Posted July 18, 2020
For many people, seeing a spider causes a pang of fear, and who can blame them? Eight legged, eight-eyed, furry creatures are not a pleasant sight in anyone’s house.
Here are a few helpful tips you can use to help make your home less appealing to spiders as well as what you can do to keep them away for good.
Not all spiders create webs, but those that do are much lazier than people might think. Once their web is taken down, many spiders will give up searching for insects in that particular area and move elsewhere.
Look for places around your home where spiders commonly like to stay.
Spider-friendly, Low-traffic areas in the home:
The main thing that spiders have on their minds is food, and bugs, beetles, moths, flies, insects, and sometimes other spiders are on the menu.
At night, outdoor lights attract all sorts of insects, from mosquitoes to moths, beetles, and other nocturnal insects. The more insects that gather in one place, such as a porch light, the spiders are sure to follow.
Turn off all the lights at night, and the insects and spiders are sure to calm down.
Even the most sanitary house can still have a problem with pests like ants, moths, or beetles, which are just some of the many insects that spiders are willing to eat.
Vacuuming often will help reduce the tiny crumbs that insects eat. If there aren’t any insects around, spiders will leave in search of food.
Consider purchasing an automatic vacuum system that can run at night so that you’re covered during all hours.
Fox Pest Control is the most efficient pest control method, not only for spiders, but for other pests as well. If you have spiders inside or outside your house, you are sure to have insects and other pests nearby.
The powerful pest control solutions Fox uses, which include Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques, get rid of the spiders while making your home safer, more comfortable, and pest-free.
Our Pest Pros are some of the best people to work with. We ensure each one has the proper training to do the job, and each one is rigorously vetted through the Fox Process to make sure you can trust them in your home.
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