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Jacksonville, NC 28546 | (252) 523 8255

Spider Control

Spider Control - Pest Control Jacksonville, NC

Affordable effective spider control for your home.

There are 39 common spiders found in Jacksonville, North Carolina, and more than 3,700 species of spiders in North America. Spiders play an important role in nature, keeping other insect populations in check. In fact, an exterior spider infestation around your home is an indication of a larger insect population infesting the area.

Spider Feeding Habits 

Most spiders are predators, using poison venom to paralyze and eventually kill their prey.  Active hunters may have cracks & crevices they return to on a regular basis, but these spiders are extremely mobile as they search for prey.  Passive hunters, on the other hand, sit and wait for the prey to come to them – these are the large web spiders.

Active Hunters: Wolf spiders, Ground spiders, Jumping spiders

Passive Hunters: Common house Spider, Crab spider, Recluse spider, Black widow Spider, Orb-weaver, Cobweb weavers, Cellar spider.

D & D Pest Control Co – Spider Control Treatment Strategy:

We will Pre-treatment and remove all visible spider webbing around the exterior of your home. During this removal, webbing material, eggs, and young spiders are also removed. By removing webs on the exterior, the future activity can be easily identified and control measures can be applied to these areas.

Our integrated pest management treatment is a long-term spider control strategy that targets the pillars of life: Food, shelter, and water. Targeting a spider’s food source around the exterior of your home helps in the rapid reduction of the spider population.  Web removal and crack and crevice treatments attack the spider’s shelter source.

Spider Control Tips & Help: reduce conducive conditions

  • Reduce the clutter in basements, garages, and attics.
  • Install tight-fitting window screens and door sweeps to prevent insect intrusion.
  • Change exterior lights to LED or sodium vapor light bulbs to prevent phototaxis of insects.
  • Cut back vegetation to weed-eat tall grass around the exterior foundation.
  • Store firewood and building material and debris away from the exterior foundation.

Common spider hiding places:

Interior of home or business

  • Corners or walls and floors
  • Behind and under furniture
  • Ceiling corners
  • Closets
  • Around windows & doors
  • Behind toilets
  • Interior garages, crawlspace, and attics

The exterior of home or business

  • ​Around gutters
  • Under decks
  • Corners of chimneys
  • At door entryways near lights
  • At windows and behind shutters
  • In and around debris like firewood
  • Within thick grass cover next to the foundation
  • Sheds and child playsets
  • Around construction debris

Tags: Black widow, Brown recluse, Wolf Spider, Hobo Spider, Yellow Garden Spider, Grass Spider, Longlegged Spider, Common house Spider, Funnel weaver Spider.