Have you ever seen spiders in your garage or attic? If you live in Arizona, you probably have. In fact, according to statistics from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Arizona has the highest rate of spider infestation in the country. Fortunately, most house spiders aren’t harmful, so you don’t have to worry about venomous bites.
However, some species contain venomous bites, such as the black widow and brown recluse. The good news is that you can always contact a Glendale pest control technician to get rid of them and make your home a safe place.
Garages and yards are some of the spiders’ favorite places, and there are many good reasons why. Keep reading below to learn more.
The biggest draw is food and dark, guarded areas. If your garage is full of mosquitoes and flies, spiders will almost certainly visit for dinner because they enjoy flying insects.
Additionally, dampness is quite soothing to these bugs. You might need to use a dehumidifier in your garage if you have a pest issue.
Spiders can enter your garage through windows, doors, and other openings. They might infiltrate your garden or driveway by climbing up the walls.
Although there are countless varieties of spiders, the ones that typically enter your home are harmless. However, some of them have the potential to be venomous, so you should be cautious.
These are some of the most common house spiders:
You can keep your garage free of spiders and their various webs using many techniques, from basic methods to toxic remedies. These suggestions will teach you how to get rid of spiders without much effort:
The simplest and fastest approach to get rid of a wandering spider is to just step on it with your foot. However, we still recommend any of the other techniques below if there are too many spiders.
Open cabinets and cardboard boxes are perfect places for spiders to make their homes. Before calling the Chandler pest control technician, you should first ensure that all the boxes in your garage are well closed. Keep boxes on higher shelves, from your toolbox to old books, to make it tougher for spiders to access them and hide.
You need to seal your garage just as you keep everything else well packed and protected. Spiders can enter the room through cracks and other small openings in the ceiling and walls. You can prevent them from entering by covering up any gaps.
You most likely wash your dishes every day (at least you should). Similarly, you should clean your garage daily. Spiders adore dusty areas since that’s where they build their webs and get all the juicy, tasty creatures to eat.
Lastly, but not least important, always contact a pest control company to get rid of spiders in the best way possible. Varsity Termite & Pest Control offers a high-quality pest service to ensure your house is completely free of spiders. Contact us now to request a quote and get started!
Varsity Termite and Pest Control – Gary Dobert
6056 E Baseline Rd #122