Species of Spiders
There are numerous species of spider that can crop up around humans. The most common types are:
- Black Widow
- Cellar Spiders
- The Domestic Spider
- Brown Widow
- Daddy Longlegs
- American House Spider
Professional Spider Control
Still, homeowners do not want spiders on their property. Customers have relied on Corporate Care for reliable, dependable, spider control. Spider webs hanging around your home or business don’t look very attractive, no matter how many insects the spiders are eating. A spider infestation could indicate another pest problem since spiders prefer to build webs where they can get the most food – insects.
Finally, there are spiders that inject venom that could be harmful to humans, such as the bite from bite from black widow spiders. Although seldom fatal, bites from these eight-legged arthropods should be taken seriously and medical attention sought.
Dealing with spiders in your home? Corporate Care can help you get rid of spiders of all species. We remove the webs and get rid of the spiders during all life stages.
Professional spider removal services are often recommended to deal with the discovery of a large population of spiders on your premises. First, you will need to set up an inspection with a spider specialist.
Contact us online or call 01707009599 to speak with a Corporate Care representative.
How to Get Rid of Spiders in the House
Spiders are most likely to enter your home in the autumn in search of a warm place to spend the winter. There are many DIY spider repellent and spider control products available. Here are some things you can do for spider control in your home.
- Vacuum regularly, high and low – particularly sheltered spots such as beneath worktops, backs of cupboards or under/behind large furniture.
- Remove noticeable webs – on a regular basis.
- Fill in gaps – in walls, around pipework and under doors to deter entry.
- Remove sheltering sites – like firewood piles, garden bags, compost piles and general clutter from near your property. Do not place boxes on the floor and by walls, and use tape to close up box openings.
- Deter all insects – use lighting in a way that is less attractive to the insects (flies) that spiders feed on.
- Ventilate – make sure crawlspaces and attics are well-ventilated, in order to decrease moisture.
- Be careful – examine objects like grocery bags that were placed down outside, as well as packages that have been left outdoors. Spiders can travel into your home via these objects.