Jesse James Pest Control will help you evict spiders in Fairfax with effective spider extermination. Don’t share your home or business with unwanted eight-legged roommates. They can be more than a nuisance. Some Virginia arachnids, like the brown recluse and the black widow, have venomous bites that can cause pain and even health complications. With over 10 years of experience in professional wildlife and pest control service, we know how to get rid of these pests in your house and yard.
Even if the spider aren’t the venomous kind, that doesn’t mean you need to share your house, garage or attic with them. Effective spider removal requires both extermination and prevention. Along with getting rid of existing bugs, we will give you pointers on how to keep them from coming back. Simple changes in your home and yard will make your living space less inviting for these unwanted guests. Regularly vacuuming in closets, under beds and in other normally dark, quiet areas is one such step. Branches can act as bridges straight into your house. By keeping trees and shrubs trimmed away from your home, you eliminate a path inside.
Did you know that cardboard attracts the brown recluse? By using plastic tubs instead of cardboard boxes for storage, you can make your attic or shed less attractive. To avoid potential bites, always wear gloves when working on your wood pile or moving items in your outbuilding. While they are not usually aggressive, spiders can bite if they are startled or feel threatened.