We’ve been responding to an un-countable amount of phone calls recently involving Irving spiders. These calls are due to an unbelievable amount of different reasons, all of which our techs can handle with ease and are more than happy to assist you with the job.
Some people simply hate all spiders and don’t like to see them in their homes. If you happen to be one of these people, please give us a call today; leave it to us to remove and eliminate the spiders from your property and ensure that they won’t want to return. To do this, we must first eliminate the spiders currently taking over your property, along with any other type of bugs that have decided to claim your property as home. Spiders tend to live where they have a sufficient number of food sources, such as different kinds of bugs, to live off. Making sure to remove all present bugs, as well as the spiders, will ensure that the spiders do not have a food source causing them to keep searching for a new home.
There are also the people that don’t seem to mind spiders here and there on their property but they also know when to take immediate action if they happen to come across one of Irving’s poisonous spiders. There are two different types of well-known species of poisonous spiders here in Irving: the black widow and the brown recluse.
Brown Recluse Removal & Extermination
The Brown Recluse that you find here in Irving, Texas isn’t very big in size at all; typically averaging around 1/2 of an inch up to 3/4 of an inch. Brown Recluses are a brilliant color of golden-brown and possess a black line on their backs. This black line has been said to be in the shape of a violin and the brown recluse has these nicknames because of this shape; the fiddle-back spider, the brown fiddler and even the violin spider. A Brown Recluse web appears in such a manner that their web results in looking as if the spider has just made a complete mess. A Brown Recluse’s web appears in a way that it seems the spider has spun together random threads into one huge mess. Some common hiding places that our spider control Irving professionals have discovered these webs in Irving have been places such as piles of wood, inside of sheds, the basements, garages and even in some closets.
Black Widow Removal & Extermination
There are three different types of widow species found here in Irving, Texas; the Brown Widow, the Western Black Widow and the Northern Black Widow. Now, keep in mind that the Black Widow is quite common and extremely poisonous. Many people are very aware of what a Black Widow looks like, because it has one of the most unique and distinct patterns. The body of a Black Widow is a shiny black color and contains a bright red hour glass placed in the middle of the top side of the belly. When you know you you will be or there is a good chance that you will be coming into close contact with a potentially poisonous spider, or any spider at that, you should always make sure to wear some type of protective gloves to prevent a spider bite.
If you are beginning to notice spiders in or on your property, it is time for you to grab your phone and give our spider control Irving professionals a call immediately to prevent an invasion or even worse, getting bit. We know that eliminating spiders that you have found in your home simply takes a few seconds when you use the closest shoe that you can find, but that isn’t always the best solution. Unfortunately, that definitely does not eliminate the spiders that you have yet to discover, because where there is one spider there is definitely more. Our spider control Irving specialists are waiting and are more than happy to assess your property and pin point the spiders that are hiding among the many places on your property. Our techs will make sure to remove the current spiders entirely and make sure that you won’t have this problem in the future.
If you are experiencing any types of problems with spiders or just have a few concerns or questions that you want to have addressed, pick up the phone and give our spider control Irving professionals a right at (972) 445-7245 today; we are happy to help and assist!