If you're dealing with a spider infestation in your home, the best course of action is to seek the assistance of a professional spider control service like Mrs. Bzzz Pest Solutions. Our process begins with a thorough inspection of your home to identify any factors contributing to the spider problem. Once we've pinpointed the issues, we move on to treating the areas where spiders are likely to reside, starting with the basement and using a combination of residual chemicals and dust formulations. From there, we'll move on to other areas of concern, such as the garage and crawl spaces, using a targeted crack and crevice treatment. Finally, we'll treat the exterior of your home, focusing on the foundation, perimeter, and door and window frames. To finish, we'll use a cobweb duster to remove all spider webs.
How Did Spiders Get in My Home?
Spiders can gain access to various types of buildings, including homes, condos, apartments, and other structures, through several means such as doors, windows, cracks in foundations, garages, gaps in roof areas, and under door sweeps. In addition, homeowners who bring plants indoors during cold weather inadvertently transport spiders inside their homes. Spider infestations may also arise in unused basements and crawlspaces.
Why Is It So Hard to Get Rid of Spiders?
Often, when homeowners attempt to tackle spider infestations on their own and fail, it is typically due to the application of incorrect chemicals to unsuitable areas of the home. This practice also poses a risk of exposing children and pets to harmful chemicals. It is advisable to entrust this task to a professional pest control company. Mrs. Bzzz Pest Control experts have dealt with spider problems for the past 17 years. Our experts apply a limited amount of products to key areas, significantly reducing the risk of exposing humans and pests to chemicals. Ensuring the safety of children and pets is our top priority.
What Are Common Signs of a Spider Infestation?
Wolf spiders are the prevailing spider species in New Jersey. They are dynamic predators and do not spin webs. These spiders usually inhabit dark and damp areas such as basements, crawl spaces, and garages. While their leg span can measure up to 3 inches, they are not harmful since they do not bite but can move quickly due to their size.
How Can I Prevent Spiders From Returning?
Reduce moisture in basements by running dehumidifiers. Reduce moisture in dirt crawl spaces by putting down a vapor barrier of plastic above the dirt. Prune back all bushes and trees from the structure of home. Keep mulch beds to a minimum of 2 inches in depth. Contact the professionals at Mrs. Bzzz Pest And Termite Solutions.
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