Pest Control

Spiders

Spiders Biology

Though differentiated from insects proper due to a different number of legs and lacking wings, most people do not much care to have spiders sharing their living spaces. In addition, certain spiders like the Brown Recluse and Black Widow can be downright dangerous to both humans and pets. Spiders eat insects who come to be trapped in their webs. Most (but not all) spiders have eight eyes.

Besides the two most commonly feared species mentioned above, some of the other types of spiders are Wolf Spiders, Crab Spiders, Jumping Spiders, Harvestmen ("Daddy Long Legs"), Tarantulas, Hobo Spiders, Funnel Weavers, Jumping Spiders, Cellar Spiders, Cobweb Spiders, and Sac Weavers.

Spiders Treatment

One of the things that makes spiders tricky to treat is that they don't often or easily come into direct contact with an insecticidally-treated surface area because they spend so much time in and on their web. To get the victory over a persistent spider problem may require some extreme measures, and your Accurate Pest Control Service Technician knows just what to do!

One of the keys to victory over spiders is to use IPM, Integrated Pest Management. This means not only chemical control methods, but non-chemical control methods also. IPM means not only using direct approaches, but indirect also. Perimeter treatments, space treatments, crack-and-crevice treatments, are all examples of chemical efforts, and some non-chemical could include harborage reduction (habitat modification-clutter reduction), exclusion, and vacuuming of webs, eggsacs, and even of the spiders themselves!

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