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Spiders


They're not all nice like Charlotte off "Charlotte's Web".


In fact, Spiders catch their victims in a web, let them struggle and wear themselves out, then wrap them in a sticky ball. Then they proceed to eat their corpses. This is not a place you'd like to be. Luckily they are the size of a dime and you are about 6 foot tall, so you don't have to worry about that.

In case you hadn't heard, spiders are actually not insects. They are considered arachnids (not sure how this effects your life, but FYI). They prey on insects, just as previously mentioned. They have sharp fangs, poisonous venom, and a billion little beady eyes.

The majority of the time spider venom is not lethal to humans, with the exceptions of a handful of poisonous spiders. If you do receive a spider bite (you'll notice 2 dots in the infected area), keep an eye on the bite and seek medical attention.


Their venom, like most other poisonous bites, will get under your skin and start to rot your body from the inside out. You may not even know it is happening - besides it being painful.

If you have a spider infestation it can be difficult to deal with the issue. Spiders are one of those pests that dow not groom themselves. What this means is most products will not work, because they have a barrier of nastiness surrounding them. If you do go with over the counter products, the best way to kill them is with direct contact. 

There are only a handful of products that actually do work, and you may even run into exterminators or pest professionals who will tell you there is not much they can do. This is why it is imperative to have qualified professionals at your disposal.

Getting rid of spiders food source (other bugs) will help, but it is not a long term solution. If you are going to have them taken care of, you may as well get it done right the first time.

For Spider control done right - the first time - give us a call. We'll explain the process of eliminating this pest problem. We will take care of all your venomous spiders... Black Widow spiders, Hobo Spiders, Brown Recluse Spiders, and Wolf spiders.


What do we do?
We will come over and inspect your home or property. We check all areas of your home for possible infestations or areas that may be at risk. We then discuss with you, the homeowner, what the process moving forward should be. Together we will develop a treatment plan. 


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