IDENTIFYING WEB-BUILDING SPIDER PROBLEMS
All spiders have a venomous bite to paralyze or kill their prey, except for a few exceptions, these are not a threat to people. Some spiders, like orb weavers, make very distinctive large round/circular webs. Others make rather unorganized webs, or funnel-shaped webs. These spiders build these webs to capture their food source (mainly flying insects). In many cases, lights on the exterior of the structure are attracting the insects, which in turn, attract the spiders.
WEB-BUILDING SPIDER HABITS
There are many species of web building spiders (Araneae). Some are found outside and some inside structures. The webs are used to catch flying and crawling insects. Common spiders around structures include the orb-weaver, cobweb spiders, cellar spiders, and funnel-web spiders.
PROBLEMS PRESENTED WITH WEB-BUILDING SPIDERS
The major problem with spiders, is that they are considered by most people as dangerous. Only a few have bites and venoms that cause reactions in people. Spiders are mostly an unsightly nuisance, when building webs on building or structures.
HOW TO GET RID OF WEB-BUILDING SPIDER PROBLEMS
Getting rid of web-building spiders can be tricky since they tend to build their nests in unique places. Our green web-building spider control experts will assess the web-building spider problem and any web-building spider threat prior to using a web-building spider control plan, providing you with peace of mind when it comes to these potential unwelcome web-building spider infestations. And because Wildlife Management Services methods for web-building spider control are environmentally friendly and organic, there is no concern for your family and pets.
Wildlife Management Services has the knowledge, equipment, and skills to take care of all your web-building spider problems and will show you how to get rid of web building spiders for good!
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