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Wisconsin Spider Removal


Have you noticed a number of spider webs in your home? Afraid that the spiders in your home may be poisonous? These scary looking insects may pose a threat to your family and could be attracted to your home by other insects as their food source. Contact our team at Pest 2 Rest to have us do a full inspection of your home for spiders.

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Milwaukee Wisconsin Spider Removal
Spider Removal

Spider Removal Treatment


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About Spiders

What Are They & How To Identify

All spiders have two main body sections: the abdomen and the cephalothorax. Each spider also possesses eight legs, which protrude from the body. Additionally, all spiders have mouthparts; chelicerae, or pincer-like appendages; eight eyes, which are arranged in various ways that can be used as a means of family identification; fangs and venom glands; and spinnerets, which are the silk-spinning organs of spiders.

While spiders actually do more good than harm, some species are venomous, though most lack strong enough “jaws” to puncture the layers of human skin necessary to cause serious damage.

Spider infestations are very common in Wisconsin, especially during winter. As the colder months approach, spiders seek refuge in warm, dark places. Hiding in basements, HVAC duct work, closets and bed sheets. When warmer weather returns, spiders become more active, venturing out into living spaces and outdoors in search of food.

How To Tell If You Have Spiders

Spider Webs: One of the most surefire ways of telling if you have a spider infestation in your residence or commercial space is if you notice an abundance of webs in or around your property.

Excess of Flying Insects: Have you noticed a lot of flies, mosquitoes, moths and other small flying insects around your home? These little critters could draw spiders to your property because they are a great source of food for predatory spiders.

Egg Sacs: Most types of spiders lay hundreds of eggs at once, all wrapped up in a silk ball. If you spot egg sacs in your home there’s a chance they could hatch, which would result in hundreds of baby spiders making their way around your home.

How To Prevent Getting Spiders

Seal Outside Cracks: Perform regular maintenance on your home to seal up cracks, fix screens, windows, and cover open areas. Make it hard for spiders to get in, and that will keep them away.

Exterior Plants: Remove vegetation within eight feet of the perimeter of your home. Shrubs, trees, and ivy provide shelter for spiders and harbor insects they use for food.

Keep It Tidy: Be sure to sweep down or vacuum up spider webs and egg sacs whenever you see them. Pick up and put away clutter. Spiders like to hide in piles of old magazines, dirty clothes, junk and anything else that will provide them cover.


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