Spider Control Brisbane and Beyond – Call EPM Your Brisbane Pest Control and Spider Treatment Specialists
The area around Brisbane is home to several spider species. Though most aren’t aggressive and will avoid human contact where possible, Brisbane has some pretty nasty spiders. The most common of these, the Red Back spider, is venomous and when they bite, you’ll need medical attention. Red Back spiders generally reside in the outdoor areas of buildings. They nest in patio furniture, machines, and utility metres. They can also come into the building, climbing through the roof space.
You could come across any of the following spiders at your residential or commercial property:
- Orb-weaver spider
- Funnel-web spider
- Huntsmen spider
- Little striped wolf spider
- Black house spider
- Eastern mouse spider
- Red-backed spider
- White-tailed spider
- Queensland whistling tarantula
Residential pest control can rid your home of all these venomous spiders and ensure the protection of your family from nasty bites.
Commercial Pest Control
Spiders may be good for eradicating insects, but they can create problems in a business. Many people fear spiders so a spider infestation in your offices is cause for concern.
Employees won’t be comfortable working with loads of spiders wandering around. This could affect morale and even work attendance. If you’re a shop owner, the last thing you need is spiders on your merchandise or webs on your displays.
Brisbane’s commercial pest control offers the promise of spider treatment solutions. Control commercial pests and spiders with a simple spray or dust and restore employee morale.
Home Spider Control from Brisbane to the Gold Coast
Your family and pets need protection from spiders. Spider bites are painful and can cause swelling, infection and even death. Spiders like warm, dark places. They lurk in cracks, air vents and under the roof. Brisbane residential pest control will help to reduce the threat that spiders pose and offer your family protection from deadly bites. Spider treatment is an effective way to reduce indoor spider populations.
A professional pest control expert will know how to find the source of the spider infestation and remove them from the source so that they don’t come back later. They’ll have pest control solutions for treatment spider control.
Spider Control – Deterring Spiders in and around your property
Spiders are most likely to enter your premises as winter draws in and as they seek shelter from the cold. Most spider infestations are more of an annoyance than a danger but you can never be sure.
When it comes to Brisbane pest control, you’re not helpless. There are some spider control methods that you can use to keep them out of your home or office.
Vacuum often and all over – when vacuuming make sure to pay attention to the areas under furniture, top and bottom, and behind
Fill gaps – make sure that there are no gaps from the outside in. Fill gaps around pipes, under doors, and in walls
Remove spider webs – regularly
Clear clutter – compost heaps, piles of wood and other clutter are magnets for spiders. Clear them away.
Call Brisbane pest control services – spiders feast on insects, Keep your home clear of insects, and spiders will find your home less tempting
Switch off your outdoor lights at night – lights attract insects. This, in turn, will attract spiders. Switch lights off when you’re not using them for effective spider control
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Keeping your home free of insects is an important part of spider control. Spiders eat insects and if there are none around, spiders will find your home less attractive. Arrange a regular pest control service and keep your family safe from insects and spiders.
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Signs of Spider Infestation
Spiders like dark, quiet places. Here are some of the signs that you need spider pest control services.
The most obvious sign of spiders is the webs they weave. Look out for spider webs in your home and garden. Webs may be circular or funnel-shaped.
Spiders don’t all weave webs. Some live in underground burrows and others shelter in cracks and crevices. They may lurk in attics, in the joints between walls and ceilings, or in wardrobes and storage boxes.
Some spiders are attracted to damp spots so check your basement, outside storage areas and any other damp areas on your property.
Look out for spider eggs. Spiders lay their eggs in a silk sac that they carry around or attach to surfaces. Each sac contains around 100 eggs so when the eggs hatch, you will have a lot more spiders to worry about.
Spider Treatment Methods
Spiders move along without touching many of the surfaces they cover since their body is elevated above the surface. This makes spider treatment a little more complex than general pest control. The best way to get rid of spiders is to stop them in their tracks with a direct hit of pesticide
Spider control professionals will eliminate spiders and their eggs. They will also treat the remaining webs to get rid of any returning spiders. Areas treated include skirtings, ceilings, basements, attics and any areas through which spiders can enter the building. Outdoor areas like patios, sheds and gutters will also need attention.
Pesticide spray knocks spiders from surfaces and pesticide dust protects cracks. Pesticides will eliminate any spider with which they make contact. The pest control dust targets spiders in their hiding places.
There are two broad groups of spiders, web builders and running or hunting spiders. Web builders are fairly easy to target. Still, since running spiders don’t build nests they are harder to find. Pest control professionals know where these spiders hide, so they will find them and wipe them out with proven treatment.
The spider treatment is also an effective pest control solution that will ensure that your home is left insect free. Spider webs should be left where they are for about three days after the Brisbane pest control. The webs will retain the treatment and poison any spider that enters the web.