Spider Removal / Control
If you aren’t dealing with a spider infestation, you don’t necessarily have to learn how to kill spiders in some strange and unique way. A good old-fashioned squashing with your shoe will do, as will a rolled-up newspaper or magazine. If you don’t want to smear the wall – or prefer to spare the spider’s life – place a jar over the spider and then slip a piece of paper between the jar’s opening and the wall, counter, etc. This seals the spider in. Keeping the paper in place, flip the jar over so the spider is at the bottom, then walk him outside and set him free. Just make sure your home’s points of entry are sealed off or you may find that he liked the hearty meals and gentle checkout service your establishment provided and will be back to visit soon.
How Do Spiders Get In Your Home?
Spiders commonly enter homes in two primary ways: entering through open, poorly screened windows and doors and through cracks and gaps around door and window frames. Most of the time, spiders come inside the home looking for prey. The other common method of entry is accidentally hitchhiking inside boxes, on outdoor items and numerous other things that are brought inside a home or business. Contact your pest management professional if you find spiders in your home. Summit Pest Control will conduct an inspection and a create a comprehensive control plan that is based on the inspection findings.