Did you know that your property may require a spider control and extermination service? Many people are completely scared of the eight-legged creatures. This is due to the fact that spider bites tend to form large welts and can be incredibly painful. Even if you’re not scared of these nasty creatures, if your residential, commercial, or industrial property is infested with spiders, it’s time to call a spider control and extermination service.
You may have hundreds or even thousands of spiders invading your home or building and don’t even know it. This is due to the fact that spiders tend to hide in dark places until they can find a viable food source. The good news is that there are a few tell-tale signs that you’re having a spider related problem. First and foremost, spiders leave a bunch of evidence even though they can be hard to see at times. For example, if you start seeing spider webs inside of your property then you can pretty much figure that spiders have invaded your house or building.
Typically speaking, you will start seeing spider webs forming along ceiling beams, chandeliers, and the corners of the ceilings. You may also see spider webs behind furniture that’s placed against the wall, and also in open containers and boxes. The important thing is not to confuse spider webs with cobwebs. In essence, spider webs are active, which means they’re currently under construction. Spider webs may also be holding spider egg sacs. However, cobwebs are usually empty and abandoned.
The bottom line is that you should be concerned if you see spider webs, but far less concerned if you notice cobwebs. Speaking of egg sacs, in addition to being found in active spider webs, you’ll also find them in places like crawl spaces. Egg sacs actually contain hundreds of baby spiders. When they hatch, the spider babies will then multiply because they build their own nests and quickly lay their own eggs. Each spider egg sac that you find inside of your property equals a whole new generation of spiders if left untreated.
Last but certainly not least, if you see a lot of flying insects in and around your property, you may very well need a professional spider control and extermination service. This is due to the fact that spiders love to eat flying insects. In essence, it’s their preferred food source. So, if you see a lot of flying insects, it will greatly increase the chances of a spider infestation.
Gary’s PestBDead provides a full range of pest control services and plans in order to meet the needs of both residential and commercial property owners and managers. We are proud of the fact that our customers praise our reasonably priced pest control service plans that not only cover a wide range of services, but also protect you and your investment from pests on a year-round basis. Our company philosophy is simple. At Gary’s PestBDead, we are not trying to be the biggest pest control business. However, we are striving to be the best and most trusted pest control company in the industry.