Cob Webs Do Not Just Appear
by mimivanderhaven.com on 04/14/2011 - 10:04 am
Category: Health & Beauty
The Wrong Side of the Screen with Bug Man
Getting the spiders under control in your home begins on the outside with a good exterior whole house power spray. Once this is done, it is time to begin working the spiders out of the inside. The removal of spiders from the inside of a home is a process that takes days, weeks, or months to accomplish, depending on the size of the population. But the process is simple.
Spiders live in areas of the home where they are protected, can find food easily, and can reproduce undisturbed. The areas they frequent include the voids in the structure of the house, under or behind furniture and beds, and inside light fixtures and lamps.
Because access to some of these areas is limited, we have to wait for them to move out to accessible areas. When they do, a good interior control plan is key.
Since there are many species of spiders that may find it attractive to live indoors, we must be ready to control them from the foundation to the roof, both indoors and out. One of the more common spiders is the Wolf Spider, which always get your attention because of their size. They’re big.
If you are not sure about what kind of spiders you have call a professional.
Cobwebs are not just dust strands. They are spider webs that have collected dust. If your home has cobwebs, you have spiders. Once you have had your home treated for spiders, you will notice a reduction in cobwebs over time. If you have your home on a regular pest control program such as the 365 Protection Plan that we offer, cobwebs will become a distant memory.