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What are spiders?

Often mistaken for insects, spiders are arachnids closely related to ticks—these common home-invading pests throughout the United States, including Texas. While spiders play a helpful role in controlling insect populations in nature, they become problematic when they invade our homes.

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Are spiders dangerous?

Like the wolf spider, most spider species are not harmful to humans, though they may cause discomfort and occasional bites. While wolf spider bites are not dangerous, venomous spiders like black widows or brown recluses are a genuine concern. Bites from these spiders can cause significant neurological or tissue damage. If bitten by a brown recluse or black widow spider, seek immediate medical assistance.

For effective management of spiders in Texas, rely on our expertise. Contact us to address your spider infestation and ensure a pest-free environment.

Why do I have a spider problem?

If spiders have made themselves home on your property, they may have been there for quite some time. Spiders often hatch or reside on your property for extended periods. When they venture out to find a mate, you may notice their presence and realize the extent of the spider infestation. Spiders may enter your home if there is an insect problem, as they follow their prey. Once inside, they may lose their way back out or choose to stay if there is an abundant supply of insects to feed on.

Where will I find spiders?

Contrary to popular belief, spiders prefer to avoid areas with high human activity and are generally reclusive. They seek out hidden spots such as corners, attics, shelves, wall spaces, and closets. Outdoors, spiders can be found under rocks, logs, sheds, and trees.

Where do I get rid of spiders?

Dealing with spiders can be challenging, especially for venomous species like black widows or brown recluses. It is best to entrust spider infestation treatments to the experienced pest professionals at Its Bugs Or Us®. Our licensed team knows how to eliminate spiders and the insect pests they prey on effectively. Contact us to receive a tailored pest control plan for your home.

How can I prevent spiders in the future?

Preventing the invasion of spiders involves reducing the presence of the insect pests they target. Taking the following preventative measures can deter spiders from entering your home:

  • Install door sweeps on exterior doors. Repair damaged window screens.

  • Turn off outdoor lights at night to avoid attracting insects.

  • Maintain a clean home environment, removing dust and clutter where spiders may hide.

  • Regularly remove spider webs to discourage new invaders.

With a professional pest control plan from Its Bugs Or Us®, you can enjoy a spider-free home. Don't let spiders continue to weave their webs in your living space. Contact us today for effective spider control and prevention services.

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