How To Get Rid Of Spiders - Conroe TX
How To Get Rid Of Spiders - Conroe TX
Throughout the United States, finding spiders in or near the perimeter of your home is common in climates that are hot and humid. Fortunately, most of these spiders pose little to no risk to us. But, bites from some types of spiders can be dangerous to adults and children. If bitten by a spider one should seek medical attention as soon as possible. Four of the more dangerous types of spiders are listed below. Homeowners with spider infestations should contact a pest control company like CPL Pest Control for a home inspection and estimate for spider control.
While many different types of spiders will attempt to call your Conroe, Spring or The Woodlands house home, there are 3 specific spiders that may become more threatening to you and your family. The following 4 spiders are venomous and must be handled by professionals like CPL Pest Control to learn more about preventing spiders, and how a professional might deter spiders or repel spiders from entering your home.
The top 4 most potentially harmful spiders are the Brown Recluse, Black Widow and Hobo spiders.
Wolf Spider Facts
With their incredible vision and speed, wolf spiders hunt down and quickly capture prey. Easily recognizable as large hairy spiders having two large and six small eyes on their head. Wolf spiders burrow into the ground to nest, and raise their young. This type of spider is nocturnal hunting for food during the night. Homeowners in Conroe TX may see wolf spider nests in their yards concealed by tiny pebbles, leaf litter or sticks. More often than not, people are bitten on their feet or legs during evening hours. Bites from wolf spiders may cause itching, swelling and pain near the site.
Brown Recluse Spider Facts
Brown Recluse Spiders can range in color from gray to dark brown or perhaps appear tan or cream-like. They will have three pairs of eyes. With a lighter colored violin shaped marking, brown recluse spiders are often called fiddleback spiders. This type of spider spins an oddly shaped web in cellars, garages, closets and other locations inside homes. The bite of a brown recluse spider can cause blood cell bursting, organ damage, rashes and gangrene. The elderly, young and anyone with immunity complications could possibly die from a brown recluse spider bite. The best defense against brown recluse spider infestations is routine treatment from a reputable pest control company. First the professionals must eliminate any and all recluses found inside the home then use treatment methods to prevent any more from coming in.
Black Widow Spider Facts
Black Widow Spiders are easily identified by their red hourglass shaped marking on their abdomens. This type of spider’s is usually black but, can range in color from black to a graphite color or dark grey. The hourglass markings may also vary from a bright red to orangish. The black widow spider’s venom is especially dangerous for children and the elderly. There is a rule one may follow with these spiders. They typically seek out dark areas and black surfaces to hide, mate, and care for their young.
Hobo Spider Facts
To be safe and live free of this type of spider you should inspect your home for webs in funnel shapes. Hobo spiders make thick webs designed to lure insects into because Hobo spiders have poor eyesight. As with all spiders, this particular species becomes very aggressive when feeling threatened. In threat or fear of an attack, hobo spiders can and will inflict a painful bite that can lead to gangrene. Symptoms of a hobo spiders bite may include tiredness, fuzzy vision and painful headaches.
Conroe Spider Control Experts
Conroe, Spring and The Woodlands residents don't have many spiders to be overly concerned about. Always remember that spiders are only aggressive when provoked or swatted at. And, if you have them in your home there exists a potential threat of being bitten. Depending on the type of spider in your home, a bite reaction will vary. Keep in mind also that children and elderly individuals have an increased risks from spider bites. If you find any type of spiders in your home or suspect an infestation, it’s best to contact CPL Pest COntrol immediately as we are the Conroe TX spider experts.