Spider Extermination in Dallas-Fort Worth
Buzz Kill Pest Control delivers quality and effective service to rid your home from these unwanted eight-legged creatures. Spiders gain entry to your home through small cracks and openings around doors, windows, and your home’s foundation. Don’t let your home become at-risk for a spider infestation. Rely on Buzz Kill pest services to help you maintain control over your property.
Spider Control Keeps DFW Safe!
While most spiders native to Texas are relatively harmless, some species like the Texas Recluse, Brown Recluse, Black Widow, and Brown Widow can be a harmful threat to the home. These creepy crawlers can easily hide in the dark recesses of your home and sneak out for an unexpected bite at any time, and you may not know your home harbors deadly spiders until it’s too late.
Staying on top of spider control in your home is crucial, particularly if you think you have a problem with black widow or brown recluse spiders. Female house spiders reproduce at alarming rates. They deposit 250 eggs per sac and develop up to 17 sacs in their lifetime (that’s over 4,000 eggs!). Spotting one spider in your home can mean there are a lot more, so let our team take care of the problem with professional spider control solutions.
Do You Have a Spider Problem?
The signs of a spider infestation often go unnoticed until the eight-legged critters have completely taken over the dark and seldom-used spaces of your home. Most people will let a spider sighting or two go and think nothing of it. However, it’s a fact that where there is one spider, many more are certain to exist.
Aside from spider sightings as a red flag for an infestation, other signs you have active spiders include:
- Webs that quickly return after being destroyed
- Spider bites showing up on the body
- The discovery of egg sacs that can hold hundreds of baby spiders in them per sac
Common Spiders found in the Dallas Fort Worth area:
- Wolf Spider
- Black Widow
- Brown Recluse
- Jumping Spider
- Orb-weaver Spider
- Garden Spider
Our Spider Extermination and Control Process Kills Spiders and Keeps Them Away!
Spiders can quickly multiply and make your home or office an uncomfortable environment. Once you start to realize that your new tenants have become a problem, it’s time to take action! The professional exterminators of Buzz Kill Pest Control use a trusted process that exterminates spiders on-site and continues to control the area, preventing further infestation.
We Inspect for Accurate Extermination
The professionals at Buzz Kill Pest Control don’t just come into your home and start spraying. We will conduct a thorough inspection of your home and truly gain an understanding of the severity of your infestation.
Our approach to spider extermination is on a case-by-case basis that ensures our exterminators implement the right methods for effective extermination. Some of the services you can expect from us include:
- Recommendation to remove harborage areas like wood and debris
- Spider web removal around the exterior of a home
- Responsible use of chemicals and traps
Now Offering Preventative Spider Services
Spider control doesn’t just end at extermination. Without proper maintenance and treatment to your property, you’re likely to run into this problem again in the future.
Aside from our standard control services. Buzz Kill offers preventative treatment year-round that will help keep spiders, ants, and other unwanted pests away from your home or workplace.
Buzz Kill Pest Control Keeps Your Home Safe and Spider Free
If you’ve noticed a spider here and there around your home, the chances are high that you have a fair amount of these insects lurking on your property. Even though spiders may be great for disposing of other intrusive pests outside of the home, they typically aren’t welcome houseguests.
Buzz Kill Pest Control has over 20 years of experience exterminating and controlling pest problems throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Don’t let spiders overrun your home. Get in touch with us today to schedule an extermination appointment that’s effective and helps to prevent future infestations.