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Spider Education

Spiders are arthropods that can be found in our service area. They belong to the Araneae order and have eight legs and up to eight eyes. Another thing to note is that spiders have fangs that allow them to inject venom into their victims. Today, more than 40,000 spider species have been identified, but not all of them are located in your area. Spiders can build webs by extruding silk from their bodies. They’ll use their webs to trap and kill prey. The type of prey they target depends on the size of the spider. Larger spider species can kill lizards and birds, but you likely won’t encounter those spider species.

You’ll also find spiders that kill small insects and other spiders. Spiders can live alone, but some of them do not. Some spiders build communal webs and live with 50,000 other spiders. On average, a spider will live up to two years, but it can live much longer in a protected location. Adult females tend to be much bigger than males. However, males have larger mouthparts so they’re often easy to recognize.

Another thing to note is that you’ll be more likely to find male spiders in your home. They travel during the mating season to find mates, so they may enter your home by mistake.

Dangers Linked To Spiders

How dangerous are spiders? Most people believe that they’re one of the most dangerous species on the planet, but they’re not. In most cases, a spider bite will be harmless. It’ll hurt and you might bleed, but it shouldn’t cause other problems. More than 90% of spider bites are harmless. There is always a risk that the victim will experience systemic toxicity, necrotic wounds, and death. If you get bit by a spider, you may need to visit a medical professional.

Why Spiders Invaded Your Home

Why would spiders invade your home? Ultimately, the reasons are immense but difficult to pinpoint. In some cases, male spiders are entering your home because they’re searching for female spiders. In other cases, they’re searching for warmth or food.

Do I Need To Contact An Exterminator?

Removing spiders from your home won’t be easy, but you can do it. You’ll want to start by reducing the spider population outside. If you have too many spiders outside, they’re likely going to enter your home. Reduce the population by getting rid of nesting sites, such as rock piles and woodpiles. You’ll also need to deal with gaps in your home. Make sure that the exterior walls are completely sealed to stop them from entering. Work with us and we’ll get rid of the spiders in your home before you know it.

Our Spider Exterminations Protect You

Our company offers safe and effective spider treatments. We try to use natural services when possible. If you want to avoid conventional chemicals, you’ll want to work with us. However, there is a chance that we’ll need to use conventional chemicals. If we do, we’ll take steps to keep you safe. We won’t use dangerous chemicals, and we won’t overuse them. We only use EPA-registered products to keep our clients safe.

When Can You Begin?

Contact us to schedule an appointment as soon as possible. We’ll reach out to you in just 24 to 48 hours.

Ensuring Spiders Don’t Return

Are you worried about spiders returning in a few weeks? They could. You need to prevent this from happening by taking steps to keep them out. Again, you’ll want to reduce the spider population outside of your home. Make sure that your home is clean, tidy, and free of clutter. Doing so will prevent them from finding nesting locations. If you need more tips and advice, contact us for assistance.

Should I Worry About Brown Recluse Spiders

Many of our clients are concerned that brown recluse spiders are going to attack them. Unfortunately, brown recluse spiders may be found in our area, but they’re not as bad as you might think. If you’re worried about these spiders, you should read the information below to put your mind at ease.

  • You’ll find that brown recluse spiders are not common in our area.
  • Brown recluse spiders can travel while hiding in shipping boxes.
  • If they arrive here, they can survive here.
  • It is not common to find brown recluse spiders outside in our area.
  • Even when they live around children and pets, bites are not common.
  • These spiders are timid so they’ll try to stay away from you.
  • Brown recluse spiders usually do not travel from one home to another.
  • You can purchase products that will eliminate brown recluse spiders.
  • It could be a funnel weaver or grass spider.
  • You should fear spiders, but you shouldn’t be unrealistic about your fears.

If you find spiders in your home, call us.

How Our Exterminators Deal With Spider Infestations In Chicago?

Whether you consider yourself an arachnophobic or just someone who does not like the sight of spiders, eradicating these insects without the proper equipment, tools or knowledge can be difficult. Just the mere fact that a spider is living in your home can cause extreme stress. Learning how to detect a spider infestation may require the help of our qualified team of experts. Our goal is to help all Chicagoans keep their home spider-free, so they can sleep at night. So, how do we manage this big responsibility?

We Offer Safe And Humane Removal Options

 Sure, spiders are really scary and you probably want to get rid of them by any means necessary. Well, this doesn’t mean that they should be killed or tortured. Most pest control companies will result to killing the spiders just to get rid of them. However, that is something we do not believe in. Spiders are living, breathing creatures and we want to put them back into an environment, where they will thrive and never return to your home. Our technicians possess the tools and skills to remove the spiders from your home and property without causing you or them harm.

Best Spider Control Treatments

As mentioned above, we prefer safely removing spiders from places they do not belong and back into their natural habitat. However, there are some cases that require more extensive measures. In these cases, we utilize eco-friendly, nontoxic products, such as pesticides and traps. Our goal is to protect you, your family and pets from exposure to harmful chemicals and venomous spiders.

When Is The Best Time To Contact Us?

Even if you do not fear spiders, you should know the risks of allowing them to live in your home freely. In Chicago, spiders can be found just about anywhere, including vehicles, public restrooms, parks, hospitals and schools. To protect the residents from coming into contact with spiders, the government, school officials and medical community turn to our spider control services.

It is never too early to contact our company to request help in ridding your home of spiders. A single spider can turn into a small colony in a short period of time. The solution to preventing the colony from becoming bigger is immediate eradication. Combining a thorough housecleaning and state-of-the-art spider control techniques is key to a spider-free indoor, healthy environment.

More Reasons To Choose Us

 Why the residents of Chicago highly recommend and value our services.

  • We are licensed and insured
  • We utilize the latest technology to eradicate spiders
  • We utilize humane removal techniques
  • We operate a drug-free company
  • We work around the clock for you
  • We offer free in-home inspections
  • Our word is our bond

We Are Always Available For You

As a top extermination company in Chicago, we value our customers. We not only encourage their involvement throughout the extermination process, but also listen to what they have to say. We offer face-to-face and phone interviews during business hours and without an appointment. Do not hesitate to call us to request information about spiders or help to remove them from your home.

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