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Spiders can be a persistent pest in and around the home. Their webs are unsightly and spider droppings are messy. To control spider infestations, you need to treat the outside and inside areas of the home. This article will go over in great detail all you need to know about spider control. Topics covered will be basic spider biology, the problems spiders present, the best professional pest control products for spider control and how to use them for… Read more on spider control

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I have an unfinished basement where folks almost never go. Part of it is dug out to about 5” tall, while most of it is crawl space. I have spiders that look like brown recluse but I’m not interested in getting close enough to tell. I need an eco-friendly (no smell, or low smell) product […]

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Many spiders are clearly visible during the day. Web making spiders can be seen literally hanging around. However, there are many that are shy and reclusive. Brown Recluse Spiders are such a spider. During the day or in any room where there is bright lights, they will make themselves scarce. They don’t like to be […]

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Brown Recluse Treatments inside Homes Treating inside a home for brown recluse spiders will many times be the only way you’ll be able to knock them out once and for all. Once established inside, brown recluse spiders can be difficult to control. They naturally hide and avoid bright light making key locations difficult to identify. Brown recluse […]

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Spiders will many times start to nest up under house siding. This location provides a great place for them to hide from the elements, predators and other dangers. Be sure to either dust or spray up under siding which has spider activity if you wish to prevent further activity and inside the home penetration.

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Spider droppings can become quite a mess. They will accumulate below nest locations and can be quite large even when produced from relatively small spiders. Cleaning these droppings will enable you to readily identify new infestations as well as help prevent any damage this highly acidic waste can cause. The best product for the job […]

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Removing old spider webs should be done whenever possible. This is particularly important in rooms which don’t have people in them frequently. By removing old webs, you’ll be able to better tell when there is new activity.

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Removing spider webs will make the overall spider control program that much more effective. Spider webs are fundamental for many species of spiders and if their weave is interrupted, damaged or removed, they will work to restore things to normal as soon as they can. This means they will be active and many times this […]

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Treating a Baby’s room or any room where people spend a lot of time needs to be done with caution. We always suggest to first set out some glue traps to monitor the problem to see just how extensive it really is. Once the level of activity is known to some degree, a treatment plan […]

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We get this question quite a bit. The answer isn’t always clear which means that many times the best thing to do is cover all bases. If you’re seeing spiders in the home, go ahead and set up some SPIDER TRAPS in any room where you see activity. You should also do some crack and […]

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