Effective Spider Control Treatment for Emerald Isle, North Carolina
Common Spiders found around the Crystal Coast, North Carolina
Wolf Spiders– Wolf spiders are a hairy spider that range in size from .04-1.38 inches in length. They are a solitary species that have excellent eyesight. Most wolf spiders create burrows that they hide in to wait for their prey that they will then pounce on and even chase for short distances. A wolf spider bite, while painful, does not pose a serious risk to humans.
Black Widow Spiders– This is a poisonous species; they are glossy black in color with a reddish orange hour-glass shape on their belly. The venom from this spider will affect a person’s nervous system and immediate medical attention should be sought if bitten.
Garden Spiders– The garden spider has distinctive yellow and black markings on their abdomen and has a mostly white cephalothorax (head area). Males are 5-9mm and females are much larger at 19-28mm. These spiders build webs in the tall grasses of sunny fields and in the eaves of houses, garages, and sheds.
House Spiders– As their name suggests, house spiders are the most common species of spider to be found in homes. House spiders are generally a yellow or tan color with dark spots on its body; they have long slender legs. House spiders pose no significant health risk to humans and are considered to be nuisance pests.
Brown Recluse Spider– Brown recluse spiders is a very poisonous spider. They are tan to dark brown in color with a distinctive dark violin shape found behind their head. A bite from a brown recluse could cause an ulcer to form at the site of the bite and can lead to more serious necrosis of the tissue; medical attention should be sought immediately if you bitten.
Active Hunters: Wolf, Ground spiders, Jumping spider
Passive Hunters: Crab spider, Recluse spider
Web-Hunters: Orb weavers, Cobweb weavers, Cellar spiders, house spider
Almost all spiders are predators, mostly on feed on other insects, using their venom to paralyze and eventually kill their prey. Active hunters may have a retreat they return to on a regular basis, but these spiders extremely mobile as they search out other insects. Passive hunters, on the other hand, sit and wait for their prey. Web-hunters use a variety of silk web designs to capture their prey.
Customer Spider Control Tips:
- Keep garages, attics, storage rooms and crawlspaces clean and clutter-free.
- Repair window screens, fix door weather stripping, Seal cracks and crevices to reduce spiders from gaining entry.
- Change outside lights from mercury vapor bulbs to sodium vapor to reduce flying insect prey. When possible turn lights away from structure.
- Keep landscaping, tree’s, shrubs and other plants from touching building.
- Place trash can’s, dumpsters at least 25 feet away from building to reduce flying prey insects.
Our pest technicians are both the training and have first-hand experience to correctly identify and eradicating and remove any Spider infestation. Properly identifying the spider species is the first step in making your home or business spider free.
D & D Pest Control Co’s Professional exterminator can provide the certification needed to backup our claims as being the most dependable, trustworthy and best pest control company in Emerald Isle, Cape Carteret, Swansboro, NC. every employee must meet our strict requirements we have in place. Each has been fully vetted through both the local and North Carolina Authorities, and they have been trained, and certified, and insured in order to meet all North Carolina Regulatory Compliance Standards.
For professional spider control & spider extermination in the Emerald Isle, North Carolina area, call D & D Pest Control Co. at (252)523-8255. Or fill out a contact form for quick, effective spider control and eradication in Cape Carteret County North Carolina area.