Have you been finding more cobwebs around your home?


If so, you might be sharing your house with an abundance of eight-legged arachnids. Spiders will find their way inside during mating season or in search of food and water. If you see one or more spiders in your home it is important to attempt to remove available habitat and food sources in order to control them. This can include dusting and cleaning regularly, clearing away webs, and eliminating other bugs.

Spiders are not social insects that live in big groups, like ants, but prefer being alone since they don’t like to share food. Webs are where spiders start nesting, multiplying rapidly, and catch their next meal. Spiders have fangs that inject poison into their prey, and most kinds spin webs in which to capture insects. Spiders feed on other insects, so eliminating pests around your home will reduce their food sources, and since they won’t be able to find food they will be less interested in hanging around your home.

Pests come in all shapes and sizes, but even the smallest can pose a serious threat to your family. A few species of spiders found in Arkansas are considered among the deadliest to humans. That’s why it’s extremely important to identify what kinds of spiders are creating the webs in your home or office.

Among the Most Common Species of Spiders Found in Arkansas:

Black Widow Spider
Brown Recluse Spider
Wolf Spider
Hobo Spider

At Clark Exterminating, our experienced and well-trained technicians will perform an inspection of the premises and determine the areas where spiders are hiding, to ensure that they focus their efforts in that particular area, followed by a recommend effective treatment plan that will get rid of them for good.

Next time you see an increasing number of webs in and around your home or office, call the Central Arkansas spider control and exterminating experts at Clark Exterminating. We’ll safely and effectively solve your spider problem.

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