- Spider Control
Luring Spiders Into Our Web
While spiders play a vital role in controlling other pests, their presence in your home can be unsettling. Our professional pest control team is equipped with the knowledge and tools to address spider infestations effectively and safely. From identifying spider species to implementing targeted treatments, we are committed to providing you with sustainable solutions to spider conflicts in your home.
The Most Common Spiders in the Pacific Northwest
The Hobo Spider: Known for its distinct funnel-shaped webs and brownish coloration, the hobo spider is prevalent in the region and can occasionally deliver a venomous bite. This spider is very reclusive and will avoid human interactions, and is often confused with giant house spiders, which are more commonly encountered indoors.
The Giant House Spider: As the name suggests, this spider is one of the largest house spiders found in the Pacific Northwest. It is harmless to humans and is usually found indoors, where it preys on other insects. Often mistaken for hobo spiders as they share similar size and appearance. This spider can often be seen running across a bathroom floor when the lights are turned on.
The Western Black Widow: Recognizable by its shiny black body and red hourglass marking on the underside, the western black widow is venomous but rarely aggressive towards humans. It has many look-alikes and is commonly misidentified
The Yellow Sac Spider: Commonly encountered in homes, the yellow sac spider is pale yellow or beige in color and creates small, silken sacs as nests.
The Orb-Weaver Spider: These spiders are known for their intricate, circular webs and come in various colors and sizes. While they are harmless to humans, they are skilled at catching flying insects, and are most often encountered outdoors.
The Jumping Spider: These small, colorful spiders are known for their impressive jumping abilities and are commonly found in gardens and natural habitats.
Our Spider Control Process
Inspection and Identification: This includes a thorough inspection of the property to identify spider species and nesting areas and an assessment of the extent of the infestation and potential risks to humans and property.
Safe and Effective Removal: Your Interstate tech will implement safe and effective spider control treatments specifically tailored to the identified spider species and conditions of the home.
Prevention and Monitoring: This includes sealing off entry points to prevent future infestations, recommending measures to deter spiders from infesting the property, and routine monitoring of the area to ensure the long-term effectiveness of the removal process.
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