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There is no denying that scorpions are an annoying, painful, and all-around unwanted part of home life. That isn’t to say that all scorpions should go away, just the ones that invade our homes and threaten us with their venom-filled stingers. If you agree, stick around. Today we will be talking about scorpion season and discussing everything you will need to know regarding these home-invading pests.

When Scorpions Are Active & What Attracts Them To Homes

If you have lived here long enough, you’ve most likely heard the saying, “everything is bigger in Texas.” What you may not know is that many things are also longer in Texas, and that includes scorpion season. Due to our year-round hot weather here in Texas, and the fact that scorpions thrive in warmer climates, scorpion season never ends.

As for what attracts scorpions to homes – much like spiders, they are drawn in to hunt for other insects. Occasionally scorpions are also pushed into homes by construction because when the ground is moved, scorpions hiding beneath the dirt and rocks need to seek new shelter, and most often the first shelter they find is a home.

When Homeowners Should Be Worried Around East Texas

Because scorpion season is usually year-round, there isn’t a time in East Texas when you shouldn’t be concerned about scorpions invading your home. Luckily, there is a way you can keep scorpions out of your house, and that way involves professional scorpion control.

Why It’s Always A Good Option To Invest In Professional Scorpion Control

If you would rather not have to worry about scorpions this year, here at Innovative Pest Control, we have a solution for you. With one of our highly trained pest experts on your side, you will never have to worry about scorpions again. There is a no better option to keep you and your family safe.

To discuss your pest control options or to schedule an appointment, give us a call today!


  • Scorpions Control,  
  • Scorpion Prevention

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