Many Bay Area homeowners worry about spiders. While many species of spiders are harmless, some are venomous and can pose a hazard to you and your family. Some of the most common spiders found in Bay Area homes include:
Generally, spiders feed on other insects but they can also bite humans when agitated. This can cause discomfort, allergic reactions, and — in many cases — a fear of spiders. While most spiders found in Northern California homes are not dangerous, they are generally considered to be pests. That’s where We Care Pest Solutions comes in!
Many people become aware that they are sharing their home with spiders when they begin to notice webs in various places. There are thousands of different species of spiders, and the size and shape of their webs vary.
Spiders can enter your home through loose screens and cracks under doors, windows, and other openings. They may see your indoor space as the source of food, mates, moisture or warmth. Once inside, spiders quickly set up shop, build webs and, for females, begin laying eggs that can quickly hatch into hundreds of baby spiders. You might notice silken egg sacs affixed in corners, on walls, within webs, or other places. This is a sign that more spiders will soon be on their way.
If you have noticed spiders, webs, or egg sacs around your home, or are suffering from spider bites, it might be time to call in the professionals to help prevent or eliminate a spider infestation. Because every home and situation is different, our team will craft a pest control solution just for you.
Our spider extermination technicians will assess the situation and make recommendations for treatment that is safe for people, pets, and non-targeted organisms. Are you ready to tackle your pest problem? Fill out the form below and we’ll contact you for a free spider control consultation.
We Care is committed to the safety of our customers and their families, which is why we use integrated pest management techniques and least toxic products and methods whenever possible. We work to effectively eliminate pests while minimizing risks to children, pets and the environment.