Why Choose Us for Spider Extermination
Spiders are common inhabitants in just about any city and can be found in a variety of habitats including gardens, homes, and even the desert. Some of the most common spider species found include the black widow, wolf spider, and desert brown spider.
If you are concerned about spiders in your home or yard, Green Wave Pest Solutions can help. Our technicians are trained to efficiently spray the exterior foundation and perimeter of your property, as well as the interior of your home at entry and exit points and near water pipes. We also offer a de-webbing treatment on the exterior of your home with an anti-pheromone dust on all window trims, eaves, doors, door frames, and other hot spots.
In addition to the spray, Green Wave Pest Solutions also offers an exterior de-webbing treatment around all window trims, window frames, patios, lawn furniture, sheds, and other hotspots. This treatment helps to remove any existing webs and can help prevent spiders from setting up new ones.
To ensure that your property remains free of spiders, it is recommended to maintain a regular maintenance service with Green Wave Pest Solutions. This will include both the spray and de-webbing treatment, and it is recommended to upkeep this maintenance year-round. By doing so, you can help ensure that no signs of black widow spiders appear on your property.
Signs You Have a Spider Problem
- Webs: one of the most notable signs of spiders is the building of webs
- Egg sacs
- Excess flying insects
- Environmental factors – dark muggy spaces
- Spider droppings
- Seeing spiders
How We Solve Your Spider Problem
Green Wave Pest Solutions is an excellent choice for eliminating spiders from your property. Our trained and experienced technicians are skilled at identifying and targeting the specific habitats that spiders are known to inhabit.
To get rid of black widow spiders, Green Wave Pest Solutions begins by applying a powerful spray to the exterior foundation of your home and property. This spray is designed to effectively eliminate any spiders that may be lurking in these areas. We also go around the eaves, awnings and doorways of the home with a specific powder. This repels spiders and keeps them from coming back.
Green Wave Pest Solutions is an efficient and reliable choice for eliminating spiders from your yard. Our trained technicians use a combination of powerful spray and exterior de-webbing treatments to effectively eliminate and prevent venomous spiders from taking up residence in your yard.
Common Types of Spiders
The black widow is a venomous spider known for its distinctive red hourglass shape on its abdomen. Female black widows are larger and more venomous than males, and their bites can cause muscle cramps, abdominal pain, and difficulty breathing. They are typically found in dark, secluded areas such as sheds, basements, and under rocks.
The desert brown spider is a venomous spider that is native to the desert regions of the southwestern United States. It is known for its brown coloration and distinctive markings on its abdomen. Its venom is toxic to insects and is not considered dangerous to humans. These spiders are also smaller in size, about a ½ inch, so they can discreetly place themselves either inside your home, or near your property.
Many orb weavers are brightly colored, have hairy or spiny legs and a relatively large abdomen that overlaps the back edge of the cephalothorax. Abdomens vary between species. Some orb-weaver spiders have spiny, smooth, or irregularly shaped abdomens. Most nocturnal orb weavers are usually brown or gray in color.
The wolf spider is a large, agile spider that is often found hunting for prey in gardens and yards. They are not venomous and do not pose a threat to humans. However, their size and speed can be intimidating, and they may bite if they feel threatened.
Daddy Long Legs
Daddy-long-legs spiders are easily recognized by their extremely long, skinny legs and small body.
The female banana spider size is about 1-3 inches, while the males are only about half an inch long. The females have elongated bodies with yellow spots on orange or tan bodies with brown- and orange-banded legs.
Spiders love to hide in the dark, debris-filled cracks away from humans. Be sure to give the space under your bed a lot of attention while you’re cleaning. Since it tends to be dark and dusty under beds, they’re an ideal place for spiders to hide away. The garbage from your kitchen may also attract spiders
The stinky smell of sweaty socks might repulse humans, but scientists now find it enthralls mosquitoes and spiders. The odor apparently helps the creatures hunt down their victims — the mosquitoes want to feed on people, while the spiders prefer to devour the mosquitoes.
Spiders are not attracted to heat and can live quite comfortably in a wide temperature range. Most spiders prefer temperatures hovering around 70 degrees