Spiders May Be More Than Messy
We’ve all seen the campy horror movies with the creepy spider webs and the creepier music. And we’ve all dusted the cobwebs from light fixtures and corners in our homes. But having a real spider infestation can be more than just a nuisance—it can be potentially deadly.
Spiders are close relatives of other scary insects such as mites, ticks and scorpions, and belong in the group referred to as arachnids. Most spiders are identified by size, color, markings on the body and the number (usually six or eight) and arrangement of eyes.
Many people have a fear of spider bites, with good reason; they may be painful and cause serious infections. Young children, the elderly and hypersensitive individuals are more likely to react more strongly to a spider bite, especially if it is from one of the two deadliest spiders found in the state, the black widow and the brown recluse.
While spiders serve a useful purpose outside by controlling other insects, having a spider infestation in your home or commercial space can be unnerving at the least and dangerous at the worst.
Raleigh and Cary, NC Spider Control from The Neuse
If you have a spider infestation, call the experts at Neuse Termite and Pest Control. Our 140 years of combined experience will work for you to find, eliminate and prevent spiders in your home or commercial space. You’ll get your space back and have the confidence to open cabinet doors and move garage items without the worry of encountering spiders or being bitten.
To learn more about different spiders and what may be done about them, contact us at (919) 553-9888 for more information and to request a free, no-obligation price quote. We’ll find the right residential pest control plan or commercial pest control plan that fits your needs and budget. Call now!
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