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A majority of spider infestations are more of an annoyance – particularly their webs. However, on occasions, more serious situations can occur especially when it involves spiders that pose a bite risk.
When it comes to businesses, a spider infestation can have a big impact. If the infestation is located in a public area, spiders and spider webs can scare away potential customers leading to loss of earnings. Western Exterminator spider control specialists are well versed and trained in dealing with the spider species that are common in our service areas here in the western and northwestern United States. We know which ones pose a potential health risk and which ones do not and can help you deal with them, remove their webs and offer advice on preventing them from returning.
Professional spider removal services are often recommended to deal with the discovery of a large population of spiders on your premises, especially to avoid any potential risk of spider bites.
There are many DIY spider repellent and spider control products available. Here are some things you can do for spider control in your home:
Fill in gaps - in walls, around pipework and under doors to deter entry.
Remove sheltering sites - like firewood piles, garden bags, compost piles and general clutter from near your property. Do not place boxes on the floor and by walls, and use tape to close up box openings.
Deter all insects - use lighting in a way that is less attractive to the insects (flies) that spiders feed on.
Ventilate - make sure crawlspaces and attics are well-ventilated, in order to decrease moisture.
Be careful - examine objects like grocery bags that were placed down outside, as well as packages that have been left outdoors. Spiders can travel into your home via these objects.
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If you have many spiders outside your property and want to keep them from coming indoors, prevent shrubs from touching your structure (you can trim them). Spiders can use shrubs for shelter. But remember that spiders are actually helpful creatures, and so if you are not experiencing a lot of them in the area outside your property, avoid managing them in this area.
Another part of spider management is removing spider webs. Vacuuming can eliminate them. After vacuuming, close the bag and put it in the trash outside as soon as you can. Western Exterminator experts can also help you get rid of spider webs - contact us for help today.
Our spider inspection and monitoring service provides the reassurance you need for complete control of your problem.
We can identify specific spider species that may be harmful and offer professional treatments to completely remove your problem. Western Exterminator spider specialists are ready to help and know which spider species you are likely to run into and might be dealing with in and around your property. We can help you remove spiders and their webs from around your home or business and keep them away.
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Legislative compliance - our treatments comply with all local legal and health & safety requirements.
We understand that for a business, the presence of spiders or spider webs can be extremely problematic for both customers and employees.
A large infestation of spiders can be very frightening and will require professional treatment. Rely on your local pest control experts at Western Exterminator to help prevent spiders and other pests from infesting your commercial space. If you live in California, Nevada, Arizona, Idaho, Oregon or Washington, there is a nearby local Western Exterminator spider control expert who is ready to help you deal with your spider infestation concerns.
Western Exterminator offers a "peace of mind" spider inspection and monitoring service aimed at identifying specific spider species that may be harmful.
If a problem species is confirmed, advice will be given on the most suitable solutions for treatment.
Our qualified specialists are experienced in the field of spider control and provide a range of professional services. Contact Western Exterminator today by calling 800-937-8398 or use our online form and we can discuss a solution to spiders in your home or business.
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