Spider Removal: Say Goodbye to Spiders With Express Pest Control Services
Are you tired of seeing spiders crawling around your house? If so you are not alone. Many homeowners struggle with spider infestations and constantly battle these eight legged pests. At Express Pest Control Services, we understand the frustration of spider in your home. That’s why we offer professional spider removal services to help rid your home of these unwanted hosts. We offer spider removal services in Surrey, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Port Moody, Langley, Vancouver and surrounding areas. For more information about our spider removal services contact us today at 604-499-6530 to schedule an appointment with our team of experts.
What Are Spiders?
Spiders are small eight legged creatures and have two sections – cephalothorax and abdomen. Spiders are air breathing arthropods that have fangs, eight legs and chelicerae with venom or poison glands. They have two or three simple eyes on their heads.
Spiders are carnivores which means they eat other insects like flies, mosquitoes and bees. By regulating insect populations – they play an important role in our ecosystem. Spiders don’t like to bite people but they will if they feel threatened.
Spiders try to live and survive like any other creature. They are usually found in dark damp places like basements attics and crawl spaces. They can be a problem when they appear a lot in our homes. Controlling Spider is therefore crucial for a healthy lifestyle.
The Common Types of Spiders
Cellar spiders also known as daddy longlegs are recognizable by their long thin legs and small bodies. They tend to build webs in basements cellars and any other damp areas. There are over 48,000 known species of spiders worldwide but not all are common household pests. Most spiders prefer to live outdoors and only come inside our homes accidentally. Some spider species are known for infesting human dwellings and can cause a real problem.
The most common spiders found in homes are house spiders. They have long thin legs and vary in size from very small to quite large (up to 2 inches). The color of house spiders is dark brown and they often have markings on their bodies. They build irregular webs in corners of rooms ceilings or underneath furniture.
Wolf spiders are large hairy spiders that can grow up to 2 inches in length. They are usually found outdoors but they may make their way inside searching for food. Wolf spiders don’t build wings – they hunt down their prey by chasing them down. They are known to bite when threatened but their venom is not harmful to humans.
Black widow Spider
The black widow spider is one of the most feared spiders because of its reputation for being deadly. They are usually found in undisturbed dark places like basements, garages and woodpiles. Black widow spiders have a shiny black body and have a red hourglass shaped marking on their abdomen.
Fishing spiders also known as dock spiders are large spiders that can grow up to 4 inches in length. They are commonly found near bodies of water and are excellent swimmers. Their bites can be painful but are not considered dangerous to humans.
Signs of Infestations
Spider infestation includes webs in corners or other areas of the home egg sacs, shed skins and dead insects caught in webs. Spiders can reproduce quickly – so it’s crucial to address any infestations as soon as possible.
Professional Spider Removal Services
Spiders are creepy creatures. While most spiders are harmless some can be dangerous and should only be handled by trained professionals. That’s where Express Pest Control Services comes in. Our team of experts has years of experience in identifying and removing spider infestations. We use safe and effective methods to remove spiders from your home. We also offer preventative measures to help keep spiders from returning to your home in the future.
Do not let spiders take over your home any longer. Call Express Pest Control Services today at 604-499-6530 and schedule an appointment for professional spider removal services. Say goodbye to these unwanted pests and hello to a spider-free home.