What are spiders?

Spiders have eight legs, two body segments and have no wings or antennae. While most spiders pose little or no danger to people, some species can deliver venomous bites that may cause medical issues.

Where are spiders found?

Not all spiders make webs, but most of those found inside will make cobwebs in low-traffic areas. Basements, crawl spaces, attic spaces, storage containers, cardboard boxes, window frames and window wells, outdoor light fixtures are common places for spider activity.

If you think you have them, give us a call! We will conduct a through inspection of your home and property and provide you with a customized treatment plan to deal with the spider issue. You will receive a detailed report of the service provided and helpful recommendations to remain spider-free!

If you’re struggling with a spider infestation in your home or business, proactive steps can help manage the problem effectively. First, identify the types of them present, remembering that many are harmless and contribute to pest control. Maintain cleanliness by cleaning and removing cobwebs regularly, especially in corners and behind furniture. Seal entry points such as cracks and crevices to prevent them from entering your home or workspace. Reduce clutter to eliminate hiding spots, and consider using natural repellants like citrus or peppermint for anxiety. Regular vacuuming helps remove them, their webs, and egg sacs. Installing screens on windows and doors can also be an effective preventative measure. If infestations persist, or you have concerns about specific spider species, it is recommended to seek the expertise of a professional pest control service. They can assess the situation, identify their involvement, and provide targeted solutions to address the problem safely and efficiently.

Our “Telos Pest Control” team is always at your side for any kind of spider control.

You can prevent spiders by sealing common entry points, reducing moisture around the home, reducing hiding places by cleaning corners and vacuuming often and dusting along walls and ceilings where they build webs.