Spider Control and Management

All spiders belong to the class arachnida, have eight legs and two body sections: the cephalothorax and abdomen. The cephalothorax is a combination of head and thorax found in insects. Palps (sensory organs) and fangs are at the front of the body. Spiders are usually associated with webs, but not all spiders, such as the huntsman create webs. There many different species some are venomous and therefore may be harmful to human beings such as the redback and others although they look menacing such as the huntsman cause no harm. Huntsman are actually very good predators of small insects.

SPIDER CONTROL: The most effective treatments for spider control are by using insecticides, sprays and powders. If spiders come in contact with insecticidal powder it can be effective for up to six months. Thorough inspection is required before any treatment is carried out. Chemical treatment is carried out to: all exterior downpipes, window frames, gutters and all exterior walls. Rubbish bins and roof void are also treated. Improving housekeeping and sanitation levels in and around the site will help prevent infestation.

WHY CHOOSE US: Spider control professionals. Experienced and knowledge. Qualified, expertly trained and insured. Friendly and reliable team. Spider treatment may be part of your regular service agreement.

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We are keen to partner with commercial clients who care about high quality and long term solutions to pest control on all of their sites. We are happy to provide you with a FREE no obligation site assessment by our designated pest specialist who will advise you as to the effectiveness of your existing pest control systems and any possible recommendations and improvements.