Sahuarita is a peaceful town that is located in Arizona, and if you enjoy warm and hot weather, there is no other place you would rather be. However, the residents are not the only ones who enjoy the climate, and you are likely to encounter a range of pests each year. Taking steps to safeguard yourself from the danger is vital if you don’t want to put yourself at risk, but not everyone knows what to do. You can find products at the store and online that promise to help, but they won’t always get the job done. Even though you can take steps to prevent pests from invading, some situations require the touch of a caring professional.


Taking a close look at wasps and the dangers that come with them is smart for anyone who wants to reduce the risk that common pests present. These stinging insects are aggressive, and it does not take much to provoke them. Crafting their nests near buildings, under picnic tables, and on porches, wasps can create a problem for homeowners from all walks of life. For most people, a wasp sting is painful and will lead to skin irritation. But for those who are allergic to the venom, a single sting could result in a trip to the emergency room.

Africanized Bees

Africanized honeybees (“Killer Bees”) are a non-native pest that are prominent in Southern Arizona. Researchers from the University of Arizona have identified that 99% of all wild honeybees in the region are Africanized bees. Each year, Africanized bee attacks result in the deaths of multiple people and pets. If you come across a beehive or a swarm of bees, licensed professionals should be called immediately to evaluate the situation.


For many people, bedbugs are the things from which nightmares are made, crawling into your bed to feed on your blood as you sleep. They are talented hitchhikers and can easily move from one location to another without being detected. Bedbugs are nocturnal and will remain out of sight until they are ready to consume another meal, making them difficult to spot. You will likely notice red marks on your skin, but not everyone experiences the symptoms of a bite. These pests are resistant to most pesticides and have forced many people to leave their homes, and allowing the problem to progress will make it more expensive to solve than it needs to be.

Final Thoughts

The moment you spot any signs of pest activity, contact Bill’s Home Service promptly. When you do so, our team will get to know you and the extent of your infestation so that they can find the best possible solution. Our attention to detail allows us to eliminate almost any infestation that we discover. Picking up the phone and calling us will give you the answers for which you have been searching.