Alright, so you have found a big ole’ scary spider in your home and now you are thinking is this monster dangerous? Are there more and what am I going to do? Could this be one of those brown recluse spiders?
At All-American Pest Control we have seen our fair share of spiders. Our team is highly trained to deal with all sorts of different kinds of spiders and different levels of infestation. We can identify what kind of spider is in your home, how large of an infestation you might have, where it is coming from and how to help you eliminate these pests from you home for good.
Let’s start by helping you identify if you are dealing with a brown recluse spiders. Brown recluse spiders are light to dark brown in color with a violin marking on their back. They have eight legs and are about half an inch to a quarter inch long. They can be found in the south and central Midwest area of the United States. So maybe you are not in the mood to get too close to the spider in your home and check out its violin pattern. There are other ways to determine if this could be a brown recluse in your home.
Brown Recluse Spiders are nocturnal and spin irregular webs. They use their webs as a retreat and not to catch prey. They can be found in any undisturbed area like attics, boxes, basements, crevices, and under furniture.
If you think that you are dealing with a brown recluse spider, than it is good to keep in mind that they are considered poisonous spiders. They do not bite humans randomly, they only bite in defense. Their bites are usually not felt but leave a painful stinging blister mark on your skin. It can also cause restlessness, fever and difficulty sleeping. Consult a doctor if you think that you may have been bitten by one.
The best way to deal with and control a spider infestation of any kind is with a professional pest control team that can help you eliminate the problem. At All-American Pest Control we can help you do just that. We work with you to assess the problem and eliminate spiders in your home for good. Your home is your refuge, and we want you to feel safe and comfortable there. Our team is here to serve you. Contact us today and let us get start making your home spider free for you and your loved ones.