Spider Removal: Traditional Treatments or Essential Oils?

Spider Removal


The word alone might send shivers down your spine. When it comes to these eight-legged pests, you may be dealing with anything from a harmless house spider to dangerous spiders such as the brown recluse or black widow to name two. Whether they’re crawling around in your living space, spinning unsightly webs, biting your family members or just sneaking up and scaring you senseless, you have options when it comes to getting them out of your home.


At Clark Exterminating, safety is number one. Whether you want to have your home treated with all-natural essential oils or an odorless, ultra low impact traditional solution, call and set up an appointment with one of our experienced technicians. You can rest easy knowing that all of our products offer a safer environment for you, your family, and your pets.


Essential Oils

Essential oils are becoming more and more popular when it comes to repelling spiders because of their low toxicity. Some spider-repelling oils include peppermint, eucalyptus, lavender, cedar, tea tree and cinnamon, among others. The oil of choice is typically mixed with water or alcohol to create a spray for inside the home. Essential oils are safer, natural and lower-impact, but the results typically aren’t as good as those you’d get from a traditional treatment of the area.

Traditional Treatments

When you hear the word chemicals, your first inclination may be to avoid them. But, here at Clark Exterminating, our number one priority is your safety! You can rest assured that our products are safe for your family’s environment. Our traditional treatment of spiders is odorless, low-impact, high-yield and the results are very noticeable. Just one treatment can last for months.


Remember at Clark Exterminating “The Bug Stops Here!”

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