Pest Control for Spiders

Spider Control In Greater Charlotte Area

Despite popular belief, most spiders are harmless. But that doesn’t mean they’re not a nuisance. Two venomous spiders in NC are the black widow and brown recluse. Black widows have black bodies and a reddish hourglass on their abdomen. The brown recluse is a brown spider with a violin-like marking near its head. Seeing these two is a reason to call us. We offer spider control in Concord, Harrisburg, Albemarle, Norwood, Kannapolis, Locust, Monroe, Matthews, Charlotte, and the surrounding areas.

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Treating Spider Infestations

You probably won’t see spiders in your home during the day since they are nocturnal creatures. However, the presence of webs is the most obvious indication of spider activity or even an infestation.

If you suspect that a venomous species has invaded your home, use extreme caution when placing your hands in dark spaces such as closets and corners of cabinets. Seek professional extermination immediately to reduce the risk of spider bites. We will be able to safely get into these dark corners to eliminate your spider problem for you. That way you can keep your family safe from spider bites without risking your own health.

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Our team is passionate about providing quick, efficient pest solutions. We have proudly provided pest control services in the greater Charlotte area for over 40 years, and we hope to serve you next! Check your zip code to see if we serve your city.

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How to Prevent Spiders in Your Home

Clean Up Clutter

Spiders are often shy creatures and like to hide. Picking up clutter gives them fewer places to hide.

Spider Repellents

Spiders hate the smell of citrus, vinegar, and mint. Keeping these smells around will deter them.

Check Indoor Plants

Indoor plants make great hiding spots for spiders. Regularly check your plants for spiders or webs.

Consider a Cat

If you want a new furry friend, cats make great spider hunters and prevent them in your home.