Common house spider
Spiders are the number one most feared insect when it comes to pests. When you have problems with too many spiders in your home, it’s time to call Ford’s Hometown Services. There are many types of spiders, so you never know what you may discover lurking in the dark spaces in your home. Let our pest control professionals help you take back your home from spiders today!
Tens of thousands of spider species have been identified throughout the world. Spiders, also known as arachnids, have eight legs and three or four pairs of eyes. Although many spiders are completely harmless, there are some types of spiders that can land you in the hospital if you get bitten. If you see any spiders in your home, make sure to identify them right away and call the professional exterminators here at Ford’s Hometown Services if you need help with identification and elimination.
There are many strategies when it comes to spider extermination. If you see a lot of other insects around your home, this may prompt spiders to move in, as they eat other insects. Many spiders can be found near light sources, where they can eat the flying insects that are drawn to the light. So reducing the presence of other insects in your home can actually reduce your spider problem. We can help you with that as well!
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