New Jersey Spider Control and Extermination
Spiders have a rather infamous image. Most people hate the sight of them, and many will do their best to rid their home or business of these pesky insects. Spiders, however, can actually be good for the surrounding environment, as they eat other nuisance insects like mosquitoes and flies. A spider population can easily get out of control, as females lay nearly 400 eggs at a time. To protect your home or business from spiders in New Jersey, 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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Understanding How Spiders Move
Spiders will move randomly throughout a building space to find the ideal location for their web. This process leaves a bunch of unused webs behind.
New Jersey pest control experts at Viking Pest explain the ideal location a spider will often rest on are basements, garages, closets, window frames, and the upper corners of rooms. These are exposed to air currents that bring in constant prey to their web.
Once settled, females will lay multiple egg sacs, making it hard to curb their population once they settle in.
When you Should Be Cautious of Spiders
Most spiders are harmless and pose no threat to humans, but there are some that can be dangerous.
The Black Widow and Brown Recluse spider are also found in New Jersey, and it is suggested you schedule an appointment with Viking to ensure your home or business is protected from an infestation.
Viking Pest’s certified entomologist, Craig, explains the Black Widow is identified by its striking red, hourglass-shaped patch on its black body. Seeing these spiders on multiple webs in your home requires immediate action, as its bite contains a neurotoxin that demands medical attention.
Brown Recluse, while less common, can be found during the summer months in New Jersey. Their plain brown body is less noticeable than the Black Widow, but it does have a poisonous bite, so make sure you call professionals to deal with this infestation and don’t risk being bit.
Best Way to Get Rid of Spiders in New Jersey
The best way to get rid of spiders in New Jersey for your home or business is to vacuum up their web, egg sac, and any spiders you find. If you are noticing more than a few spiders throughout your NJ home or business, call the pest control professionals at Viking Pest is the best way to control the spider population. Since spiders can lay hundreds of eggs at once, spider populations can quickly grow causing frustration for both NJ home and business owners.
What to do With an Infestation
An infestation is on your hands when you implement the above spider control measures and they keep coming back. That is when you call professionals to get to the root of the infestation so you can stop it at its source.
Viking Pest does this by using Integrated Pest Management, which uses minimal materials in order to protect your family or business. We also use professional entomologists that are university trained, which helps us understand the deeper, behavioral trends that led to the infestation in the first place.
If you are looking for more thorough protection from spiders in New Jersey, try one of Viking Pests Home Protection Plans. These protect your building space year-round with regular visits from Viking professionals.
Viking Pest can Control Spider Invasions in New Jersey
No matter the level of your spider invasion, Viking Pest has plans that will help you implement proper spider control.
Viking Pest offers expert treatment designed to effectively and efficiently control and prevent spiders from invading your home or business in New Jersey. Call Viking today for your FREE and NO OBLIGATION estimate at 1-800-618-2847 or schedule online today!