Black Widow Control

Black widows are very misunderstood. They are actually a very docile species of spider and will not attack unless they are provoked. However, this does not mean they are not dangerous. They are some of the most poisonous spiders in the U.S.

Black Widow spiders are nocturnal, making it hard to identify whether they are infesting your property. If you suspect you could have a black widow infestation but see no spiders, look for their webs. They are erratic, shapeless and close to the ground. If you find an infestation, it is best to take care of it immediately.

Brown Recluse Control

The brown recluse is in a similar situation as the black widow. They are calm, but dangerous and venomous if provoked. If a brown recluse is found in your home, it is critical to protect your family from a brown recluse bite by getting brown recluse control.

A brown recluse bite is extremely painful. It will start out red, but with time will become bluish white as necrosis begins. It can be especially harmful to children, the elderly, and those with allergies to the venom, possibly resulting in death. It is imperative to get medical help if bitten.

Wolf Spider Control

Wolf spiders are one of the more common species of spider to infest homes. They are the larger, hairier spiders that people will find on the ground both in and outside of homes. They do not make webs, so they will find shelter anywhere they can, often in cracks inside a house.

Wolf spiders are venomous but their venom is not lethal and they will not bite unless provoked. They also will not inject venom into the victim unless highly agitated. Because of this, they wolf spider is considered relatively harmless, but it is still a good idea to get rid of them.