Have spiderwebs become eerily abundant in the dark corners of your home? Even though spiders generously eat the unwanted insects, they can easily make any space feel as if it has been infiltrated by creepy, crawling intruders. At CJB Pest and Mosquito Control, we utilize only the most effective spider extermination methods, which will help you get rid of the spiders inside your home and prevent them from coming inside in the future. These services come with the industry’s best guarantees, which allows you to enjoy the spring, summer, and fall seasons spider-free!
Superior Spider Pest Control
When a spider problem arises, the experts at CJB Pest and Mosquito Control are here to help. To ensure we meet the needs of every client, our methods for spider control are effective against a variety of arachnids, including:
Yellow Sac Spiders
Cellar Spiders (Daddy Longlegs)
Spiders are known to breed outside, but there are times when they feel the need to move to a place that offers shelter, moisture, and warmth. With our state-of-the-art equipment, top-grade materials, and unmatched expertise, CJB Pest and Mosquito Control will ensure your property is free from spiders, so you can get back to enjoying the comfort of your own space again.
Where Do Spiders Hide?
They are easily found in homes, and tend to hide behind woodpiles, under furniture, inside crevices, and even under, around, inside storage boxes. These spiders are not seen running around during the daytime, mainly the spiders that are seen running around during the day are harmless to humans.
Michigan Spiders - Identification
Many people confuse spiders with other small insects. Spiders are not technically insects; they are arachnids. Spiders have eight legs, and two body parts; one of which is his head, and the second is his or her abdomen. Spiders do not have wings or antennae on their body as some insects do. They are known to eat other spiders and insects. Also, commonly found on plants, and spiders use venom to poison their prey.
Michigan Spiders - Prevention
To control spiders, you need to reduce the areas they can hide in or build webs on or around your property. As a result, the first step you want to take is cleaning to reduce areas of hiding. Start with any areas of storage. If possible, remove old boxes, miscellaneous items on storage shelves, old furniture not being used, vacuuming or using a dust ruffle in the rafters of your basement, corners of closets, window frames, and under furniture will also help. Once you have thoroughly cleaned the inside of the home, you can begin to see if you have a current infestation by any new webbing created.
House Spider Control
To make sure you have effective spider control, keep your garage, sheds, and other storage areas as clean as possible. Maintain it the best you can, as spiders are attracted to clutter. Secondly, get a thorough residual treatment with a highly-rated company like CJB Pest and Mosquito Control. When cleaning inside or outside, wear gloves at all times, even when you are only cleaning the area; this will ensure that a spider is not able to bite you during the cleaning process.
Get rid of your spider problem for good! For top-quality spider control methods, turn to the pros at CJB Pest and Mosquito Control. To learn more, contact us today, or schedule a free estimate with one of our experts!