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Spiders Control Service in Scarborough,

Toronto

We understand Arachnophobia. Let us help get your home completely free from spiders. We will implement an integrated method to ensure the spider removal process and keep you worry free.

Spiders Control Service in Scarborough, ON

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What are Spiders?


There are more than 45,000 known species of spiders, found in habitats all over the world, but only a handful are considered to be dangerous and 27 species are known to cause human fatalities.

Spiders are attracted to warm, dark small spaces, like wall cracks, corners, air vents and in the washroom. But some prefer the outdoors, weaving their webs in your garden or near your outside lighting.

Most spiders are carnivorous, either trapping flies and other insects in their webs, or hunting them down. Spiders inject their prey with digestive fluids, then suck out the liquefied remains. All spiders do not build webs, but every species produces silk to climb, to create egg sacs, to wrap up prey, to make nests, etc.

Most spider species have six to eight eyes. However, they cannot see well. Although most common spiders at home are not really harmful, they can be a nuisance because of their webbing and can induce fear to some people.

How do spiders get into your home?


Spiders tend to enter homes in two main ways:

  1. Through open windows or doors.
  2. Through cracks and gaps around door and window frames.

Spiders will typically enter your home looking for food and shelter. The other common method of entry is accidental by hitchhiking inside boxes, on outdoor items, and numerous other things that are brought inside your home or business premises.

Signs of Spider Infestation


There are some signs to look for in case you suspect a spider infestation in your homes:

  • Large amount of spider webs can be a sign of infestation. The sizes and shapes of spider webs vary by spider species. Some spider webs are funnel-shaped, while others are orb-shaped.
  • Looking for spiders in their known hideouts like basements, sheds, walls, and crevices.
  • Signs of spider egg sacs and fecal matter.
  • If there are insects in your home, there are probably spiders. Spider’s prey and feed on flies, insects, ants, woodlice, and even other spiders.
  • You may also find some spider species hiding out in attics, closets, wall junctions, and storage boxes.
Signs of Spider Infestation

Why is Spider Infestation dangerous?


Some people have an extreme fear of spiders known as Arachnophobia. But overall spider webs and other signs of spiders can make your home seem dirty, at the same time more dangerous. Although most species are harmless, a spider infestation in your home can be dangerous:

Spiders Bites

Although spiders are known to bite in defense only, some bites can be extremely venomous. Spider species like black widows, brown recluse spiders, and wolf spiders are some of the most common and dangerous spiders found in Canada. These spider bites can lead to extreme pain, respiratory issues, and even necrosis.

Other Pest Infestations

Signs of spiders in your home can indicate that you have other pest infestations in your home. You may need a Pest Control company to inspect your house for dangerous spiders and other pest infestations, such as ants or Asian lady beetles.

Spider Extermination


Control of spiders is best achieved by following an integrated pest management (IPM) approach that involves multiple tactics, such as preventive measures, exclusion, sanitation, and chemicals applied to targeted sites. At Pest Control Guard we implement this method to achieve the best results. We undertake multiple steps to ensure a thorough outcome:

Step 1

We will begin with a thorough inspection of the building to locate the spiders, their breeding, and hiding spots.

Step 2

Besides our certified team will also correctly identify the spider, and then develop a custom extermination method designed based on your house and spider species.

Step 3

In the next stage, our team will ensure outside spiders do not get into the home by installing screens on doors and windows, Seal or caulk cracks and crevices.

Step 4

The next step is to sanitize the house by eliminating major hiding spaces for spiders. Removing trash, clutter from closets, attics, and basements.

Step 5

At Pest Control Guard, our family’s safety is our main priority. We will start the extermination process with non-chemical methods to reduce pesticide usage in your home and yards. This includes using traps, swatter, glue boards, etc.

Step 6

At Pest Control Guard we use 100% natural biopesticides which are harmless for kids and animals. We will use sprays and powders to kill and eliminate the spiders as well as their egg sacs to discourage further infestation.

Our professional and certified team at Pest Control Guard will also provide advice on how to keep spiders away from your home. We also provide a free follow-up visit to ensure that the infestation did not return.

FAQs


1. How long does it take for pest control to work on spiders?

In most cases, you can expect to see a significant and noticeable reduction in pest activity within one to two days.

2. Is Pest Control Safe for Kids and Pets?

At Pest Control Guard we prioritize the safety and happiness of our customers and being as environmentally friendly as possible. All our materials are Health Canada approved and eco-friendly and all technicians have been thoroughly trained on industry safety regulations and guidelines. We take pride in providing pet-friendly and kid-friendly pest solutions to our clients.

3. Is it worth getting an exterminator for spiders?

If you suspect you have a spider infestation, it's best to immediately call an exterminator because spiders can rapidly breed and spread the infestation.

4. How much does Spider control cost?

Spider control can cost approximately $300-$350 for a single visit depending on the type of spider and the severity of infestation.

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