Spider Control and Extermination Services
You're probably here because you googled something like spider control, how to get rid of spiders in the house, spider pest control, how much does it cost to get rid of spiders, or get rid of spiders. Are we right?
Spiders. No one really wants these creepy crawly creatures in their home. Did you know most spiders live outdoors? Which leads to another fun experience: walking right into a spider web! We're willing to bet there's not one person ever that said WOW that was fun, and meant it!
While there are over 3,000 spider species in North America, not all of them live in Florida. You may ask which are the most common spiders in Florida? We've got your answer! The most common spiders in Florida are: wolf spiders, banana spiders, widow spiders, brown recluse spiders, daddy long legs, domestic house spider, jumping spider, the always polite southern house spider, yellow sac spider, and the american house spider.
There are five species of poisonous spiders in Florida:
Brown Recluse Spiders
Southern Black Widow
Northern Black Widow
With so many spiders you may ask what kills spiders instantly? or how do I get rid of spiders with a home remedies? What is the best spider repellent spray? How do I get rid of spiders naturally? Once again,we will tell you that we don't recommend DIY spider repellents or sprays! It's hard to tell one spider species from another. Why not leave it up to the pest control experts to do a complete pest control inspection of your Land O' Lakes home? Do you really want to come face to face with the very poisonous brown recluse spider? We know how to get rid of spiders naturally. Did you know that the brown recluse or widow spiders bite could result in serious injury or death?
Why not leave the spider control to our expert pest control company? There are many pest control companies in the area, but we promise to treat you like one of the family. Call Pest Control Land O' Lakes today at 727-275-1335, so we can get rid of the spiders in your house as soon as possible.
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