We Send Creepy Crawlers Packing!
Whether or not you are afraid of spiders, we understand that they are an
unwelcome addition to your home. From crawling on walls to dangling from
ceilings to crawling on us, spiders give most of us the heebie-jeebies!
When you find spiders in your home, it’s best to call in the experts at
proof. pest control. Using advanced methods and
organic products, our highly trained technicians are able to quickly locate, identify,
and exterminate spiders within your home. We are here to ease your fears
and make sure your home is safe and healthy as can be.
(888) 658-5191 to schedule spider control service. We offer free estimates.
What Attracts Spiders to My Home?
Many people wonder if it is normal to have spiders in their home. As a
matter of fact, it is totally normal, and often unavoidable. Even the
cleanest of homes have spiders in them. There are several things that
attract spiders to a home.
Spiders are attracted to homes because:
They are searching for mates: During mating season, male spiders will often enter your home looking
for females to mate with. They search for corners and areas with clutter
to hide and set up their homes.
They are looking for shelter: When the weather is too warm, too cool, or too wet, spiders often seek
shelter inside your home. They prefer to hide in spots such as your basement,
crawl spaces, attics, and garages.
They are looking for food: Spiders feed on other pests. This means that if you are seeing spiders
all over your home, chances are you have more than just a spider problem.
They will eat insects, other kinds of spiders, and any other pests they
Keeping spiders out of your home is incredibly difficult as it is often
very easy for them to get in. The best way to prevent them from entering
your home is to be sure all doors are sealed, screens are properly fitted
in windows, holes are sealed, and vents are screened.
How Do Spiders Get Inside My House?
Spiders enter your home through open windows, doors, cracks in screens,
vents without screens, broken seals, damaged caulk, and any other small
openings. They can also enter your home by hiding in something that you
bring inside such as plants, firewood, furniture, clothing, and more.
Check any items that you bring into your home carefully to be sure there
aren’t any spiders hiding in them.