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Fighting Spiders

Everyone finds a spider in their home from time to time, but many people would rather lose them than have them around. People find the critters scary, dirty or experience nuisance from the cobwebs. Arachnophobia (an extreme fear of spiders) is one of the most common fears in people.
Although a large group of people fear spiders to varying degrees, most species are harmless. Spiders are even useful: they catch annoying insects such as flies and mosquitoes. There are some 35,000 spider species worldwide, only a handful of which also attack and bite. However, these are not found in the U. We are talking about notorious species such as the black widow, the Australian redback spider and the brown recluse.
The average spiders in Dutch homes are completely harmless, so fighting spiders is not always a necessity. However, if you notice abnormally large numbers of spiders in your home, then control is necessary. Don’t let a spider infestation get out of hand!

Spider infestation? These are the main symptoms:

You may notice spider nuisance especially in the fall, both indoors and outdoors. This is when the critters are more active, as the adult males search for a female to mate with. In homes, they are primarily an annoyance, but in businesses, a spider infestation can actually cause damage. Spider control is important in businesses, in part because they can contaminate sterile areas and food. In addition, a business full of spiders has an unsanitary appearance, which can affect your reputation with customers and employees.

Where do spiders come from?

Most spiders like warm, dark and narrow spaces, so they migrate into our homes in droves. Cracks in walls or floors, dark corners and vents are perfect places for them. Some species, however, prefer to stay outside and weave their web in a gazebo, in trees or near outdoor lights.

Spiders like to hide:

  • in dark corners
  • behind closets and paintings
  • in the attic and basement
  • behind loose baseboards
  • on and around garbage bags
  • in drainage pipes
  • under the eaves
  • in bushes and tall grass
  • around lights

What not to do

Don’t put off fighting spiders for too long! After all, before you know it, the spider infestation has become too big for you to handle on your own. Also, don’t recklessly start using all kinds of poisons that can be potentially dangerous to children or pets.

What can you do?

Where there are insects, there are also spiders. They prefer to weave their webs in places where many insects are present, i.e. near windows or lights. Therefore, keep these places insect-free as much as possible and remove the webs regularly. Fighting spiders is easier if your home or business is no longer attractive to them!

How can you prevent spiders?

Vacuum your home or business regularly, paying particular attention to dark and inconspicuous places, such as behind cabinets or paintings and under furniture. Look for cracks and holes in walls, floors and under doors so that spiders can’t get in or hide as easily.
In addition, it is smart to put screens in front of your windows to keep out both spiders and other insects.

Fighting spiders? Follow these 5 tips:

  1. Make sure to regularly clean all dark corners and hidden cracks of your home or business and consistently remove any spider webs.
  2. Fill all holes and cracks in and around your home or business. This will make it less easy for spiders to hide, but will also keep them from entering the building.
  3. Capture the spiders: with glass and paper or with a special spider trap.
  4. Remove all garden debris, such as dead leaves and grass clumps. Remove weeds and keep the grass short to make the garden less attractive to spiders. Also check the bushes right next to your home or business: chances are the critters are coming from there.
  5. Spiders reproduce at lightning speed, so nests should be removed. Nests look like little balls made of white cobwebs. In them are hidden dozens of tiny spiders. Effective spider control is possible only if they are removed in time.

Let the spiders be controlled by a professional

It is not advisable to remove spider nests yourself, especially in case of a real infestation. Before you know it, half of the small spiders escape and are throughout your home or business. Call in an expert to professionally remove the nests.
Spider control can be done on a small scale with readily available sprays or do-it-yourself remedies, but this only gives temporary results. If you are really suffering from a spider infestation, don’t let it get out of hand until your home is crawling with spiders. Contact professionals early and always have spider control performed by a pest control professional.

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