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Most people have encountered spiders at some point. Many Phoenix residents are worried about the health risks involved. After all, spiders can inject venom into the people and animals they bite. Therefore, there is a high risk that the victim is going to die. Spiders build webs so they can trap prey. Although some spiders can kill lizards and birds, most in Phoenix consume small insects and spiders. Nevertheless, you’ll still want to remove the spiders from your home hastily. Doing so is the best way to protect the people you love.
The Dangers Of Spider Infestations
Our clients are undoubtedly worried about the health hazards posed by spiders. After all, they know that spiders bite and inject venom. Unfortunately, this is enough to give you concern. However, you’ll find that the problem isn’t as scary as you might believe. On average, more than 90% of spider bites will be harmless. Still, there is always a chance that you’re going to experience systemic toxicity or other serious side effects. Therefore, it is pertinent to monitor your condition to be safe.
Reasons For Spiders
Spiders don’t need many reasons to invade your home. Instead, they’re searching for places to build webs and trap prey. They can likely find insects in and around your home. They’ll build nests there in hopes of getting food.
Tackling A Spider Infestation
Homeowners should go above and beyond to find a way to rectify the problem as soon as possible. Thankfully, you can take steps to keep them out of your home. Start by getting rid of potential nesting spots around your home. Step outside and look for rock piles and woodpiles. If you find anything like this, you’ll want to get rid of it. Remove these things so spiders won’t be able to build webs on your property. When you find spider webs, knock them down. Finally, seal the gaps and cracks on your exterior walls to keep spiders out.
Our Spider Treatment Is Safe
We know that our clients want to get rid of their spiders as quickly as possible, but they don’t want to take immense risks. Our methods are perfect for them. We only provide safe and effective spider treatments. Our exterminators use EPA-registered products to deal with the issue. These products are safe around the client, their loved ones, and their pets.
When Can The Exterminator Start?
Our representative is waiting for your call. We can answer your questions, give you a free quote, and schedule an appointment. We’ll contact you back within 48 hours.
Preventing Spider Infestations In The Future
You never know when spiders are going to try to invade your home. With this in mind, you should begin preparing now so you can keep them out. One thing to do is to make your property spider-proof. Spiders visit properties because they’re looking for places to build webs and trap prey. Eliminate spots where spiders might build webs. Get rid of woodpiles and rock piles. If you can keep spiders away from your property, they likely won’t enter your home. To be safe, it is wise to seal the exterior walls of your home. Seal these holes and spiders won’t be able to find a way to infiltrate the dwelling.
How About Brown Recluse Spiders?
Most Phoenix residents have heard of brown recluse spiders. Many of these individuals are concerned that these spiders are going to kill them. Ultimately, these spiders are incredibly dangerous and shouldn’t be ignored. However, they’re not as prevalent as most people believe. Although you may find these spiders in Phoenix, they’re rare.
- These spiders are not found in our city often
- They often enter homes after traveling in shipping boxes and containers
- Brown recluse spiders are hardy so they can live almost anywhere
- It is unlikely that you’re going to find brown recluse spiders outside in our area
- They can live in homes with kids and pets without biting anyone
- Brown recluse spiders are not aggressive and instead prefer staying away from people
- They usually do not travel from home to home
- They can be killed with certain products