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Spiders are one of the most problematic pests in the United States. There are 40,000 species of spiders in the world, but not all of them are household pests. These arthropods have eight legs and up to eight eights. In addition to this, they have fangs that can be used to inject venom into their victims. Spiders can extrude silk from their bodies and build webs. Those webs help them trap insects that they’ll later eat. However, some spiders are large enough to consume lizards and birds.
Homeowners have to worry about the dangers associated with spiders. Most spider bites are harmless, but others are not. Some bites can lead to systemic toxicity and even death. After you’ve been attacked by a spider, it is pertinent to monitor your conditions to ensure you’re going to be okay.
Spiders generally enter homes because they’re searching for food. Some areas of your home are good for insects so spiders will enter to eat them.
Eliminate the spiders outside of your home to stop them from invading your home. Get rid of rocks, compost, and wood. Doing so is a good way to force the spiders off of your property. Don’t forget to fill in all gaps and cracks to prevent spiders from entering your home.
Our company offers safe treatments. When possible, we’re going to eliminate pests using natural tools and mechanical tools. Our company follows strict protocols to keep our clients safe. We only use EPA-registered products to guarantee satisfactory results. We would never use products that pose risks to humans, pets, or plants. Would you like to know more about our spider treatments? Call our office and ask.
When Can It Start?
Call our office. We can typically get back to you within 48 hours.
Preventing Spider Problems
It isn’t easy to keep spiders out of your home, but you can stop some of them. First, you need to focus on reducing the spider population outside of your home. Doing so will make a big difference in the long run. Reducing the spider population outside will ensure that there aren’t any spiders invading your home. Get rid of their nesting spots before knocking down their nests. Once you’ve done this, you can guarantee that fewer spiders will invade your home.
Concerns About Brown Recluse Spiders?
Are you worried about brown recluse spiders invading your Pittsburgh home? You’re not alone. A lot of people share this concern, but you’ll find that these spiders aren’t common. Below, you’ll find facts about these spiders that will put your mind at ease.
- These spiders don’t show up in our area regularly
- They tend to travel in shipping containers
- They can live in Pittsburgh once they arrive
- We’re not sure anyone has spotted a brown recluse spider outside in our area
- Brown recluse spiders are timid and won’t approach people
- These spiders usually don’t venture from one dwelling to another
- Certain products can eliminate brown recluse spiders hiding on your property
- They’re often mistaken for Funnel Weaver and Grass spiders
- You shouldn’t have an irrational fear of brown recluse spiders.