Spider species can be found in most parts of the world, aside from the polar regions, highest mountains, and the oceans. There are more than 45,000 known spider species, which means there’s no shortage of spiders out there. Because we generally live in neighborhoods, we might see spiders like a brown recluse, jumping spiders, house spiders, wolf spiders, cellar spiders, and garden spiders. But what are you supposed to do when the spiders outnumber you?
While most spiders are relatively small and unsightly, they are often overlooked. The fact is, if you have spiders in your home, it’s because you likely have a different pest problem. Spiders do not go where they do not have a proper food source. So if you are seeing spiders, you may want to consider what that actually says or means about your home.
Seeing spiders frequently can also be an indicator that your home is not as secure as you may have thought. If spiders are entering your home through unsealed cracks and crevices, why couldn’t another pest enter your home the same way?
Poisonous spiders like a brown recluse tend to not end up in homes because they don’t seek out contact with humans, but every once in a while they might make their way into an old shoe or box in the attic. Because they bite when they feel threatened, it can result in a trip to the hospital if the bite is bad enough. It’s safe to say that spiders are pests, and they do cause damage.
Technically, yes, you can try. But DIY methods for getting rid of spiders are just not the same. You are not a trained expert, and maybe a homemade apple cider vinegar solution sounds like a safe alternative way to get rid of spiders, it doesn’t necessarily solve the problem. Your home has spiders for a reason, and if you are unable to identify that reason, you will not be able to fix it.
At Insight Pest Solutions, we treat spiders the right way. From brown recluse, jumping spiders, garden spiders, wolf spiders, common house spiders, and more, Insight has the solutions for your home. By starting with a thorough inspection, our exterminators can assess the problem to create a specialized treatment plan.
Indoor and outdoor spiders are no problem for Insight exterminators. Web removals, spraying for spiders, and even sealing entry points are all a part of our method to keep your home free of these creepy crawlers. Our solutions are safe for you and your family, and can help you to rest assured that your spider problems are a thing of the past.
Call Insight Pest Solutions to book an inspection today.