Washington Spider Pest Prevention & Control

Spider Facts, Identification & Prevention.

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Spiders are some of the smallest but most feared pests homeowners can encounter. Whether they are venomous or not, spiders are an irritating pest, especially when they have made themselves an unwanted guest in your home. While spiders can be helpful in keeping your home free of other smaller bugs, they are typically more trouble than they are worth. So how do you prevent spiders from getting into your house in the first place? If there is already an infestation, what is the best way to get rid of them?


American House Spider Extermination

American House Spider

Although common, the American House Spider isn’t a pest you want to deal with. These house spiders are dull and brown, making them harder to spot as they enter the cracks, crevices, and holes outside of your house. These house spiders don’t typically bite people but can potentially act out once aggravated.

 

 


Black Widow Spider ExterminationBlack Widow Spiders

Black widow spiders, commonly recognized for their hourglass shape, are dangerous and should be avoided at all costs. In Washington, you will often find black widows hiding in wood piles or behind boxes/structures that are often undisturbed. These spiders will typically remain calm until probed. If you notice any spider lurking around your yard, garage, or home, be sure to contact All Seasons Pest Control right away.

 


Brown Recluse ExterminationBrown Recluse Spiders

Loxosceles reclusa, or brown recluse spiders, often nest outdoors in debris or wood piles. These brown spiders are most recognizable because of the dark brown violin on their backs. Unless disturbed, you won’t typically notice or get hurt by a brown recluse. For removal and extermination on these pests, be sure to contact our pest control specialists, today.

 


Wolf Spider ExterminationWolf Spider

Wolf spiders are known for their superior eyesight and hunting skills. If you suspect these creatures are entering your home, check for cracks, crevices, and holes on the interior and exterior of your house. Wolf spiders will bite and inject venom freely if provoked.

 

 

Preventing an Infestation of Black Widow Spiders

Because spiders are small and relatively inconspicuous, it is easy for them to sneak into bags and boxes you might bring inside. To prevent these stowaways, make sure to check items such as baskets, sports equipment, grocery bags, and the like before bringing them inside. You can also seal small openings leading into your home as well as keep doors and windows closed to make sure spiders stay outside. In addition to checking bags and sealing cracks and crevices along the foundation and outside of your home, keeping spaces such as your garage, attic and basement organized will go a long way to prevent a spider outbreak. These tactics will make it more difficult for them to hide and then reproduce. This way, you should be able to spot the problem before it gets too out of hand.

Black Widow Exterminator in Tacoma, WA

If you already have a significant amount of spiders congregating in your home, it is best to seek a professional's guidance.  You can use over-the-counter products to try and get rid of these scary pests, but reaching out to an expert to assess the situation is preferable. They can help you determine the species of the spider, whether or not they are dangerous, and the best plan of action to get rid of the specific species you have in your home.  Plus, you won’t have to deal with the chemicals and extermination process yourself.

If you are looking for pest control in Olympia or pest control in Tacoma, All Seasons Pest Control is the best provider in the area. We have over 30 years of experience to help get your pest problem under control effectively and efficiently. You can even read excellent customer reviews regarding our services from both our new and loyal customers. Begin the process to get rid of these pests once and for all, contact us today for a consultation.