3 FAQs When It Comes to Long Island Spider Control

3 FAQs When It Comes to Long Island Spider Control

arrowadmin | Posted on July 21, 2017

spider in its webWhether you’re afraid of spiders or you just don’t like them, you probably don’t want them in your home. Not only are spiders creepy, some of them are poisonous. If you suspect you have spiders in your home and don’t know what to do about it, here are some common questions you might have and how our pest management services can help.

1. How Can I Tell If There Are Spiders In My Home?

Maybe you suspect you have spiders in your home but you haven’t actually seen one. Here are some things that indicate you have spiders:

  • There are webs in the corners of your home
  • Egg sacs are found in the corners or secluded areas
  • You have painful bites on your feet and toes

If you notice any of these signs, you probably have spiders creeping around in your home.

2. Should I Try To Get Rid of Spiders Myself?

Once you realize you have spiders in your home, you may be tempted to get rid of them yourself. This is not always wise, however, as getting rid of spiders might require the use of high-tech equipment. A professional exterminating company can also inspect your property first which will help find the most effective method of getting rid of spiders. Professional exterminators also have extensive training that enable them to identify different types of spiders so they know how to get rid of them.

3. What If I Don’t Do Anything About the Spiders?

If you think the spiders are going to leave your home on their own, think again. This is especially true as the weather turns colder and they’ll be looking for a warm place to hunker down. If you want to avoid getting spider bites, or you don’t want their cobwebs hanging around, it’s best to call a professional to get rid of them.

If you would like more information about Long Island spider control, feel free to contact Arrow Exterminating. We have been providing professional pest control in Long Island since 1947.

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