Spiders don’t seek out human interaction. They like to hide in dark corners where no one ever goes. And only a few have bites that are harmful to humans and even then, they only bite when they are in forced contact with your skin, such as being trapped under items being moved. They mostly hang out in your attic but may be driven into your living spaces, where it is cooler, by excessively hot days.
Although many spiders look the same at first glance, the Pacific Northwest is home to dozens of different spider species.
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The backbone of our spider treatment process is Integrated Pest Management. That means that we look at the bigger picture of your property and design a custom plan to address the specific conditions we find that influence infestation. The products we do use are environmentally safe, organic, and low-impact to protect you and your family.
Unlike our competition, we recognize that spider control is essential to our customers—which is why we include it as part of our pest control services. So not only do we treat for spiders, but we eliminate the bugs that spiders like to feast on, giving them less of a reason to invade your home.
When your trust our knowledgeable spider exterminators, they will:
Even though spiders are most often found in your home during cooler months, they can enter any time of year. Our spider treatments at Eastside Exterminators are effective, however, there are ways you can make your home less inviting to them.
A few steps that you can take for increased spider control include:
Our vision is to have families protecting families. Everything we do is with that in mind. We offer a professional warranty program for guaranteed satisfaction with our services. All of our technicians are licensed pest control operators and we are members of several leading Pest Control associations within the community. Our extensive experience and training allow us to support you with the best pest and spider control using cutting-edge techniques and processes.