Carter Pest Control, Pest Library: Spiders


 


 

HOW TO IDENTIFY SPIDERS: CARTER PEST CONTROL GUIDE

To provide proper pest control, it is wise to clearly identify spiders. There are nearly 39 species of spiders in the southwest alone. The average homeowner couldn’t possibly identify them all. However, it is recommended to be able to identify the most popular and poisonous. For starters, remember all spiders have eight legs.

 

Spiders cause anxiety for most people and some are quite dangerous. As a homeowner, take action and contact CARTER PEST CONTROL for all your pest control needs.

CARTER PEST CONTROL LOCATES SPIDERS AROUND YOUR HOME

Spiders can be found in a number of places in and around your Southern Central United States area home. Not all spiders spin webs. Many spiders, such as the Wolf Spider, can be found living in small burrows throughout the ground around your home. Inside, they are often found along window and door frames, basements, garages and even houseplants. Web spinning spiders that find their way into and around your home will choose to hide in dark, dry secluded areas, such as within wood piles, under lawn furniture, crawl spaces, even within shoes and closets. Servicing the Southern Central United States area, CARTER PEST CONTROL will alleviate your pest problems by locating spiders and their dwellings in and around your home.

CARTER PEST CONTROL DISCUSSES SPIDER SEASON: WHEN IS IT?

Most spider species thrive in warmer climates. Spring time is when most spider eggs hatch and the young head out into the world. Male spiders are especially active throughout the year, looking for a mate and to breed. Colder temperatures are likely to draw spiders into your home, seeking warmth and protection.

This year, be prepared and contact CARTER PEST CONTROL for all your pest control needs, including spiders. Servicing the Southern Central United States area, CARTER PEST CONTROL is dedicated to providing premiere pest control services in and around your home.

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