Scorpions

Las Vegas is smack dab in the middle of the desert, and the desert is home to the venomous scorpion. If bitten, a scorpion can induce nausea, numbness, and difficulty breathing. Now you may ask, how could an insect so capable of surviving immense desert heat make into my home? Well, these scorpions can make their way into your home when there isn’t proper sealing around doors and windows to warm up when the weather gets cooler, so it’s important to ensure that proper sealing is in place around your home. Attempting to remove scorpions from your home on your own can be a difficult and challenging task, and sometimes a professional is needed to implement a removal strategy that is effective. That’s where we come into the picture. At Hidden City, our general pest control services are sure to effectively remove scorpions from your house and make sure they stay out.


Mice

Household mice are very common in most parts of the United States, but can be extremely invasive in Las Vegas. They seek a cooler atmosphere when the desert sun gets hot, and your home is a perfect safe haven. Not only is there cooler air within your home, but there is also food. The dangers of having mice in your home vary, but a major concern is disease transmission. Mice are rodents notorious for carrying diseases, so their presence in your home is a danger to your health. Trying to deal with mice on your own can be a very stressful and unsuccessful experience, and professional help is sometimes needed to ensure that the mice are not only effectively cleared out, but that they stay out as well. So if there seems to be mice invading your home, contact Hidden City Pest Control to effectively remove the unwanted rodents from your home.


Cockroaches

Cockroaches are some of the most resilient pests alive. Their ability to survive for a long period of time without food and rest and without moving for hours makes this pest more difficult to get out of your home. Though cockroaches are found throughout almost the whole world, Las Vegas is home to four subspecies of cockroaches: the German cockroach, the Australian cockroach, the dark American cockroach (commonly known as the water or palmetto bug), and the Oriental cockroach. Due to these insects’ ability to be resilient, removal and proactive measures to ensure that the cockroaches stay out of your home can be difficult for you to perform on your own. Fortunately, Hidden City Pest Control has got you covered. Contact us today if you have a cockroach infestation in your home.


Spiders

The Las Vegas valley is also home to a variety of species of spiders. The three most common spiders found in the valley area are black widows, the desert recluse, and camel spiders. Contrary to popular belief, the desert recluse is not venomous, and the venom contracted from a black widow bite is not a lethal dose. The camel spider may be aggressive, but their bites will not do much than irritate the skin around the bite mark. Spiders can easily make way into your home, lay eggs, and create a hidden city of spiders. Sharing your home with spiders is not pleasant, and if you’re seeking a way to remove, we got you covered at Hidden City Pest Control.


Bed Bugs

Last, but definitely not the least annoying pest to pest to find in your home, are bed bugs. Bed bug infestation can have an array of effects on the comfort of your home, and they can cause damage. The presence of bed bugs can be figured out by visibly seeing the bugs, finding black stains on your mattress, or finding red or rusty coloring around infected areas. These can damage your mattress, as well as leave you with multiple bed bug bites. Bed bug bites are itchy and irritable due to the fact that when the bug bites onto you, their parasitic nature means that they exclusively feed off of blood. Similar to cockroaches, bed bugs are extremely resilient and can be difficult to remove from your home without the help of professionals. Fortunately, Hidden City Pest Control has a proven technique to ensure that a bed bug infestation in your home will be removed. Our treatments are dependent upon the location of your home in the Valley, as well as the level of infestation. Fortunately for you, we offer a free inspection. Our usage of heat treatments is ensured to effectively and efficiently remove the bed bug infestation from your home. The heat treatments warm the area up to temperature of 120 to 145 degrees Fahrenheit for 3 to 6 hours, and are ensured to remove the infestation without applying a heavy dosage of chemical pesticides. The best part is, we will get you back into your house that same day. To learn more about our bed bug treatment practices, visit our website or contact us today!