Pest Borders Scorpion Pest Control Channel 3 news Scorpion Pest Control

We turn now to an entirely different topic but one those of us here in Arizona all have to deal with Scorpions, they’re a problem, but there is an inventor right here in the valley who has a fix for it hooray Ryan O’Donnell is checking this out for us We’re talking about pest control this morning primarily scorpions folks you’ve battled And I’m sure you have anybody who’s lived in the valley has had to deal with these what we’re talking about Pest control without the use of pesticides I’ve got Mark McGwire’s here with pest borders And you guys have come up with a way that you don’t have to use the poison that’s correct We don’t use pesticides And we are against pesticides you see scorpions black widow spiders brown recluse spiders and many other kinds of insects Can’t climb glass, and they can’t not just climb glass, but they can’t climb polished metal. How do you know this well? We’ve tested for almost a year in enclosed environments and as a matter of fact We still continually test and film and for a year they have not lime It’s impossible to slippery form it’s too slippery they cannot get a hold even their first little foot They cannot get a hold onto this material. So what do you do with this thing? Well we go ahead and we place it? All around the home the complete Surrounding perimeter of the home on what we call the stem wall see most people don’t know that underneath here underneath The stucco area there are holes and these holes are there for a purpose and they have to be placed there by Code for builders so that the air flows through the walls and keeps the wood dry Otherwise you’ll have rot or mold in your walls, so people think that scorpions mostly come through the front door But they don’t they climb up the stem wall which is three or four inches? They go right underneath here and every few inches There’s a hole they just climb right into that hole into your wall and then there’s a Million different ways that they get in from inside the wall Into the home Wow and I see you around the front door you guys go Under the door as opposed to just right along the bottom edge Brian we go underneath the door as well Because well, maybe one little scorpion is hanging out by the door and as soon as the door opens He’ll just kind of scoot in so this prevents them from climbing up to the doorstep gotcha. What about the garages because? You’ve got the garage door open obviously when you have it open You can’t do anything about that, but you guys do a little something different with the doors that’s correct We’ll border the garage But we definitely border the door on the inside of the garage that enters into the home Under the door the sides of the door the top of the door so they cannot climb up into the home through the garage Roger Hey Mark. How can people get in touch with you about this product and you you guarantee that this works? This works if this does not work. We will come back We will take it out of your home, and we will give you your money back without any questions very cool Huh we’ll get in touch with you our phone number is for a tow aha seven three five one two three four and you can also see us at WWDC orders, calm very cool mark good luck with this makes perfect. Sense huh? Yes, thank you hey Thanks a lot all right. I’m Ryan O’Donnell 3tv. Yeah. We’re all glued to the TVs here writing that number down We’ll put the information on our hotline

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  1. Pest Borders does not advocate the usage of pesticides they are toxic and dangerous to all living things.
    5 Truths About Pesticides That Might Save Your Life

    January 5, 2014 | By Marla Gates | Agriculture & Farming, Environment, Toxins
    Pesticides have some extremely potentially dangerous chemicals in them that can affect our health physically and mentally. It’s time to learn the truth about pesticides, because it just might save your life!

    Question and Answers to Some of the Concerns about Pesticides:

    1. Question: Is a pesticide safe if the technician follows the directions on a toxic pesticide label?

    Answer: NO! There is no safe way to apply an admittedly unsafe toxic synthetic, dangerous, poisonous pesticide chemical that is designed to kill living organisms indiscriminately. To put it quite clearly – if you are killing bugs by using a toxic chemical, then it can also harm you, your family and even your pets.

    2. Question: If the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) approves the pesticide does that mean it must be safe for my family?

    Answer: NO! The EPA does not approve pesticides. Theyjust register the pesticide for use after the manufacturer pays a large fee which can be a million dollars or even more. The EPA does not require the manufacturer of the toxic pesticides to disclose the hundreds of lethal chemicals that are part of the ingredients.

    3. Question: Are Pyrethroid pesticides safe if they are based on the the chrysanthemum plant?

    Answer: NO! A pyrethroid is a synthetic chemical compound similar to the natural chemical pyrethrins produced by the flowers of pyrethrums (Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium, and C. Coccineum). Manufacturers of Pesticides would have you believe that pyrethroids are safe and harmless, but pyrethroids are toxic to fish and the EPA has listed most pyrethroids as suspected carcinogens; such as Bifenthrin.

    A 2011 study found a significant association between delayed mental development at 36 months and piperonyl butoxide (PBO) and common additive and synergist that makes pyrethroid pesticides more lethal.

    According to the (WHO) World Health Organization, while pyrethroids are a synthetic version of an extract from chyrsanthemum plant, they were chemically engineered to be more toxic with longer breakdown times, and are often formulated with synergists, with increasing potency, compromising the human body’s ability to detoxify the pesticide. They interfere with ionic conductance of nerve membranes by prolonging the sodium current, the nerves discharge repeatedly, causing hyper-excitability in poisoned animals. Synthetic pyrethroi are neuropoisons acting on the axons in the peripheral and central nervous system, by interacting with sodium channels in mammals and insect.

    4. Question: When the toxic synthetic pesticide dries will it be harmless to people and pets?

    Answer: NO! Pest control companies either directly or indirectly imply that once their toxins dry, that they will not be harmful.NOT TRUE! There are lists of 300 medical and university research document links that prove otherwise (Click here). A dried toxin is invisible, but definitely not Harmless. In fact, it is even more harmful because you can no longer see the chemical tracks of the volatilizing pesticide liquid.

    5. Question: Are all pesticides pretty much the same?

    Answer: NO! Synthetic pesticide toxins are man-made and have no counter part nor counter balance in nature. No part of the synthetic pesticide is ever extracted or distilled from plants. Insects develop resistance to synthetic toxins, due partly because of the poisons persistence in the environment and repeated low dose exposure that residual insects encounter. They actually become immune to the toxins. Synthetic pesticides usually carry a warning on the label such as Caution, Warning, Danger, Poison, Keep Away From Children, Not Safe Around Pets, or Poison!

    Botanical pesticides are all made from plants such as trees or flowers with natural insecticidal properties that target insects only. These insecticidal properties are naturally occurring defense mechanisms of plant species. Therefore, insects do not evolve and breed tolerance to natural plant defenses that were put here by God, as natural defense. 100% botanical insecticides made from federally exempt chemicals are usually labeled “Safe around Children and Pets” and therefore should pose no threat to people, pets, water, wildlife, plants, or air. It just gets rid of those nasty bugs.

    Taking care of your health and your family’s health, not to mention the ultimate health of our environment is so important so don’t let your home be poisoned by toxic pesticides. I would like to add—-there is one product that I know of that is non-toxic, completely organic, natural, and a safe pest control and that is Always Eco. Check it out!. I have used this product myself and I can guarantee that they do their job and get rid of bugs without harm or danger to your health, your pets, and family!

    Marla Gates is the owner of Marla worked for over 10 years in healthcare, which helped her understand the dramatic need for changes in our society and how we view what healthy actually is. Her mission is education and awareness, so that people can make healthier choices and ensure a safe world for all of us to live in. Since she has suffered from Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS), for 20 years or more it has given her the first-hand knowledge on what chemicals and pollution can do to your health. So come join her, read her blog and learn how to live healthy and green.

  2. Scorpions barrier tape or scorpions glue board really works. Also I use clear caulking to close all holes all over the house. For my vents like on top of your ceiling i use white mesh fabric from Hobby Lobby the mesh fabric that use for weddings. Just cut the right size and tape all around the vents you can do it from inside or outside the vents. These things i mentioned they really works. We spent so much money for Pest Control. Every corner with holes from the house i use clear caulking it blocks the scorpions. Every holes around the house is closed. No more questions. But still make sure you have blacklight just to make sure.

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