Spider Identification & Prevention

Our expert team can identify the type of spider you are dealing with and provide solutions to keep spiders away from your house for good.

Get Started With Quality Pest Control

Or Call Today!

a spider on the ground

What are spiders?

Spiders are eight-legged arachnids that typically prey on small bugs or insects. They can range in size from a few millimeters to several inches and come in many shapes and colors. Some common characteristics all kinds of spiders share are two body parts, eight legs, and sharp fangs used to inject venom into their prey. While many spiders create webs to catch food, others hunt their prey.

Are spiders dangerous?

Some spiders can pose a health risk if they bite humans. However, most spider species are harmless, and their bites rarely have severe effects. It is important to identify the type of spider you may be dealing with to better understand the risk.

In North America, only two types of venomous spiders pose a threat to humans; the widow spider and the brown recluse. A black widow spider has a shiny black body with a red or orange hourglass shape on its stomach. The brown recluse spider has a violin or fiddle-shaped mark located on its back near the head. If you see either of these spiders in your home, contact a pest control professional like Solstys Environmental to safely and effectively remove them. Our expert team can identify the type of spider you are dealing with and provide home pest control solutions to keep spiders away from your house for good.

Why do I have a spider problem?

Spiders invade homes for a variety of reasons. They typically like dark, undisturbed areas and will find harbourage in basements, attics, and closets. They also like moisture and will be attracted to damp areas of the home. Lastly, spiders may be drawn to your home if there is an abundance of their prey nearby. These pests prey on a variety of insects, so if your home is full of other bugs, spiders may come in to hunt.

At Solstys Environmental, we understand the importance of finding and eliminating the source of the spider problem. We use our expertise to identify the root cause and provide solutions tailored to your individual needs.

Where will I find spiders?

Spiders will generally seek out small crevices or cracks, under furniture, behind baseboards, and on windowsills. They also build webs in corners, behind curtains, and in areas of clutter. Around the exterior of your home, be sure to check around the foundations, door and window frames, shrubs, decks, and eaves. If you're seeing an abundance of spider webs or spiders themselves, contact Solstys Environmental for professional help.

How do I get rid of spiders?

The best way to get rid of spiders in your house is by using an Atlanta pest control service like Solstys Environmental. Our team has extensive experience dealing with spider infestations and can help get rid of spiders in your house once and for all. We focus on getting to the root cause of the problem, so you can rest assured knowing that we will provide a long-term solution.

How can I prevent spiders?

Once you've eliminated the current spider infestation, you can take a few steps to prevent spiders from entering your home. First, regularly vacuum and dust areas where spiders may hide or build webs. Remove clutter and debris from around the house, and seal up any cracks or crevices that spiders may use to gain access. Additionally, keep windows and doors closed when possible and takes steps to remove their insect prey.

If you are dealing with an infestation of spiders, contact Solstys Environmental for expert spider identification and prevention services. Our team can provide treatments to help get rid of spiders in your home. With our help, you can keep pesky spiders out for good.

Schedule Your Inspection

Complete the form below to schedule your no obligation inspection

Our Latest Blogs

View Our Blogs and Resources Below

How To Identify And Get Rid Of German Cockroaches In Your Atlanta Home

Read more

A Handy Guide To Effective Wasp Control For Your Atlanta Property

Read more

Mosquitoes: A Guide To Identification, Prevention And Control In Atlanta

Read more
See More Articles