Pennsylvania Spider Control
Spiders in your home or business are not always a bad thing. If the population stays under control, spiders will eat other troublesome insects, such as flies and mosquitos. House spiders, however, can quickly multiple, with females laying almost 400 eggs at a time. To protect your home or business from spiders in Pennsylvania, 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 Spider’s Behavior Pattern
The PA pest control experts at Viking Pest explain the most common places a spider will build its web are in upper corners, dark basements, garages, and window frames. They will often pick this ideal location through trial and error, leaving a trail of dusty, unused webwork behind them.
Once in said location, the female spider will start laying egg sacs of 400 eggs at a time, laying multiple of these throughout the year. This is why, once started, it can be difficult to keep a spider population under control.
How to Spot a Dangerous Spider
Most house spiders are harmless. They are too small to bite and often mind their own business.
In Pennsylvania, however, some dangerous spiders may be in your midst. The Black Widow and Wolf Spider, while more rarely found, can invade your home or business.
The Black Widow has a rather dangerous bite. Its venom is full of a neurotoxin that, if exposed, demands immediate medical attention. Viking Pest’s certified entomologist, Craig, explains this spider is most easily identified by its red hourglass patch on the abdomen of its body. It is primarily black.
Wolf Spiders, while not as dangerous, do bite when threatened. The PA pest control experts at Viking Pest explain these tend to head into your home during the fall months, seeking warmth and shelter from the cold. They will appear under floorboards, in cracks in the siding, or other places in which they can borrow. If you have a multitude of Wolf Spiders, call your local Viking Pest branch to manage the infestation.
Best Way to Get Rid of Spiders in Pennsylvania
If you have few common house spiders the PA exterminators at Viking Pest recommend vacuuming up the spider, its web, and egg sac. This ensures you get rid of the spider and that it doesn’t move to nest elsewhere within your home or business in PA. Look through all of the common places spiders live and do the same throughout your property.
When to Call an Exterminator for a Spider Invasion in PA
If you fail to rid your space of spiders no matter what you do, you might have an infestation on your hands. If so, call your local Viking Pest branch to come out and assess the situation at hand.
Viking Pest uses Integrated Pest Management, which is an innovative method that minimizes the use of materials to better protect your family or business in PA.
Pest management professionals come out for field assessments, ultimately getting to the source of the infestation so it doesn’t happen again.
Viking Pest in Pennsylvania also offers long term protection via our Home Protection Plans, which includes continual visits from Viking professionals throughout the year.
Viking Pest has Innovative Spider Control in Pennsylvania
If you require proper spider control, Viking Pest has various plans tailored specifically to your needs to best solve spider infestations in your home or business in PA.
Viking Pest offers expert treatment designed to effectively and efficiently control and prevent spiders from invading your home or business in Pennsylvania. Call Viking today for your FREE and NO OBLIGATION estimate at 1-800-618-2847 or schedule online today!