Don’t let spiders choose your home or business as a permanent residence. A typical female spider can lay hundreds of eggs in her lifetime. If there’s one spider, you can expect more hidden in areas you cannot see. An infestation can quickly grow if not taken care of immediately. Repellent and sprays can do only so much.
Just call on the licensed and highly trained experts at Schendel Pest Services to keep your property free from spiders and other insects. Our technicians will identify what could be making your home or business so attractive to them in addition to using proven methods to keep the eight-legged arachnids from returning.
Business owners can lose their reputation and money if their clients frequently see spiders. Arachnophobia is an intense phobia that may keep customers far away if they happen to see a spider at your place of business, no matter the size.
Losing business and getting a poor review are risks you cannot afford to take. To ensure your spider issue is taken care of thoroughly, you need to rely on the Schendel Pest Services’ specialists.
Some spiders are harmless, and others will make you sick or endanger your health if bitten. Protect your family and pets from a spider’s venom with our safe treatment plan for your home & business.
After a thorough property inspection, you’ll learn why a year-round pest control plan in place will help to control spiders. Simple efforts such as removing food sources and other features will make your property unattractive to spiders to nest and breed. Also, we seal cracks, caulk around windows and doors, install door sweeps, and provide suggestions on how to keep storage areas clutter-free to make your property unattractive to pests.
Some people want to avoid spiders at all costs. Others only care if they are venomous. Learn more about the three types of spiders that you are likely to discover.
The venomous brown recluse spider features an oblong abdomen covered in gray hairs with a body that appears yellowish-gray to dark in color. Adults can grow ¼ to ½ of an inch in length.
Black widows are venomous spiders that grow to be 1 ½ to 1 3/8 inches in length. You can identify this type of arachnid by the shiny black in color and red hourglass shape on their back. The abdomen may feature light red or white spots.
Aptly named because they very commonly invade homes, the non-venomous house spiders are brownish-yellow in color and have darker angled stripes on their legs and body. They will grow to be about 1/8th- 5/16th of an inch in length in adulthood.
We’re happy to get all types of spiders under control – from the common house spider to brown recluses.
No one wants unwanted pests on their property, and that includes spiders. Spiders will go to places to find food and security. They will look to move indoors due to wet and frigid weather, carried inside in firewood or by other accidental means.
Once inside, spiders will hide in the dark, secluded areas of your home like the corners of walls, in closets, in clothing, underneath furniture, and basements and attics.
Make your home inhabitable by spiders with Schendel Pest Services. Our year-round pest protection plan can help keep these invaders off your property . Don’t tackle the problem on your own. The DIY products sold online and in stores may contain chemicals that may be dangerous to you, your pets, and plants.
Discover year-long protection for yourself, family, guests, pets, and property by calling Schendel Pest Services. We use methods that follow stringent guidelines, and all our conventional products are EPA registered. Homes and businesses have relied on Schendel Pest Services since 1947.
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