Tips for Spider Control in the Home or Office

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Do you shudder when you find a spider crawling across the floor or walls in your home or office? These bugs can be frustrating to deal with, and certain types of spiders might even be dangerous to the health of your family.

If you have house spiders, then there are a few things that you can do to eliminate the pests and rest easy in your living space:

Clean the HouseTips for Spider Control

A lot of clutter and garbage in the house can attract insects and rodents because the clutter creates a space where they can build nests. When the nests are built, the problems get worse because the pests are reproducing. By cleaning up the clutter and reducing unneeded items on the floors and in storage spaces, you can reduce the likelihood of nests in your home.

Get Rid of Other Bugs

Spiders are attracted to certain areas because of the food sources that are present. They catch other bugs in their webs, so the webs will be built in a place where other bugs are moving about. If you are working on spider control for your home, it is important to know that you are focusing on overall pest control to eliminate the food sources.

Place Glue Traps in Strategic Areas

Is there a certain area where you have seen a lot of spiders in your home? Put down sticky traps that will capture the spiders. Reducing the population is helpful to eliminate the infestation. These traps are designed to be placed near the baseboards. When the spider walks into the trap, it will get stuck on the sticky surface.

Call a Professional Pest Control Expert

The best thing that you can do is talk with a pest control expert. Certain products can be used on the foundation of your home and on the baseboards which will kill the spiders and prevent them from returning. For ongoing results, you might consider scheduling these pest control services twice a year.

For more details about removing pests from your home or yard, give us a call Mathews Termite and Pest Service at (951) 751-0885.