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Is your smoke alarm going off even though there’s no smoke or fire to trigger it? If you open the smoke detector (or have someone else do it), you might find the culprit: spiders! This unusual occurrence is happening around the country, and sometimes at the most inconvenience times of the night. Oregon and Washington spider control experts share that the light within smoke detectors may attract spiders. When a spider crawls over the ionization sensor, the alarm thinks it senses smoke and sounds the alarm. A buildup of dirt may also trigger an alarm.
If you seem to have a spider population in your home that you can’t control or think that a spider you see may be dangerous, contact the Washington and Oregon spider control experts at Western. A technician will conduct a free inspection and identify the spiders in question. Set up your appointment today.
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