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One of the worst and unfortunate things you want in your house are termites. Unfortunately, Arizona is known for...
We wanted to write a simple and honest article that provides some legitimate reasons as to why monthly pest control is a good idea.
There’s no denying it, folks, life just got complicated. As if our day-to-day wasn’t already complete with challenges, we’re now faced with a pandemic …
2019 was another great year for the Urban Desert Pest Control family. New clients, prestigious awards, and wonderful new talent! What’s new for 2020?
For years, glue boards have been used to trap scorpions, roaches, spiders, ants, rodents, small snakes and other household pests. They are non-toxic, inexpensive, and simple for for even the most novice user.
Everyone hates cockroaches. Arizona cockroaches have been known to transmit infections such as salmonellosis, cholera, dysentery, streptococcus, and others.
Are ticks a real threat in Arizona? You bet they are. The Brown Dog Tick is the most common species of tick found in Phoenix, and it’s surrounding areas. Brown Dog Ticks are difficult to eradicate once they’ve infested your home or business.
Roof rats are anything but cute. They contaminate and consume stored food, rip up insulation, chew on wiring, and carry diseases.
The Black Widow spider—also known as Latrodectus Hesperus—is one of two venomous spiders found in Arizona and other western regions of North America. She isn’t just chilling to look at, she’s a threat to our quality of life, as well as our family’s health.
When we think of Arizona pests, we often think of spiders, scorpions, and roaches. Maybe even rodents. But termites? They’re usually at the bottom of the hair-raising list of creepy crawlers. Make no mistake, though. These tiny little vermin can wreak havoc on your home, as well as your bank account.
There are dozens of Arizona pests that find their way into your home each year, but of all the revolting little creatures, there’s one that really stands out, the Arizona Bark Scorpion.