The method in which our company controls spiders relies upon:
1. Knowledge of spider biology
2. Your awareness of how our spider treatment works
Female spiders may reproduce up to 300 spiderlings per hatching two or three times per year, depending on their species. The spiderlings (baby spiders) are then distributed en masse on gusts of wind, on parachutes of web, or they crawl to their new home. When we treat your home, we pay attention to all the potential spider harborage areas, including webs.
Spiders that we contact with the spray will definitely die after a short period of time, ranging from just a few hours up to a couple of weeks.
It is not our aim, nor is it possible to eliminate all spiders on your property. Spiders play an important role in our food chain, and it is much more environmentally responsible to focus on keeping spiders from entering your home.
No pesticidal residue that is available on the market today will kill spiders when they crawl over it. What will occur, though, is a reduction of the spider population in your area.
WE CANNOT ELIMINATE ALL SPIDERS ON YOUR PROPERTY OR GUARANTEE THAT WEBS WILL NOT RE-APPEAR AFTER TREATMENT.
What we can guarantee is that all potential harborage areas will be treated and spiders will die after being contacted with the spider control spray.
Q. How can I reduce spider populations safely around my home?
A. With regular treatments, spider populations will be reduced to more bearable numbers. Be aware that spiders may become more active after spraying and check boots and clothes on the washing line before wearing.
About one month after having your home treated, vacuum away webs with a vacuum cleaner. This is a safe way of cleaning up spiderlings, which may not have been contacted by the spray.
Contact our pest control experts about your spider problem today.