Maryland Spider Control
House spiders, while not as dangerous as they seem, can become a problem if left unchecked. Once one female builds her nest, she can lay almost 400 eggs at a time. While most house spiders are completely harmless to humans, some can pose a health risk. These require thorough and immediate extermination. To protect your home or business from spiders in Maryland, you need to learn about the behavior of this pest, take steps for prevention, and find effective treatment options should an infestation occur.
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The Spider’s Behavior Patterns
When spiders first move into your Maryland home or business, they will try multiple locations for their web until they find the ideal place. This will often be areas exposed to an air current, as this directs prey to their web explain the MD pest control experts at Viking Pest.
Spiders will leave the unused webs behind, meaning your space might fill up fast with dusty webs.
Once they do find their ideal location, spiders will most often be in basements, garages, window frames, closets, and upper corners. The female will then start laying eggs, laying more than 400 eggs. This is why it is important to catch a possible spider infestation early, so you can implement proper spider control and prevent an infestation from occurring.
Spiders to Watch Out For
While the most common pest you run into will be the generic house spider, there is one species in Maryland you need to watch out for: the Black Widow
The Black Widow has an infamous bite with a dangerous neurotoxin. Viking Pest’s certified entomologist, Craig, explains it can most easily be identified by its stark black body and a bright red patch on the bottom of its abdomen. If you see a bunch of these spiders in your home or business, call your local Viking Pest branch today to immediately deal with the infestation to avoid a possible medical emergency.
Best Way to Get Rid of Spiders in Maryland
If you have a few common house spiders, there are easy steps you can take to curb their population. The MD exterminators at Viking Pest recommend vacuuming up their webs, egg sacs, and any spiders you encounter. Once you find the first web, look through their most common living spaces and vacuum up any other webs you see there.
When a Minor Spider Issue Becomes an Infestation
If you implemented the above spider control methods and you are still overwhelmed with quickly reappearing spiders and webs, it is time to call your local Viking Pest branch, as you probably have an infestation.
Viking Pest takes a unique approach to spider control. We use what we call Integrated Pest Management, which minimizes the use of materials while effectively controlling spiders and keeping your family, pets, and customers in mind. We also use on-site entomologists that are university trained to ensure we get to the source of the infestation.
We also offer long-term protection with our Home Protection Plans. These protect your home or business all year with regular visits from Viking Pest professionals.
Viking Pest has Some of the Best Spider Control in Maryland
No matter what level of spider invasion you are experiencing, Viking Pest has plans that will work for you!
Viking Pest offers expert treatment designed to effectively and efficiently control and prevent spiders from invading your home or business in Maryland. Call Viking today for your FREE and NO OBLIGATION estimate at 1-800-618-2847 or schedule online today!