House Spider

House Spider

Shape and size:

House spiders are a yellowish brown in color, abdomens are off white with a few dark spots with several dark stripes meeting at an angle above the tip of the abdomen. The females can grow up to 6 mm. Males tend to be smaller, growing up to 4.7 mm.

Signs of a House Spider infestation:

House spiders are especially problematic when they seek shelter as the weather cools in early autumn. Visible identification of the spiders are their webs. In general, House spiders can be found in dark, secluded areas, both in your home and garden.

Stop Bugging Me Pest Control’s Spider Service includes the following:

  • Inspection – A thorough inspection will determine the level of activity. Based on the findings, your technician will create a tailored treatment plan and make recommendations for preventative measures.
  • Treatment – A typical plan will include treatment of the interior baseboards and placement of glue boards to quickly eliminate spiders and general pests that act as a food source for spiders inside the home. Outside treatment consists of knocking down webs, crushing egg sacs, and the treatment of window and door frames, eaves, and foundation to help reduce activity around the home.
  • Follow up – Treatment for spiders can reduce activity by 70 – 80 percent. However, due to the biology of spiders, regular follow-up treatments are recommended to protect the home against future infestations. Stop Bugging Me Pest Control customers usually see the best results from our quarterly maintenance program, which leads to a drastic reduction in spider populations.

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