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Spider Pest Control

Spiders

There is a variety of spiders throughout Texas. Most are harmless, but there are some that need to be avoided and removed. Those spiders include Tarantulas, Recluse and Black Widow spiders.

Spiders

What Spiders Live in Texas?

We have anything from common Daddy Long Legs and Wolf Spiders to some that can be very harmful, including Tarantulas, Recluse and Black Widow Spiders. For homes and businesses across Texas, it is very important to take proper control procedures to minimize the impact of our native spiders.

Where Do Spiders Live?

Most spiders enjoy structures that are undisturbed. These habitats provide them the ability to spin webs to capture food and lay eggs. Tarantulas are often found in grassy areas all over Texas.

Spiders do not like being in direct contact with humans, but will seek out areas in a home or building that have little or no activity. These areas include attics, store rooms and out buildings.

Which Spiders Are Dangerous to People?

Many spiders in Texas are not all that harmful. The Tarantulas, Black Widow and Recluse spiders are a different story.

Tarantula bites are usually not serious, but when they are in attack mode, they dislodge hairs from their abdomen that can cause irritation to the eyes.

A Recluse spider bite can cause serious medical concerns for anyone that is susceptible to their venom. Their venomous bites often form a circular area that turns red and swollen. Skin around the bite sloughs off leaving an open wound that can be difficult to heal. Other systems may include fever, rashes, shock, vomiting and diarrhea. It is highly advisable to seek medical attention after receiving a bite from a Recluse spider to minimize the impact of the bite.
Black Widow Spider
Black widow spider

Black Widow spiders tend to avoid confrontation when provoked. In some cases, they will bite leaving a painful wound. A bite from a Southern Black Widow should be looked at by a medical professional to minimize the effects of the bite.

Prevention Tips to Stay Spider Free

Here are some measures that you can take to minimize the impact of spiders around your home or business:
  • Keep areas that are not commonly used cleaned and vacuumed.

  • Use a broom or mop to remove any spider webs that are in your home or business.

  • Become familiar with the different types of spiders that we have here in Texas.

  • Spray down roof eaves and other areas that spiders can spin a web with a hose.

  • Seal up your home or business with caulk and make sure weather stripping and screens are in good order.

  • Keep containers that you have in storage sealed with tape to prevent spiders from forming nests in them.
These tips will help to minimize spider infestation, but it is always wise to have a professional exterminator develop a plan that will effectively eradicate any spider problems that you may have.

Professional Spider Control & Spider Misting Systems

We offer a powerful spider elimination product called a spider misting system. A misting system provides continuous and automatic treatment around your home. The mist is non-toxic to humans, pets or plants, but very effective against a variety of common pests, including spiders. It works to keep your home spider-free and web-free. Learn more about our spider misting system.

Call 866-597-6151 to discuss our spider extermination solutions, including our spider misting system.

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