Spider Pest Control Services
Why are Spiders in my home?
Spiders are clever pests. Loose fitting screens and small gaps under your exterior doors, windows and other openings are all possible entry points for spiders to get into your home or business. Spiders may move in searching for moisture, food, warmth and to mate. The presence of other insects in your home or business is also a very common reason for spiders to come in. Spiders are also very commonly introduced into your home when they unknowingly hitch a ride on an item such as clothing, plants or anything that was in storage of brought in from outside.
While the majority of spiders pose little to no danger to both people and pets, there are some species that can deliver a very dangerous and venomous bite and have the chance at causing severe medical issues. The two most venomous spiders found here in Florida are the Brown Recluse Spider and the Black Widow Spider, both call Florida home.
Southwest Florida Spider Inspection
Some spiders are attracted to moisture and can easily be found in crawl spaces, laundry rooms, garages, attics and so on. Other spiders like dry, warm areas such as floor vents, dark areas and corners of rooms. Tens upon thousands of spider species have been identified all over the world. These arachnids have eight legs and two body segments. They can also have three to four pairs of eyes. While the majority of spiders have poor vision, some species have very exceptional vision.
Detecting the presence of spiders is relatively straight forward. While most spiders do create the tell-tale spider web made for hunting, some species such as the Wolf Spider actually don’t make webs as they prefer to venture off and hunt for their pray. So the best way to tell if spiders are present is to actually see one physically.
Southwest Florida Spider Control Treatments
Our highly trained and experienced Southwest Florida Spider Control Technician are here for you to help manage unwanted spider infestations. Each home and yard is different, and we DO NOT employ a one-size-fits-all approach. Our skilled technicians will design a custom treatment plan that is specifically tailored to your needs and situation. Keeping spiders out of your home is an ongoing treatment.
We don’t just eradicate the spider infestation, once we get the spiders out, we follow up to ensure they are keeping out. We focus on the perimeter of your home or business. Once we achieve exterior control, future services will only need to be performed on the outside on a quarterly basis. Please allow 7-10 days after the initial treatment to be effective.
Where are spiders commonly found?
Though it depends on the spider type, spiders usually are found in dark and undisturbed places such as basements and attics. Some species are particularly drawn to moisture, while others will more often seek out the dry areas in your home.
I am aware of venomous widow spiders, but do all spiders bite?
Although all spiders can potentially bite, the bites of most spider species are harmless. Most couldn’t bite humans if they wanted to because their fangs are too small and weak to break our skin. In addition, spiders don’t usually bite unless they are threatened. Spider bites can cause redness, pain and swelling. Oftentimes you may not notice them at all.
How many kinds of spiders are there?
Worldwide, scientists estimate between 35,000 and 40,000 species of spiders.
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Southwest Florida Spider Control Guarantee
All U Need Pest Control, Inc. guarantees your 100% satisfaction in eliminating Southwest Florida Spider infestations. If there is ANY problem with your Spider Control Service, for both inside and outside, we will come back out and re-service your home at absolutely no cost to you.
Your most important investment is your family’s protection from unwanted Southwest Florida Spider Infestations. Your home and environment is a vital part of this protection. With our experienced and highly trained technicians, All U Need Pest Control provides a safe and secure feeling from Southwest Florida Spiders.