Spider Control – what can you do to control spiders from becoming a problem in your home? Many of us have a fear of spiders because they are creepy. We have all heard of the black widow spider or the tarantula, two of the three spiders that can be harmful to humans. In the US, there are only a few cases per year when spiders harm humans. Yet for some reason, spiders are one of the most feared of all pests in the home that people want to exterminate.
What Are Spiders?
Spiders are classified as arachnids. There are about 3400 types of spiders in the United States. Spiders weaver spider webs to as a way of catching their prey – these webs have sticky surfaces that are perfect for capturing insects. There are three types of spider webs if you are interested in that sort of thing. Most spiders are harmless to humans. Spiders are useful in that they eat other insects. Because of this, you might not want to remove spiders unless you have them in your home or perhaps your basement or attic, and that bothers you.
Spiders build their webs in areas that are not cleaned regularly. These are areas like basements, windows, and under furniture. Spiders can make their way into your home through cracks in the foundation, open doors and windows. One of the most common spiders is the American house spider. Some spiders can be harmful or even fatal to humans. However, as I indicated above, deaths from spiders in the United States are infrequent.
What Can You Do Yourself For Spider Control?
If you want to tackle spider control on your own, there is an excellent article that we found on spider control while we were researching this article. It will give you some background so that you can decide whether you need to call in an expert on spider control like Boo’s Bug Stoppers. The post speaks of things like glue traps, spraying, and getting rid of other bugs in your home. So, one of the best things you can do outside of keeping your home clean is to use a pest control company to keep you home free from the pests that draw the spiders in the first place. In fact, we when are called into a home that has used glue traps one of the things we often see is another pest stuck to the glue trap with a spider on top of it. Unfortunately, glue traps are not very good as a general pest control mechanism.
Treatments For Spider Control
Treatment for spiders Includes a full interior treatment. This treats the corners, baseboards, under and behind furniture, and the basement.
Outside of your home:
- we treat 8-10 feet out from the foundation
- treat eves and overhangs
- treat around the doors and windows
Boo’s Bug Stoppers provides a 3-month warranty on our spider treatments. Once we’ve eliminated all the spiders inside your home, you can treat the exterior every few months and prevent any future infestations.
Want to get to rid of a spider infestation? Contact Boo’s Bug Stoppers for a free assessment and customized evaluation of your unique situation.