The go-to scary insect for pretty much every horror movie ever, spiders have earned their global reputation for being absolutely terrifying. The sight of one walking about slowly on its eight spindly legs is enough to give grown men chills, and a brief glimpse of a hairy wolf spider scuttling through the kitchen is the stuff of so many nightmares.

A spider infestation is not cause for alarm, but it is cause for concern. Almost all spiders are venomous. They use venom to stun their prey. This venom is usually not harmful to humans, but there is not reason to take chances. Furthermore, spider webs are extremely unsightly. If you work hard to keep your home clean, and most Huntsville and Madison residents do, a spider web or two or three could ruin an entire day’s work. Finally, arachnophobia is a legitimate and often debilitating fear. It’s also rather common. Chances are that someone on your circle of family and friends suffers from this condition.

For all these reasons, and more, if there are spiders in your home, you need to partner with A Plus Pest Control and get them under control. Females can lay thousands of eggs. So, where you see one or two, there are probably more. At A Plus, we use proven methods to reduce these pests and give you your life back.

Types of Spiders

Spiders are more than unsettling. In many cases, they could be warning beacon pests. As mentioned, ants and other insects often make their way inside in search of food. Spiders are predators, so that food source is usually another insect. So, you may have more than spiders in your home. That’s especially true with regard to certain types of arthropods:


Pests We Guarantee

All these types of spiders usually require comprehensive treatment. They are very adept at hiding away from many conventional sprays. This is way a crack and crevice treatment is important.

Techniques We Use

Biologically, spiders are not insects. That’s not a trivial point. Since spiders are arachnids, our professionals must use a different approach to get rid of spiders.
Insects, like ants, wasps, and other such pests, use their mouths for grooming. So, if there is an insecticide on a surface, these bugs will spread it all over their bodies. Not so with spiders. Sometimes they groom their legs, but that’s not guaranteed. Furthermore, some spiders spend almost all their time in their webs, and webs are non-contact surfaces.
There’s more. Spiders have no circulatory system. So, if they walk over treated areas, the insecticide never leaves their feet.
All that being said, crack and cervices treatment is an essential part of spider treatment. When spiders shimmy through these narrow openings, they rub poison on their bodies. Such detail work is also good news for families. Pets and children normally do not crawl through narrow openings, so it is safe to treat these places with products.

Our Commitment to You

Spider eradication requires more than a sound approach. It also requires a solid commitment. Before our treatment, we carefully go over the work we need to do and the work we will do. Then, we quickly treat needed areas of your home, leaving little trace behind as we work.
If you need follow-up treatments, we do not argue and we do not blame you for the problem. Instead, we do what it takes to make things right. Your family deserves a pest-free living environment, and that is our goal.

Contact us now and find out for yourself what a difference we can make.