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Spiders are one of the most widely known pests in the world. Their appearance evokes fear and interest in most that come across these eight-legged creatures. Spiders have their benefits but typically, their reputation and appearance outweigh the positives and it’s often why people want to keep them off of their property.
The relationship between humans and spiders is quite interesting and it uncovers why so many people fear them. We gathered interesting facts about spiders to help you better understand spiders and how we interact with them. We also have resources to help you remove spiders from your property.
If your property has a problem with too many spiders, then contact your local Western Exterminator office today.
Although spiders have their benefits, there are legitimate reasons why people want spiders removed from their property.
Spiders are not entirely bad. Spiders hunt for agricultural pests, like aphids, moths and beetles, which helps property owners reduce the use of chemical pesticides. Spiders have also been known to prey on cockroaches, earwigs, mosquitoes and flies. As great as this sounds, it’s important to check spider webs to see if the spiders on your property are catching your household pests.
But, if you believe the spiders on your property have become more of a nuisance than a benefit, it’s best to call your local professional pest control expert to remove the spider infestation from your property.
Your local Western Exterminator specialist can remove spiders from your property, in an eco-friendly way. Western’s Integrated Pest Management program uses a combination of common-sense practices and environmentally-sensitive methods to combat pest infestations.
Our in-house entomologists train our pest control specialists with the latest methods and techniques for pest removal and prevention.
For more information on our professional spider control services, contact your local Western Exterminator office today.
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