Spiders in your attic, your crawl spaces, your hair... Is there any end to the places they can crawl with their long creepy legs?
A female spider can produce up to 250 eggs in one pregnancy, and then she leaves the entire sac in a dark corner of
your home to await the day when the babies will all scurry out looking for other spots to occupy.
She can produce up to 17 of these sacs in her lifetime = 4,250 spiders in your home! from one spider.
House spiders, jumping spiders, garden spiders - most of them are harmless but annoying, but some like the
black widow and the brown recluse can inject venom into your skin that can cause skin necrosis, systemic illness,
and even hemolysis and organ damage. Brown recluses love NJ closets and garages,
so beware (although they usually only bite when they feel threatened).
Some signs of spiders in your home are:
The best way to keep spiders at bay is to vacuum and dust
regularly, but any pest control methods you employ need to
attack the present spots and future entry points of the spider clan. We have years of experience doing this,
and our certified spider extermination specialists are ready for your call.
First we treat areas of infestation with an insecticide application, which will kill all spiders in those areas.
Once that's done, we focus our attention on preventative measures - we spray the perimeter of your home and interior hot spots,
seal entry points and give you tips on how to discourage their return. We believe MiteBuster's integrated
NJ spider extermination system is the most efficient and cost-effective method you'll find.
MiteBuster's NJ spider exterminators know how to stop these pests from claiming your home as theirs.