Orb Weaver Spider

How To Get Rid Of Spiders On My House

Orb_weaver_white_bckgrnd02“Most spiders are not truly dangerous.  Most spiders are either beneficial or not of any concern,” says Richard Zack, a professor of entomology at Washington State University.  Richard recommends that if you find them out in your garden, let them be.

Richard doesn’t live by the lake, does he?

At Beacon Pest we agree that the majority of spiders are not dangerous but they are a pain in the neck when you’re trying to enjoy your lake side home.  We all want to be able to be outside and enjoy the day.  However, it’s difficult to relax when you are sharing that day with hundreds, if not thousands, of 8 legged interlopers.

Here are 2 helpful tips to minimize spiders on your home:

  1. Remove clutter outside of your home including wood piles.  We all have a knack for collecting which creates perfect nesting sites for spiders.
  2.  Invest in a telescopic spider broom and sweep away the webs.  If you are vigilant enough some of the spiders will either die or grow weary of you interference and move on.

Of course there is no substitute for having your home professionally treated for spiders.  So if you still need help, contact the spider specialists at Beacon Pest Control.

Call us today and your spiders will be gone tomorrow.  1-855-676-6873