Habit and How They Get Into Your Home
A spider is generally described as having two body parts, eight legs, without wings or antennae. There are some spiders that will seek out moist areas to live in, such as basements, damp buildings or crawl spaces.
While still others prefer dry areas, such as the upper areas of a room or attic. They often hide in dark parts of whichever room they occupy.
If you are like most people, you don’t want spiders around. Many homes may be infested with them without your knowledge of this.
Since they like to hide in dark areas, it is unlikely that you’ll come across them unless you are moving something around and happen upon them.
At Nassau County Pest Control, we are able to help with the extermination of an infestation of spiders.
How They Get Into Your Home
There are generally two ways for spiders to get into a home, through doors and windows without properly seals or worn seals or from something that you bring into your home, such as empty boxes.
When they come into your home through a window or door, they are usually seeking out their prey. They are what some in the industry call ‘hitchhikers’. They will attach themselves to your clothing, boxes, bags, or anything else, to gain access inside your home.
Once inside, they can begin to reproduce, thus causing you to have an infestation. We would suggest that if you see a spider, kill it!
You never know if that one is there, whether or not there are others. You wouldn’t want them to reproduce while in your home this could make the problem more complicated than it is.
When they begin to reproduce, the problem can begin to spread to other parts of your home. This means that when they begin to spread, our exterminators will have to determine the source and eliminate it. The source is what keeps the spiders inside your home.
By removing this, we can begin to control and get rid of your spider infestation. The methods used to exterminate your spider infestation depends on the type of spider.***