Description:

Scorpions are a concern due to their painful stings. True or False? Cats are immune to scorpion stings. False. Cats are often quick enough to catch a scorpion without getting stung, but they require immediate attention from a vet clinic if they get stung. Scorpions are nocturnal and seek shelter in dark areas. The most common scorpion in the Phoenix valley is the Arizona Bark Scorpion. They often blend in with the color of the floor; so try to avoid stepping on them, which is the most common way to get stung.

Damage & Negative Effects:

  • Scorpion stings can cause localized pain, swelling, and in some cases, severe reactions.
  • Fear and anxiety associated with their presence.

  • Scorpion antivenom can cost up to $12,000.

What Iron Mantis Does:

  • Inspection to locate scorpion hiding spots.

  • Exterior and interior treatments to deter scorpions from entering.

  • Recommendations to seal entry points and eliminate favorable conditions. Iron Mantis offers scorpion seals for the home and surrounding fence columns where they hide during the day.