Inside your home or property lives many different types of spiders and insects. While spiders are beneficial to have in residential areas, these eight legged insects can also be nuisances. Although it is a rarity, people have encountered venomous species in North Carolina, like the brown recluse, black widow, and wolf spiders. Spiders attract to warm, dark areas such as cracks and corners of wall spaces, while some species stay outdoors and settle under equipment throughout gardens and storage places.Some species also seek habitats inside shoes, cabinets, and garages.
The most common spider complaints occur due to their unique capabilities of spinning webs, big and small, within the places they settle over. Their webs can create unnecessary problems and messes on furniture and equipment. If spider webs are spun all around your home or area, then it could be a sign that you have other insect problems to address.
How to Eliminate Spiders in Your Home
In order to determine the best method of spider removal and extermination, you must identify the type of species that is living within your residence or commercial area. It is difficult to know the safest services to choose, especially when your decision makes impact on your family and pets. Critter Control’s trained Eco-Wise Pest Control professional has your health in mind. We have conducted extensive research on the most effective spider pest management programs to ensure they are safely removed and will not return to your home. Whether you come upon a black widow, brown recluse, hunter, or web-building spider, Eco-Wise can help you by using our environmentally-friendly pest control and organic pest control products and services.
For safe spider and insect control methods, call the experts at Critter Control’s Eco-Wise Pest Control for environmentally safe services. Our experienced professional team knows how to deal with spiders.Contact our offices today at (919) 382-0651 for more information.
We remove and exterminate spiders in Raleigh, Durham, Cary and Chapel Hill throughout Wake County and the Triangle.
Disease Risks at a Glance
Spiders do not pose a risk of spreading disease.