Spider Removal Services
Spiders are one of the most feared creatures of all time! Spiders certainly have a bad reputation for being scary, but most types of spiders are pretty harmless. That said, no one wants to deal with excess spiders in their home! Even worse, El Paso is home to three of the most dangerous spiders: the black widow, brown recluse, and brown widow.
At Pest Defense Solutions, we know how distressing spiders can be. Our spider exterminators can keep you spider-free year-round.
Frequently Asked Questions About Spiders
Spiders live all over the world, so you can expect to see them in almost every climate. Here in El Paso, spiders are often found in bushes and trees, spinning webs between branches. Indoors, they often seek shelter in cluttered areas or in areas with excess moisture, like crawl spaces.
Spiders eat all sorts of insects. Younger and smaller spiders prefer easy prey like fruit flies and midges, but full-grown and larger spiders will eat bees, moths, wasps, and flies of many kinds. Having an infestation of any of these on your property could contribute to a concurrent spider infestation.
Spiders are only after a place to hide and insects to eat. They will stick around in your home if they can find a cluttered place to retreat to or a wealth of small insects to feed on. If you have a current insect infestation, the same conditions might be attracting spiders, too.
There might be multiple reasons why spiders are living in your home—these could include:
- An infestation of spider prey
- Cluttered or unclean areas
- Areas of excess moisture buildup
- Piles of yard waste left close to your home
Most spiders are very timid and will retreat instead of biting if they feel threatened. People will usually only experience a spider bite if the spider becomes trapped between their skin and a wall or if the person tries to catch the spider with their bare hands.
Some weaker spiders in the area can bite you without you ever knowing. Their bites will result in a small bump with a red ring surrounding it, and this mark may be so tiny that you don’t notice. However, in more severe cases, the bump will turn purple and blue or turn into an open sore. This might be accompanied with fever, chills, stomach cramps, or aches.
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Our Spider Removal Process
Without the help of spider exterminators, identifying and getting rid of them can be difficult. Whether you’re noticing excess webs in your property or think you’ve spotted a dangerous species, it’s important to call the spider control experts.
The following steps are included in our ant removal services:
- A thorough property inspection to identify the source of the infestation and the spider species
- Placement or application of spider extermination products and insecticides
- Proper sealing of entry points to control sources of the infestation
- A detailed spider removal report describing the treatment
- Spider control and prevention tips to avoid future infestations
El Paso’s Best Spider Exterminators
It’s completely normal to deal with a few house spiders from time to time, but it’s important to call a spider exterminator for more serious problems. At Pest Defense Solutions, we know how distressing spider problems can be and will work hard to keep you spider-free. We use the industry’s best spider removal methods.
As a QualityPro-certified company, we will work hard to control current spider problems as well as prevent future ones from happening!
Spider Exterminators – Control – Removal in El Paso TX
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