro, Vanguard, and Vitalant. Scottsdale has the highest number of destination spas per capita of any city in the United States, and has four hotels and resorts that have achieved elite AAA Five-Diamond status: The Phoenician, The Canyon Suites, Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North, and the Fairmont Princess Resort and Spa.
Scottsdale has a strong tourist appeal due to its year-round warm weather and sunshine. During the winter, thousands of tourists and retirees from the Midwest, the Northeast, and even Canada (the "snowbirds"), flock to Scottsdale, and many who follow these annual migration routines purchase winter homes in the area. Scottsdale is also home to one of Mayo Clinic's three major campuses, which has made Scottsdale an attractive destination for premium medical care. Scottsdale Airport has become one the busiest single-runway airports in the United States by aircraft operations, and offers pilots and passengers easy access to both Scottsdale and Phoenix for tour, commuter, corporate, and general aviation.
Because of its numerous amenities and affordability, Scottsdale is a famous international tourist destination that has traditionally drawn tourists from everywhere from California's San Francisco Bay Area to New York City to Seattle to Chicago to Detroit to Atlanta to Boston to Washington, D.C. Scottsdale's seven sister cities are Alamos, Sonora, Mexico; Cairns, Queensland, Australia; Interlaken, Switzerland; Haikou, Hainan, China, Kingston, Ontario, Canada; Marrakech, Morocco; and Uasin Gishu, Kenya. Scottsdale's international prominence, terrific infrastructure, and high quality of life enables Scottsdale Pest Control Pros to provide quality service all over Scottsdale, Arizona, and nearby areas.
Paradise Valley is a small town nestled between Mummy Mounntain, Camelback Mountain, and Piestewa Peak and is known for being Arizona's wealthiest municipality and home to several resorts and premium real estate. It is home to historic sites such as the Harold C. Price Sr. House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, McCune Mansion/Hormel Mansion, and the Barry Goldwater Memorial Park. Paradise Valley has been home to many notable Arizonans, including former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, former Vice President of the United States Dan Quayle, former chief justice of the US Supreme Court William Rehnquist, Olympian Michael Phelps, former Senator Barry Goldwater, and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey. The name "Paradise Valley" was coined in the 1880s by surveyors and their then-manager Frank Conkey of the Rio Verde Canal Company, who were inspired by the abundance of spring wildflowers and palo verde trees in the area.
Fountain Hills is a town nestled to the east of Scottsdale, and is known for its impressive fountain, which was once the world's tallest. The fountain is located in Fountain Park and was built in 1970 in Zürich, Switzerland by Robert P. McCulloch, and was the world's tallest fountain for over a decade. Under ideal weather conditions and on special occasions, the fountain sprays up to 560 feet, but typically reaches around 300 feet. It does not operate on windy days. "Fount Rushmore" is a monument in Fountain Park with statues of Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Ronald Reagan, and is part of the large 150-piece Fountain Hills Public Art Collection, which can be viewed during any of the Public Art Walks. The water in the fountain is dyed green annually for St. Patrick's Day. Surrounding Fountain Hills to the north, east, and south are the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. The McDowell Mountains, a chain of extinct volcanoes, overlook the town, with East End (4,033 feet) and Thompson Peak (3,910 feet) towering over the town. Snow falls about once every other year in the McDowell Mountains.
Fountain Hills is home to an annual local art fair, the Fountain Hills Great Fair, and the Fountain Hills Fine Art & Wine Affaire. Fountain Hills has a weekly newspaper, the Fountain Hills Times, with a circulation of around 3,000, which also provides news coverage for The Verdes and Fort McDowell. The Verde River, a tributary to the Salt River, runs just east of the town, and there are many washes, such as the Ashbrook, Balboa, Legend, and Colony Washes, that run through the town into the Verde River. These washes are known for breeding mosquitoes, termites, ants, spiders, and other pests because during periods of heavy rain as they are subject to flooding with stagnant water and can even block roads. Fountain Hills has four sister cities, which are Concepcion de Ataco, El Salvador; Dierdorf, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany; Kasterlee, Antwerpen, Belgium; and Zamość, Poland.
Four Peaks is another prominent landmark in the area, where it brings majestic views to Fountain Hills and Scottsdale. The northernmost peak is Brown's Peak, and is the tallest of the 4 peaks and the highest point in Maricopa County at 7,569 feet. The remaining summits are unnamed but stand at 7,644 feet, 7,574 feet, and 7,526 feet. Four Peaks was organized into the Four Peaks Wilderness in 1984, which covers 60,740 acres and is home to a diverse variety of plants and animals due to its dramatic change of elevation. Brown's Trail goes to the tallest peak and is home to skunks, javelinas, coyotes, black bears, and ring-tailed cats. The Four Peaks Wilderness contains a section of the Arizona Trail, which is rarely upkept and generally considered one of the most difficult trails in the state.