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Not very many people like spiders and most people never want to see one in their home. Our spider control team will assist you to get rid of them. If you have started to see signs of spiders, it is important that you contact a spider exterminator as soon as possible. Spiders might be totally harmless, and they do serve a valuable purpose in the circle of life. However, they don’t necessarily need to do this in your home, so spider removal is highly recommended.
Here on the 24H Pest Pros website, we are going to give you a lot of information about spider control on your home and property, including:
Remember, you can also contact us for spider removal and to examine your property for spiders and other insect species.
Just because you have a common spider in your house, it doesn’t mean that you have an infestation of spiders in your home. Spiders are typically antisocial, so unlike other insects, like bees or ants, they don’t tend to stick together. So, it’s true that a spider sighting in your home could be no big deal. However, if you see several spiders or the spiders seem to come back even if you have removed them, you could have a spider infestation.
Common spiders are usually not very large, and typically they are gray or brown in color. It’s unlikely that you would find spiders like tarantulas in your home unless you live in an area where they live naturally. Other species of spiders are widespread, however, and they all have several things in common.
Spiders are arachnids, and they all have eight legs and two parts of their body. The abdomen is the main section of the spider’s body, and the other part, the cephalothorax, is where the legs, eyes, and mouth are.
Did you see a spider in your home? What about a few? If you have seen just one spider, you should know something; a female spider can produce as many as 250 eggs at a time, and over their full lifetime, can produce thousands of offspring. So, if you are starting to see a lot of spiders in your home, if you have a lot of webs on your property, or you and your family are being bitten, it is highly likely that you have a spider infestation and you need a professional spider exterminator.
We serve the entire country including the following locations:
You might be wondering why spiders have invaded your home in the first place? First, you should know that some spider species really like moisture, so they often will travel from the great outdoors inside to areas like basements, bathrooms, and crawl spaces. Other species are more likely to prefer warm, dry areas such as around air vents, attics, and the corners of your rooms.
How do spiders get in? Typically, they will come in through cracks in the walls or openings around windows and doors. Spiders are pretty smart, too, for an insect, and they will settle in areas of the home that don’t have a lot of traffic, such as basements, unused rooms, and crawlspaces. They do this so they can make their webs and keep them safe. So, check these areas for spiders if you suspect an infestation. You also want to check entry points, such as doors and windows, for any cracks or holes. If you find them, fix these immediately. You should also look at the foundation of your home and caulk up any cracks. Call our spider control experts.
Here’s the good news: A professional company like ours can perform spider removal and spray your home to remove any arachnid pests that might be in there. The bad news, however, is that if you have spiders in your home, it’s very likely that you have other insects, too, as spiders tend to settle in areas where they have access to food…and spiders eat other insects.
Though spider bites are rare, some people can get an allergic reaction from the venom. Some of these bites can be fatal. In general, a spider won’t bite unless it feels provoked, but many people unknowingly threaten spiders while they sleep, so if you wake up with a strange, painful insect bite, there is a good chance that spiders are present.
Spider control should be done by professionals. Though you can spray yourself, there is no guarantee that you will be able to control the spiders in your home. So, it’s best to hire a spider exterminator, who can come in, inspect your home, and stop the cycle of reproduction by removing egg sacs, webs, and living spiders.
When we come in for a spider infestation, we also remove any other insect that we find including the following:
So, give us a call today for professional spider control, and we will take care of the problem as soon as possible.
What is the best spider repellent?
Almost any spider repellent spray is going to work but make sure it is a repellent and not just a killing spray.
What keeps spiders out of the house?
Vinegar and essential oils can keep spiders away. Create a spray with water and spray it around entry points of the house.
Why do I have so many spiders in my house?
You might have many tiny openings in the foundation that allow spiders in. Even screens and doors that don’t fit right and vents without screens can let them inside.