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How The Pest Border Works
Finally Scorpion Pest Control that really works. But the Pest Border system is effective against many other pests as well. See how it works here.
The Pest Border Barrier has gone through extensive testing by a leading University’s Entomology Department. See the results here.
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Pesticides The real dangers
We all know pesticides are not fully effective towards scorpions and other pests. We also know that they can be harmful. Also the truth about home sealing.
the right choice
100% effective in keeping scorpions out of your home
100% safe to your family and the environment
95% effective with all other pests
100% will pay for itself - one time installation and you are done!
After I saw a scorpion crawling on the floor next to my 6 month old I new spraying pesticides didn’t work so I had my home sealed, and I still had scorpions in my home. Finally I found Pest Borders. For 2 years now we have been scorpion free. Thank you Pest Borders! Great customer experience and professionalism. Pest Borders took the time to walk us through the process and specifically through how it would look on the house. They were very patient in letting us take our time to evaluate the process. They are also extremely knowledgeable about other types of treatments and provided an in depth understanding of the benefits of the border. We were seeing several scorpions in the house every month and have not seen one since we installed the borders. It's great to resolve the issue with a chemical free solution. Highly recommend Pest Borders.
https://youtu.be/9QFqWrBsckI Every here and there one of our customers sends us a video, picture, or story, about their experience with the Pest Border. This is a video of one of our customers trying to get a large bark scorpion. to climb the Pest Border with no success.
What you see here is a home sealing job done by The Leading home sealing company here in phoenix. We will not mention the name. You can see the carelessness in their workmanship, examining this home we found 100’s of these gaps around the entire perimeter. This home owner paid $2000 for this Read more about Leading Home Sealing Company in Phoenix[…]
How Pest Borders got it start. Its been 4 years now with many new and existing homes done in arizona and nevada. Not one unhappy customer. Our barrier system completely eliminates the entry of scorpions and many other pests from the home or structure. No pesticides, no chemicals, one time, permanent for life of home. Read more about The Birth of Pest Borders[…]
Pest Border Barrier installed on this home June 2015. Photo taken August 2017. As you can see termite’s constructed tunnel along bottom of Barrier unable to reach entry into frame of home.
Pest Border Barrier System Installation Scottsdale, Arizona
Great video by Arizona State University. https://youtu.be/DE60ig0CIZc
(Beyond Pesticides, April 4, 2017) Exposure to commonly used pyrethroid insecticides results in the early onset of puberty in boys, according to a study presented at the 99th meeting of the Endocrine Society in Orlando, Florida this week. Pyrethroids, which exhibit endocrine disrupting properties, have the ability to interfere with the proper regulation of the Read more about Home pesticides cause premature puberty in boys[…]
Living with or without Scorpions everything you need to know: Living in the desert whether it be Arizona, Nevada, Saudi Arabia, etc…, we have been unable to consistently and effectively control and or keep scorpions from entering our home or property. For some the occasional presence is not a concern but for others it only Read more about Living with or without Scorpions everything you need to know:[…]
Study Links Childhood Cancer and In-Home Pesticide Use Contact: Sara Sciammacco (202) 667-6982 firstname.lastname@example.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2015 WASHINGTON – A new study by Harvard researchers provides disturbing evidence that children’s exposure to household insecticides is linked to higher risks of childhood leukemia and lymphoma, the most common cancers in children. The Read more about Harvard University Study Home Pesticides and Child Cancer[…]