Professional Spider Control In Lewisville, Denton, North Texas.
Pretty much everyone who's spent time in Texas knows that we've got plenty of local spider species that call this area home – but that doesn't mean they have to call your house home.
Common Spiders In Our Area
Spiders are a common sight in just about every corner of the Lone Star State. Species you might run across here in North Texas include:
- Common house spiders
- Wolf spiders
- Garden spiders
- Jumping spiders
- Brown recluse spiders
- Black widow spiders
Almost all of the most common spiders in Texas are nothing to be concerned about. The exceptions on this list would be the final two; the black widow and the brown recluse.
These two spider species pack a medically significant bite, and their venom is potent enough to require medical intervention in humans. Neither the black widow nor the brown recluse is considered a mortal threat to fully grown adults. But these two species can cause serious symptoms in adults, and they can be lethal to pets and small children. Since there's no targeted method of prevention based on the type of spider, the best way to protect yourself from these two species is to prevent all spiders.
Our Spider Control Offerings
When you call Adams Exterminating Company for help, we'll come running. We don't do time windows – only prompt service. For spider infestations, we'll start by thoroughly inspecting your home, looking for problem areas that could attract spiders and other pests that spiders hunt.
Our professional and courteous pest control experts in Texas can then devise a plan to eradicate the spider infestation and whatever other pest infestation exists in your home. Over 10,000 area homes and businesses trust us because we don't rest until we can rid our clients of every last bothersome pest! Don't let the spiders on your wall get you down. Let us help you out.
How To Prevent Spider Infestations
The best way to get rid of spider infestations is to keep the single largest spider attractant out of your home; the pests that spiders prey on. Spiders don't have any reason to come into our homes without this one thing. If you're noticing an uptick in spider activity in your house, it's almost always because you have another infestation attracting them. Common spider prey infestations that can lead to an infestation of spiders include silverfish, roaches, flies, and ants. If you keep these and other insects at bay, your likelihood of having a spider problem drops significantly.
To keep insects that could attract spiders away:
- Cover all indoor and outdoor garbage at all times.
- Vacuum and wipe surfaces frequently to remove crumbs.
- Never leave pet foods or pet bowls sitting out.
- Avoid leaving dirty dishes in the sink.
- Store pantry foods in airtight containers.
If you follow these insect prevention best practices, it can keep your home and business free of these pests, which can, in turn, encourage the spiders that prey on them to look elsewhere for their next meal.
Spider-Free Living Is Just A Click Or Call Away
Unfortunately, the reality is that common household spiders can often find prey just about anywhere, especially in the case of hidden infestations, because many of the most common insects that infest our homes do so without our knowledge.
That's where Adams Exterminating Company comes in. Not only can we help you eliminate spider infestations, but we can help you eliminate the primary infestations causing the spiders to come into your home with residential pest control. If you're ready to get rid of the six and eight-legged freeloaders residing in your home, call or visit our contact page to get started today.