Gecko Pest Control Are The Spider Extermination Experts in The North-State
Spiders are one of the main pests we target during our Year-Round Service
Common Types of Spiders
There are thousands of spiders roaming California, but many aren’t the typical spiders we see around the home. While there are many different spider families and hundreds of species within those families, homes will usually only see around 20 different spider lurking types.
Our method for dealing with spider infestations is one of the most thorough in the area. We treat the home’s areas where the spider harbor eliminates as many as possible and then knocks down all the ugly cobwebs. Spiders are also one of the most dangerous insects, posing a higher threat than typical household pests like ants. But with Year-Round pest control services, you can reduce or even eliminate spiders from your home.
Spiders are one of the most common nuisance pests in California. Most spiders are harmless. But that doesn’t mean some aren’t potentially threatening. We are home to and one of the most densely populated areas for Black Widow spiders. These spiders are the most venomous spiders in our area. Black Widows don’t generally lethal, but they can make you very ill if you have the misfortune to be bitten by one. This arachnid bite can cause difficulty in breathing, numbness, and severe pain. With proper and speedy medical care, the symptoms can be treated and most people will completely recover.
Black widows aren’t the only spiders we see in California. The other is less dangerous spiders like the daddy long legs, wolf spiders, and orb weave spiders are more of a nuisance than harmful. These will likely set up cobwebs in the corners of your home, shed, or garage. But for many, seeing the mere sight of a spider, regardless if it is venomous or not could be quite scary. If you have noticed that your home has a higher number of spiders than you would like or you keep seeing cobwebs, it may be time to consider it?s time for professional pest services
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