Protecting Your Orange County Property From Spiders
No matter how much you don’t want spiders getting into your house, at some point or other you’ve probably found one. Whether it was a tiny house spider crawling across your ceiling, a cellar spider with its long, thin legs making its way across a box in your basement, or a frightening black widow spider hiding in a pile of firewood on your property, spiders are present and active in Orange County.
It’s tempting to think that you just have to deal with having spiders in and around your house or business. After all, they seem to be able to find their way into any structure, and they thrive in our Orange County climate. Although finding a spider in your home or business every now and then is not necessarily a reason to be concerned, if you start finding spiders frequently, or if you find spiders that you think might be dangerous, you’ll want to take action by finding spider control near you.
The PEST Group provides pest control services in Orange County to protect your home or business from spiders of all kinds. You don’t have to live your life in fear of dangerous spiders or in a constant battle with nuisance spiders. Our spider control services are delivered by highly-trained and experienced professionals who are committed to meeting your pest control needs.
Our Spider Control Service
One of the reasons to choose professional spider control services for your Orange County home or business is because there are many common spiders in California. It’s not your job to know what those spiders are, but it is the job of the experts at The PEST Group. We will identify the types of spiders on your property prior to developing your spider control treatment plan. Not only does this allow us to determine the best treatment option for your property, but it also allows us to determine if dangerous venomous spiders are active on your property.
In order to identify the spider species that are active around your home or business, we’ll start by inspecting your property. We’ll look for spiders, but we won’t stop there. We’ll also look for the conditions that might be attracting them and the entry points they might be using to access the interior of your structure. Once we have all of this information, we’ll be able to develop a spider control treatment plan that takes care of your spider problem.
The best way to get rid of spiders is with a comprehensive and customized treatment plan from The PEST Group. With hundreds of years of combined leadership experience in the pest control industry, we stand behind our services and back them with a 100% pest-free guarantee. If your spider problem isn’t fully taken care of, we’ll come back to make sure the issue is resolved. Your satisfaction is our greatest priority.
Let The PEST Group Solve Your Spider Problem
If spiders are causing problems around your home or business, you want solutions that work and that are long-lasting. The PEST Group will eliminate your active spider infestation, and we’ll also provide you with recommendations about things you can do to prevent spiders in the future. In combination with ongoing pest control treatments, the best way to keep spiders away from your home is to remove the conditions around your property that might be attracting them.
The following suggestions can help you protect your home from future spider problems.
Seal all openings into your house or business, including small cracks and crevices, gaps around your doors and windows, and holes in screens.
Add weatherstripping to your exterior doors.
Replace white outdoor lights with yellow bug lights, or keep your lights off after dark.
Place mesh screens over vent openings.
Keep your grass and landscaping elements, like bushes and shrubs, trimmed.
Cut back tree branches and other foliage that touches the sides or roof of your house or commercial facility.
Reduce moisture in and around your house or business by using dehumidifiers, fixing leaking pipes and fixtures, and ensuring proper drainage in your yard.
Store firewood at least 20 feet away from exterior walls.
Reduce indoor clutter to eliminate hiding spots.
Make sure you don’t have any other pest problems that might be attracting spiders as a food source.
Sweep up or remove spider webs you find in and around your house or commercial property.
When you take steps to make your property unattractive to spiders, you will find that these eight-legged pests become much less of an issue around your Orange County home or business. If you do start to see more spiders than you should on your property, we can help. We will take care of your spider problem quickly and thoroughly. Reach out to us today at The PEST Group to learn more about our residential and commercial pest control services in Orange County. We look forward to serving you.