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Stop Washington Spiders
From Sneaking Around

When you think of Washington, you probably imagine a state of permanent rain but this is not entirely true. Washingtonians are definitely used to soggy weather, but only parts of the state experience the excessive rainfall the state is known for. You also might have heard that Washington produces more apples than any other state, but did you also know that the state takes the lead in pear, raspberry, sweet cherry and spearmint production? But it’s just not agriculture Washington excels in. Washington also ranks in the top 5 states for cheapest electricity, wine production, most cat owners and least amount of swearing amongst residents. And don’t let the volcanoes scare you, it has been 37 years since Mount St. Helens erupted. However, you might want to worry about the spiders…because as great as Washington is, we cannot get rid of them.

Keep spiders out of your home

Washington might not be able to evict all the spiders from the state, but you can keep them out of your house with the right professional Washington spider control around with Pointe Pest Control. The most common house spiders in Washington are the giant house spider, the Carolina wolf spider, common house spider and the long-legged cellar spider just to name a few. While these spiders look horrifying, if they bite, it is not dangerous. These spiders like dark corners and might be seen hunting for food away from their webs occasionally. Other spiders you should be wary of are the mouse spider, hobo spider and black widow spider. These spiders deliver a more painful and dangerous reaction when they bite. Bites from these spiders should receive medical attention immediately as they can cause severe physical symptoms. The black widow is especially feared as it can be deadly. Professional Washington spider control is a must for these spiders.

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How to keep spiders away

Along with professional spider control in Washington, here are a few tips to avoid spider infestations in your home.

Keep windows and doors sealed. Spiders cannot get inside unless there are openings. Most spiders find access through small cracks in the windows, doors and exterior of your home. Sealing these provides a good buffer to the pests outside.

Clean up clutter. Clutter and debris on the inside and outside of your home attracts all kinds of pests. They see it as a hiding place or sanctuary from the elements. Spiders especially like to take refuge in clutter.

Keep other pests out. Some species of spiders are hunters and thrive on eating other insects. However, if your home is free from all other insects, spiders will not have food to eat and will look elsewhere. Pointe Pest Control provides thorough pest control throughout your entire home.

Do not skimp on year round inspections. Most homeowners assume that just because spiders seem to disappear in the colder months that the threat has disappeared. This could not be further from the truth as spider egg sacs lay in wait for springtime hatching.

Fight back with professional spider control

Pointe Pest Control provides you experienced, friendly and effective spider control in Washington. We look forward to getting to know you and helping you with all your pest control needs. Keep your home protected from unwanted invaders and call us today.

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