Bye-Bye Brown Recluse!
If you’ve found brown recluse spiders in your home, contact All-American Pest Control for relief. We’ve battled this venomous spider in many homes throughout Middle Tennessee and though effective treatment for these reclusive spiders takes time and effort, our customers appreciate a thorough evaluation and a strategy that gets the desired results – a home free of brown recluse spiders!
What to expect
When you contact All-American Pest Control for help getting rid of brown recluse spiders, you can expect a trained and friendly professional who will place monitoring devices and look for conditions that are conducive to these spiders (also known as fiddlebacks and violin spiders), and potential inaccessible areas and hiding spots for them. Based on our findings, we’ll develop a strategy to resolve your spider problem.
Most brown recluse spider control applications include:
A thorough treatment of the crawlspace and/or basement areas as well as the attic if applicable.
Interior application at the base of closets, around furniture, behind bed frames and other spider resting spots
Treatments to wall voids and other inaccessible areas
Exterior application to perimeter and cracks and crevices
Exterior spider web removal
If you think you have brown recluse spiders in your Middle Tennessee home, connect with us today. Call (615) 338-6170 or schedule your free home evaluation. We’re confident you’ll be happy with the results!
Are brown recluse spider bites dangerous?
Brown recluse spider bites have the potential to be dangerous. If you've been bitten by one of these venomous spiders you may not notice it right away. Within a couple of hours you could see redness and blistering around the site. Other symptoms of a brown recluse bite include fever, nausea, vomiting, headache, joint pain or stiffness and convulsions. Seek medical care if you think you've been bitten by a venomous spider or if you are not sure what type of spider it was.