Spiders in Tennessee

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Spiders in Tennessee, for whatever reason, they tend to get a lot more populace. You'll see them in the bushes, all along the perimeter.

Every bush you go around, it looks like it's been frosted for Christmas. Every morning you come out of your front door there's that one web that gets you right in the face that you don't see.

They are, for the most part, not venomous, spiders around the home, but nobody likes spiders. I don't. Too many eyeballs.

You're going to see a lot of spiders and you're probably going to see spiders wanting to get inside the home as the temperature is going to start changing where you might have been seeing them outside you can still see them in your landscaping and things like that. Lots of spider webs. You might start to see them more, like in garages or trying to come inside your home as this season is going to change over.

There are a couple things you can do to help alleviate that. One thing would be to make sure if you have outdoor lights around the outside of your house you're

shutting them off at night or they're on a sensor so that they're not just on all the time. That's going to attract flying insects and that in turn is going to attract spiders.

All American can help in the fall and all year round with our perimeter pest control service that includes misting. You really want to have the misting service that's going to treat the shrubbery that's around your home. It's going to treat the tree canopies in close proximity and underneath any deck area that you may have.

That's the areas where those pests like to live and hang out.

If you're currently battling a pest problem or just want to prevent one in the future give us a call today for a free home evaluation. We'll take care of your pest and we'll take care of your family.

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