Pest Control: Spiders

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Pest-Tech carry out spider removal treatments to rid your home of spiders. They get lots of bad press and even more so because over the last few years, awareness of the False Widow hit headlines.

However most British spiders found in UK homes are harmless to humans, a fear of spiders can be crippling. If you have arachnophobia, we'll be happy to provide spider removal services for your home. Pest control for spiders may seem strange to some but we know it can make all the difference.

What You Need to Know About Spiders

Different Species. There are around 650 different types of spider in the UK. As well as having eight legs, most spiders have eight eyes too.

The False Widow. Most spiders make silk which they use to create their spider webs and capture their prey for eating. In the UK all but a few spiders are harmless to humans and some people can have different levels of reaction to the False Widow.

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Most spider infestations occur during the autumn and winter months, when it is too cold for them outside this is also when adult spiders are fully grown and looking for a mate. The most common British spiders you are likely to see in the home or office are as follows: 

Daddy Long Legs.

False Widow Spider.

Giant House Spider.

Lace Web Spider.

Cardinal Spider.

Money Spider.

Orb Weber Spider.

If you have a spider infestation or struggle with dealing with spiders, then we are here to help and will assist you in dealing with the situation. It is common to have these fears, but we can carry out spider removal treatments to help you with this problem. Weather its spraying a loft space, conservatory or a workshop to name but a few we can help to make your environment less of a worry. We also carry out crack and crevice treatments for the outside of your property or garden furniture.

The most obvious sign that you have a spider infestation in your home or office is the occurrence or build-up of spider webs. You should clear away webs regularly using a duster or a hoover, both to prevent spider activity and so you can see when new webs occur. One or two webs don’t necessarily suggest a huge spider infestation, but if you see lots of webs, then you should consider contacting us if you need help.

Due to the chemicals we use, we can’t treat green garden areas, trees and bushes as the chemical would affect all wildlife if this is your issue then we will need to give you further advice but we must ensure all treatments are delivered following all laws and legislation. If you would like a spider treatment, then give us a call and we can arrange an appointment.

If you would like to discuss a spider removal treatment then you can contact us at any time to arrange a treatment

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