Seeing one or two spiders inside your home or business is completely normal. So when is a spider exterminator needed? When excess amounts of webs or spiders are seen indoors—or when you’ve spotted a brown widow, brown recluse, or black widow—it’s time to call a professional spider exterminator. The spider extermination team at Dugas Pest Control can not only control active infestations in your home but prevent future ones from occurring!
Spider extermination process
When you’re dealing with spider problems inside your property, a professional can get to the root of the problem. At Dugas, our first step is a consultation, during which we inspect your property for signs of a spider infestation. Some of the things we look for include:
- Spider webs: Not all spider webs look like a classic web. Some are funnel-shaped, looking almost like a wasps’ nest made of spider silk. This helps us identify what type of spider you are dealing with.
- Burrows or crevices in your home: Many spider species won’t make webs at all. They’ll burrow into the ground around your home, or use crevices in the foundation or siding of your home as a temporary nest.
- Dampness: Spiders are often drawn to damp locations like basements and sheds because damp areas are breeding grounds for the insects they eat.
- The presence of ants, flies, and lice: These are a spider’s main food source, so you can bet that where you have these insects, you’ll have spiders.
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Long-lasting spider control
After inspecting your home, our spider exterminators will work with you to come up with a treatment plan suited to your property. We may also recommend certain changes in your property, such as sealing cracks and crevices in your home to stop spiders from crawling indoors. Lastly, we will provide you with tips on how you can keep a spider-free home—guaranteed! To learn more about the spider extermination methods at Dugas, give our team a call today!Back to Spider Exterminators – Control – Removal
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