From City Park to Fernan Lake, we share our beautiful environment with spiders. Have you ever enjoyed a fall walk on Tubbs Hill, when suddenly you became entangled with that fine silky web leaving you with a creepy, crawly feel the rest of the day? Even worse, have you been at home knowing that you are being watched by that eight eyed, air breathing arthropod that somehow escaped the flying shoe. There is a Coeur d’Alene spider control that believes sharing parks and trails is one thing, but you shouldn’t have to share your home.
Do We Have Poisonous Spiders in Coeur d’Alene?
With at least 43,678 known species in the world, there are only a few spiders known to be poisonous in Coeur d’Alene area. Hobo spiders are known to build their funnel shaped nest in our habitat. These spiders don’t prey on humans, but can become aggressive when tending to their egg sac, or being threatened. Identifying a Hobo spider is difficult, but almost every home has had one running around at one time. The Black Widow is most well-known for the red hour glass figure on her shiny black abdomen and known for killing her male counterpart.
Just because there is a change in the season, doesn’t mean you have to share your basement, attic or living room with any spider. At Pointe Pest Control our experienced technicians have a solution to give you peace of mind. All you have to do is call.
Are You Looking For An Easy Solution?
At Pointe Pest Control we know not every spider in your home is poisonous, but we understand the frustration of waking up in the morning with a spider bite on your chin. Not knowing where that eight legged arachnid is hiding now. Call today to speak with a professional technician about your free inspection! Pointe Pest Control has a plan to keep spiders on Canfield Trail and not nesting in your home.