Spider Control

Western's expert pest control helps you send spiders out.

About Spiders

Spiders vary greatly in size and appearance, but they each have eight legs, two body regions, three or four pairs of eyes and no wings or antennae.

While most spiders lack the ability to puncture human skin, some of them are actually venomous and can inflict painful bites. No one wants to be inside a home or business infiltrated with spiders—especially people with arachnophobia. Plus, webs can linger in hard-to-reach places, making for uncomfortable cleaning sessions.

  • Potentially venomous bites
  • Nuisance to have around
  • Webs around building
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How to Detect Spiders

Spiders naturally produce silk, and the structures they create tend to give away their hiding places. Females weave egg sacs, typically light in color and spherical or oval-like in shape. Spiders also build webs that vary greatly by species; they may be orb-shaped or funnel-shaped, orderly or haphazard. Common locations for these pests include gardens, woodpiles, attics and basements.

How to Prevent Spiders

Spiders find their way inside by looking for mates, moisture, warmth or food. Keep them out by carefully controlling humidity, as well as limiting access points by sealing cracks around windows and doors. It’s important you control insect pests as well, since that is their main food source. It's also a good idea to clean up woodpiles or other structures near your home or business where spiders may be hiding.
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"I have recommended them to many people with positive results. Thanks, Western for helping keep away the critters, especially spiders!"

Jenn B.
Cape May, NJ
technician