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Spider Control

Spider infestations can be terrifying, not only for the homeowner but also for their pets. If you’re worried that your home may be at risk of spiders infestation, it’s time to contact Zero Pest Control experts.

Spiders are a common pest that many people dislike. They can spin webs, and they often occur in large numbers. Some spiders are poisonous, and all spiders can bite. The most common types of spiders found in homes are orb weavers, fishing spiders, and jumping spiders.

Spiders can become a real problem. Not only can they bite you, but they also can scare you. Recently, we had to remove more than 50 spider’s nests from people’s homes and offices, and since we are writing this post we thought it would be useful if we post here where spiders love to live so you can destroy them as soon as possible.

Orb Weavers

Orb weavers are the most common type of spider found in homes. These spiders build webs, which may be decorated with dew drops or other debris that makes them more visible. Orb weavers have a round body shape, with long legs and a bulbous abdomen at the rear end of their bodies. Orb weaver webs may be seen indoors or outdoors on sunny days or at night when the orb weaver is hunting for food or trying to catch prey that has flown into its web by mistake.

Fishing Spiders

Fishing spiders are another type of spider found in homes but not as commonly as orb weavers because they prefer to live outdoors rather than inside buildings. Fishing spiders tend to feed on other insects such as grasshoppers, crickets, and flies but will occasionally eat small vertebrates such as frogs.

Area of Spider Infestation

Spiders usually live in dark places, such as basements or attics. They can also be found in garages, crawl spaces, under porches, and sheds. Spiders love to hide in dark corners around the house and they are also known to make their webs in the attic.

Spiders are more active during the night when it is cooler and less humid than during the daytime; so if you hear scratching noises at night, chances are it’s just a spider looking for food! But if you hear the same sound during daytime hours then it could be an indication of a much more serious problem – such as termites or carpenter ants that have made their way into your home.

What You Should Do To Get Rid Of Spider

There are many different species of spiders that can be found in homes, but most people only recognize two: the black widow and the brown recluse. If you see any type of spider crawling around your home, it’s important to immediately contact us, we will identify what type of spider it is and how best to get rid of them when you book an appointment with us for your home inspection.