Typically spiders are very reclusive and want to stay out of site. They are categorized as nuisance pests because their webs bother most people.
Most spiders like Wolf Spiders and house spiders are not a threat to people because if a bite were to happen, the venom they poses will not cause a health risk. Spiders like the black widow spider and the brown recluse spider can be a risk to humans, however those spiders are very rare in Michigan.
In general, spiders are shy and reclusive and want to stay out of sight. They are mainly nuisance pests because they and their webs aggravate and annoy most people. However, it is important to note that spiders all possess venom.
Most spiders, like wolf spiders and house spiders, are not a threat to people because if a bite were to occur, their venom is not strong enough to pose health risks. Other spiders like black widow spiders and brown recluse spiders are a risk to people because they do have venom that is strong enough to affect our health.
If you ever discover dangerous spiders like black widow spiders or brown recluse spiders on your property, call for professional help.
If you find that you have an abundance of spiders it may because you have other insects living in your yard or home. Spiders live off of other insects and this may be a sign that you have a larger pest control problem that you should address with a professional pest control company.
Spiders are reclusive by nature and if they make inside your residence they like to stay out of view. Spiders will typically choose out of they way spots to build their nests. Wolf spiders typically do not climb very high and can be found under furniture or in closests or other cluttered areas. House spiders are very good climbers and you can find their webs in the corners of rooms, closets, window sills or doorways. The more dangerous black widow spiders and black recluse spider can be found hiding in basements, closets, attics, and crawlspaces.
Spiders can be difficult to eliminate without a professional. If you have a spider issue in Lansing or surrounding areas you'll want to contact us today. We provide affordable and quality service that will help keep spiders and other pests from returning.
First, make sure you contact us today to discuss your Lansing Spider Control options.
The you can also do the following to help eliminate the chance of spiders returning.
Inspect the exterior of your home and make sure that you seal any openings into the home. Make sure that window and door screens do not have any rips or tears in them. Reduce the number of other insects in and around your home. Keep lids on trash cans. Outdoor lighting attracts pests and switching to LED lighting will both reduce your electricity costs and reduce the attraction of spiders and other pests.
Remove any fallen trees, branches or limbs. Make sure to clean up any spider webs and spiders you see running around!