It’s winter and that means that lots of little critters are looking for warm places to stay. The problem with that, though, is that most of those little critters happen to be bugs, rats, and mice- pests that you don’t want to spend the season with. Some of those critters are even humanity’s most feared arachnids- the dreaded spider infestation. So how do you ensure that these eight-legged beasties aren’t getting into your home this winter?

Spotting A Spider

Spiders come in all shapes and sizes. Some are common, nonvenomous, and may even be useful to keep in your garden. Orb weavers, common jumping spiders- those are the kind of things that, while annoying, don’t necessarily need to call in spider pest control service. However, some infestations can be more dangerous, though, like the huntsman spider, the black widow, or even the Arizona brown spider. These are potentially deadly and do require the best spider control services to deal with.

Spider Prevention

Preventing a spider infestation is simple enough. Make sure to seal up all cracks or holes in your doors, windows, and siding before the weather turns colder. Trim down your shrubbery and flower beds to make sure that nothing is nesting in them, and keep all plant life about six inches away from your foundation. Regularly dust around the house, so that spider webs don’t build up in the dark corners. If there seem to be a strange amount of spiders around your home, make sure that there are no webs or nests in your vents, too.

How To Control Spiders


Spider infestations can be deadly if left unchecked, so your best bet for spider control is always to call the professionals. With CAPE Pest Control, spider removal will be both faster than if you tried to deal with it yourself, and it will be safer. Our professionals know exactly how to deal with your situation, and how to do it with the least amount of risk to you, your loved ones, and your property. 



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