A Spider infestation can be troublesome and even frightening for many individuals. Spiders crawl in through open windows, under exterior doors, and cracks and crevices to look for food and make their nests inside your location. We use safe, effective treatments that eliminate spiders and prevent recurring infestations on your property.

Interesting Facts

  • The deadliest spiders include the black widow, funnel web, and brown recluse spiders.
  • Spiders are found on every continent except Antarctica.
  • Approximately one million spiders inhabit every acre of land.
  • It is estimated that we are never ever more than 10 feet from a spider.
  • The tarantula is the most feared, but has surprisingly weak venom.

Eliminating Spiders

Spiders are natural predators and flying insects often serve as their main source of food. Our cobweb removal service plays a key role for effective spider control. This helps by reducing the food supply through various pest control methods.

  • Indoor and Outdoor pest control treatments
  • Seasonal quarterly treatments throughout the year
  • Cobweb & Wasp nest removal
  • Complimentary Retreats

Routine applications are applied and maintained in targeted areas to ensure that spiders and pests do not return or settle into your property.

  • Interior
  • Exterior Perimeter
  • Attic
  • Exterior Doors
  • Plumbing voids
  • Window Sills
  • Weep Holes
  • Foundation Cracks
  • Eave Undersidings
  • Garage Space
  • Flowerbeds
  • Driveways
  • Sidewalks

Fear of Spiders

While most species of spiders do not pose a serious health threat, in many cases people may have an actual phobia, of this particular pest over any other which may be due in part, to their unsightly appearance and physical similarity to the dangerous scorpion. Recent research indicates that, our fear of spiders – a condition known as “arachnophobia” - is actually rooted in our DNA. According to studies, during the natural evolution of humans on the planet, most of the spiders encountered long ago were venomous and a threat to our survival. Spiders are still intensely disliked today and usually require professional assistance from a pest control professional when it comes to our home or workplace.

Keeping Spiders Away

  • Remove a spiders food source by controlling the presence of other insects
  • Trim foliage, bushes, and trees close to your property
  • Declutter closets, basements attics and garages
  • Remove spider webs promptly present on the outside of the property
  • Seal open cracks in foundations, windows, and doors to help prevent spider entry