Spiders can be scary to have in your home. Although, there are many species of spiders that can be called “good” spiders, meaning they help control and eat the other pests that you’d rather not have, they still tend to be an unwanted guest in your home or garage.
There are a myriad of species ranging from harmless to deadly, which venom that can possibly kill a person. While, these spiders tend to be more rare, they can still get into crucial parts of your home like your basement, garage or attics and even make their way into your home if given access.
Dealing with them can vary in the type of severity. While, some of them can be picked up with a kleenex and flushed down the toilet or thrown out the window, you need to make sure that the kind you’re dealing with is not a deadly species.
Spider Extermination Services
When in doubt, it’s advisable to call a professional pest control company that deals with spiders and who are trained in dealing with these types of situation. It’s not advisable to handle a spider situation on your own unless you’re positive that they are a harmless specie that can easily be removed.
Give us a call if you’re dealing with a spider problem in your home or business. We offer free estimates and consultations on your situation and can provide you with the most effective treatments that will not only remove them from your home, but keep them from coming back.
Our Spider Control Services
Whether you have arachnophobia or not, seeing a spider in your home is never a pleasant experience. While there are a few species that are harmless to humans, there are some that can be deadly. The problem is that it can be hard to tell which spiders are “good” and which spiders could potentially kill you. You don’t want to make a possibly fatal decision which is why you need to call in a professional.
We are here to help you with any spider problem that you might have. Our trained professionals know how to tell which spiders are harmless and which could be a bigger problem. Our treatments are safe and effective and most importantly won’t put you in danger of dealing with a deadly pest.
All About Spiders
Contrary to popular belief, spiders are not actually insects. Because they only have to main body parts, a head and an abdomen, as opposed to the three that are found in insects, they are classified as arachnids. There are over 45,000 different species of spiders ranging from completely harmless to extremely deadly. While many of the deadly species are not found here in New York or North America, we still have some dangerous varieties such as brown recluse and black widows.
Spiders feed on the bodies of other insects by catching them in their webs and liquefying their bodies. While it doesn’t sound pleasant, this process is actually very important. Spiders help to get rid of some of the more pesky and annoying bugs like mosquitoes and help control the population of these bugs. So even though you don’t want to run into a spider, they might be helping get rid of other pests.
Hiring a Spider Exterminator
For all the good that some spiders do, they are still a pest and should be properly handled. It is tough to know exactly which spiders will leave you alone and which ones might bite you. If you are bitten by a spider that has deadly venom, it could be only a matter of minutes before you experience labored breathing and possibly cardiac arrest.
Spiders also reproduce in large numbers via an egg sac. One egg sac can contain over 3,000 eggs which will all hatch into spiders. Spiders tend to lay their egg sac in protected areas that you might not be able to see right away. They could be hiding in closets, attics, dresser drawers, or other dark corners of your house. Once the sac hatches, you could have a big spider problem on your hands.
Don’t let spiders overrun your home or business. You don’t want to have to deal with dangerous species and possibly get bit. That is what we are here for. We can identify what kind of spider might be living in your home and come up with a plan of action to make sure that they are eliminated.
Even if you just want us to come over and see if it is a dangerous spider or not, don’t hesitate to call. We will give you a free quote and help you get rid of any spider, dangerous or not!