Spider Control

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About Spiders

Spiders vary by species in size and appearance, but each one has two body regions, eight legs, fangs, and three or four pairs of eyes.

The good news? Most spiders lack the ability to break human skin with their fangs. The bad news? Some of them are venomous and capable of inflicting painful, sometimes dangerous, bites. Plus, being in an indoor space with these pests is often unpleasant for residents and guests. What’s more, spider webs can linger in hard-to-reach places, making tidying up even more difficult.

  • Potentially venomous bites
  • Unpleasant to have inside
  • Hard-to-reach webs
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Detecting Spiders

Spiders produce silk, and they often give away their hiding places by creating visible, elaborate structures—which can be orb- or funnel-shaped depending on the species. Females create egg sacs that are usually oval-shaped and light in color. Gardens, woodpiles, attics and basements are all common places to find these pests.

Preventing Spiders

Spiders will move inside looking for four things: mates, moisture, warmth or food. Control the humidity and be sure to limit entry points by sealing cracks around windows and doors. In addition, clean up around woodpiles and other places where spiders may live.
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