Although spiders do play a large role in keeping insects and other pests at bay, when they become a problem in your house, it is time to take action. Spiders spend a lot of their time hidden, and this is why you normally see a web with caught insects but no spiders. Our job is to control spider populations in your house without totally eliminating their presence. This will help keep you comfortable in your home while still preserving the spider’s natural exterminating abilities. When you begin to see more webs than usual and are surprised by the number of spiders out and about, it is time to call us in. With our services, we will find the source of the problem and utilize our cost-efficient and effective tactics to control this population growth.
Most of the spiders in existence are nothing more than a pest to humans, but the black widow is a species of spider that is dangerous and needs to be treated immediately. In fact, within the United States only one other spider can compare to the deadly black widow, and that is the Brown recluse. Black widows can be identified by their black color and the red hourglass shape on their abdomen. Although they are typically found outdoors, these spiders can find their way into homes and have been reported to cause serious illnesses if an individual is bit. If you are finding black widows or an infestation in or around your home, contact us immediately. With our services, we will find and eliminate black widow webs and populations and keep them from harming you or your loved ones.
Fiddleback (Brown Recluse)
Brown recluse spiders, also known as fiddlebacks, are one of the top two deadliest spiders in the United States, and unfortunately, they are drawn to the indoors and hidden areas. These spiders love to hide away in dark spaces such as shoes, boxes, clothing, basements, and closets. When they are bothered, they will bite. They have large sized Brown bodies with dark violin-shaped marks on their abdomen. Brown recluse spiders should be exterminated within your house as soon as possible. If you have come in contact with a Brown recluse or have developed a bite blister, call us today for a total evaluation and treatment. We will treat areas within your home such as basements, closets, furniture, walls, and other cracks and crevices as well as making sure to stop the problem outside of your home. Our services ensure your safety, comfort, and a spider-free home.