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Black Widow Spider Exterminator in Vienna, WV
Black widow spiders have a red hourglass shape on the back, making them easily recognizable. Contrary to popular belief, a female black widow does not usually eat the male after mating. Black widows often build their webs in undisturbed areas, such as in boxes and in firewood. Black widow spiders often hitch a ride inside with the firewood and other outdoor materials that you bring inside. If you find a black widow spider, or believe that these spiders have moved into your Vienna-area home, call Lamp Pestproof & Wildlife Control today at (866) 524-1799, or get a quote online.
Why Call a Professional for Black Widow Spider Removal?
Black widow spiders do not bite impulsively, but can become frightened when their nest is disturbed. The venom of a black widow spider is a neurotoxin, and can cause severe pain. While these bites cause pain for most, young children and the elderly are susceptible to more severe reactions to black widow bites. Avoid spider bites by wearing heavy gloves when moving boxes, firewood, or other items that have not been moved in a long time. Many types of spiders also like to hide in clothing and shoes, so be sure to shake any stored clothing or shoes before putting them on. If you see a spider web, or believe you may have a black widow spider living in your home or business, be sure to contact a professional for safe removal as soon as possible.
Trust Lamp Pestproof & Wildlife Control to Remove Brown Recluse Spiders
For some, brown recluse spiders are easy to spot because of the dark brown violin marking on their back. Brown recluse spiders are nocturnal and eat other bugs, including cockroaches and crickets. Male brown recluse spiders wander farther than females and will crawl into shoes or other clothing. Brown recluse spiders often live outdoors in debris and woodpiles, but they can be found hiding in storage units and other dark, undisturbed spaces.
Contact Lamp Pestproof for Spider Removal in Vienna, WV
Like the black widow spider, the brown recluse spider bites in defense and does not bite humans instinctively. The brown recluse spider bite is painful and can produce an open, ulcerating sore. To avoid brown recluse spiders, avoid keeping clothing on the floor. Store clothing and shoes in a sealed area, and be sure to shake out clothing before washing or wearing. Contact Lamp Pestproof & Wildlife Control for an inspection or to treat your home for brown recluse spiders. We proudly serve Vienna, WV; Parkersburg, WV; Marietta, OH; and the surrounding areas.