It’s easy to understand why so many people have a fear of spiders—they look downright frightening! The truth is that most of these pests are totally harmless, and actually are more beneficial for the environment than you may be willing to accept. That said, no one wants them taking over their property, especially when more dangerous arachnids are involved. At TermMax Pest Control, we have the expertise to protect you and your family from spiders year-round.
When do you need professional spider control?
Everyone sees a spider or two inside their property from time to time. That said, seeing multiple a day or countless webs may indicate a bigger problem. TermMax’s technicians have a complex process proven to help control populations, including some of the following steps:
- Identifying the type of spider in your property.
- Conducting thorough inspections that includes the yard, attached and detached structures, driveway, and home.
- Treating spider nests outside to protect your home from spiders even during the warmer months.
- Removing webs from the outside and inside of your home.
- Sealing entry points such as cracks and crevices.
- Discreetly applying products or bait in common spider areas.
- Creating a detailed report describing our process and providing you with prevention tips.
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Indoor vs. outdoor spiders
House spiders are drastically different than spiders found outdoors, and it’s important to understand the difference between the two. For the most part, the outdoor variety accidentally enter buildings through cracks and other openings; occasionally, they may be carried in on items like plants, furniture, boxes, and firewood. House spiders, on the other hand, have most likely been inside of your home for years.
Preventing spiders in your property
Most arachnids prefer hiding in dark and undisturbed areas, and will only bite when provoked, squished, or pinched. Regular vacuuming and sweeping of windows, corners, storage areas, and basements can help control the population. When cleaning out boxes or rifling through materials in dark areas, be wary of hiding spiders.