The Secret To Keeping Your Tennessee Home Spider Web-Free!


The Secret To Keeping Your Tennessee Home Spider Web-Free!

Have you ever walked through a spider web? It’s a sticky situation, literally. If you have spiders in and around your home, you’re bound to see a lot of their webs. These can be unsightly, and they provide spiders with both a trap for catching prey and a safe place to lay their eggs. If spiders get away with building webs in your home, you are making it that much easier for them to survive and thrive.

Fortunately, our Tennessee pest control professionals have the secret to keeping your home spider web-free. Continue reading to learn about de-webbing services and how Urbanex can help eliminate spiders and their webs.

What Is A De-Webbing Service?

De-webbing services entail technicians using specialty brushes, extender tools, and/or vacuums to sweep away webs. The webs spiders weave can be in a variety of locations, both high and low. Outdoors, they could be on eaves, overhangs, windowsills, and foundation edges. They’ll likely be dangling on bushes, shrubs, wood piles, and similar areas. Indoors, webs tend to be around furniture and wall corners. Rooms that are humid or dusty are bound to have webs, too; for example, garages and basements.

Depending on the type of spider, webs might be disorganized or elaborately patterned. These arachnids have round bodies and eight legs that are curved or look bent. Most have six or eight eyes, but this can vary depending on the species. Some are hairy, but many have smooth exteriors. Their colors can also vary depending on the species, but many are brown, gray, or black.

The Benefits Of De-Webbing Services

Local spiders invade homes and yards in part because their prey is available. If you have issues with other pests such as flies and cockroaches, these arachnids will be stopping by. They use their webs to catch what they want to eat. Also, they can us them to store their egg sacs, which contain loads of eggs. After a de-webbing, spiders will be discouraged and possibly migrate elsewhere. The bugs won’t be able to do what comes naturally to them.

You could face serious consequences for delaying de-webbing. Some spiders, such as the brown recluse spider, have especially dangerous venom that can cause severe symptoms.

How Often Should You De-Web Your Home?

Pest control must be consistent in order to be fully effective. No pest will stay away indefinitely, and spiders are not an exception. That said, we recommend that de-webbing is done every three months. This is highly effective, especially in conjunction with our other spider control treatments.

Total Residential Pest Control For Tennessee Residents

At Urbanex, we offer powerful residential pest control services. Our experienced team will eliminate both spiders and their pest prey from your home. There are also some things you can do on your own to deter spiders:

  • Reduce water sources for pests by addressing humidity and moisture issues.
  • Reduce clutter to eliminate potential hiding spots. 
  • Vacuum, sweep, and dust often.
  • Look over wood and plants before bringing them indoors. 
  • Seal holes around utilities and in your home’s foundation.
  • Mow the lawn and trim greenery routinely. 
  • Contact Urbanex if there is pest prey on your property.

We at Urbanex have top-tier de-webbing tools and liquid treatments that will keep spiders at bay. In addition, we have unique solutions just for brown recluses. This includes micro-dusts, traps, and monitoring. Our highly trained technicians may also employ power spray barriers and granules. These avenues are designed to stop egg and web production. Give us a ring today to receive a free inspection!

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