The Exterminators – Spider Removal

Spider control Toronto. Spider removal solutions by licensed professionals. Exterior and interior treatment options. Call the exterminators: 647-496-2211

We provide effective treatments for household spiders. The three most typical home spiders in Ontario will be the Black-footed Cheiracanthium mildei Spider, a species as well as the House Spider, Achaearanea tepidariorum, which will be in charge of many spider webs seen in buildings. The Zebra Spider, Salticus scenicus, is a tiny jumping spider frequently seen on vertical surfaces like doorways and walls.

It’s common to get spiders in the vicinity of your house. But if spiders are getting out of control The Exterminators provides solutions involving the application of insecticide that will get rid of the problem guaranteed.

The easiest way of restraining spider infestation would be to minimize the pest population (other insects) inside the house so that they seek a dependable food supply outside the house. Control is better attained by following an integrated pest management (IPM) strategy that entails multiple approaches, including chemical application and exclusion. An integrated approach is required to deal with the problem for good. We will determine the type of treatment upon inspection.

The first truly disturbing trait that spiders hold is that you never know where you may come across one of them, and to negotiate every corner of your property with the constant fear of crossing their paths is indeed a disturbing thought. After all, why would you enjoy being wary of a creature in your own home or workplace.

Arachnophobia too is a concern. Some studies have revealed that around 50% of women and at least 10% of men display symptoms that point towards Arachnophobia, so you can only imagine the terror that this small creature evokes!

Moreover, the fact that spiders are venomous make them even more of a risk to have around. Of course, while all spiders hold some amount of venom that they used to kill their prey, not many spiders found around the world pose a real threat to us humans. Far less spiders that can cause serious health scares in a human being are found around human habitat. However, that doesn’t mean they do not exist.

The webs that all spiders spin and the general appearance of unkempt surroundings that these insects offer a property too is one of the main reasons why we have come to acknowledge spiders as troublesome pests.

At The Exterminators, we understand just how troublesome even a few spiders can be, and if you are up against a spider invasion, it is imperative that you hire our professional services for a comprehensive solution to your problem. Call us today on 647-496-2211 for an inspection appointment.

Spiders as a Species

There are more than 45000 species of spiders in the world today, and these arthropods are found in abundance all over the world, in every nook and corner of the planet, except the continent of Antarctica. Adapting themselves to every kind of environment, except only the air and the sea, spiders are a regular feature no matter what the kind of habitat may be, and with more than 45000 species identified already, hold the seventh place as far as diversity in species is concerned.

All spiders are predatory, with only one species identified as feeding on plants. Different spiders use different techniques to trap, subdue and then feed on their prey although most of the tactics involve the use of the strong silk they produce and use to build their webs.

Although all spiders are venomous – these insects use their venom to overcome their prey – not all spiders are a threat to human beings. In North America, for example, although thousands of spider species are found in the varying habitat of the region, there are only a couple that pose a real threat to humans as far as their venom is concerned.

Types of Spiders

There are various types of spiders that are found around human habitat in North America, including the Yellow Sac or the Black-Footed Spiders, Tarantulas, the Garden Orb Weaver Spiders, Jumping Spiders, House Spiders, Wolf Spiders, Garden Spiders, Crab Spiders, Funnel Web Spiders, Hobo Spiders, Daddy Longlegs or Harvestmen Spiders, Ground Spiders, Cellar Spiders, Brown Recluse Spiders and Black Widow Spiders.

Among these, the Wolf Spider, the Yellow Sac or Black-Footed Spider, the Brown Recluse Spider and the Garden Orb Weaver Spider are the most common species we come across, and these are the species that are usually pose a cause for concern due to their bites too.

Wolf Spider

Wolf Spiders are commonly found across the US and Canada, and growing up to around 35 millimeters, can move quite quickly in spite of their fairly larger size. Thanks to their size, they are also quite scary to come across and since they represent around 20 spider species, are sometimes difficult to identify, and are often confused with Brown Recluse Spiders, Fishing Spiders, Nursery Web Spiders or Tarantulas.

Wolf Spiders are among the unique ones when it comes to their living quarters, as they do not spin webs, but set up base in burrows. These species of spiders have a poisonous bite, and although not lethal, the bite causes severe pain that can even last up to 10 days and it could also cause swelling in the lymph glands.

Yellow Sac or Black-Footed Spider

The Yellow Sac or Black-Footed Spider measures about ¼ inch and is a distinct yellow to the palest beige in color with the slightest hint of green. The tips of its legs are dark brown, a characteristic that has given it the alternate name of the Black-Footed Spider.

This spider species is responsible for the most bites in humans in comparison with other spider species and these bites are often confused with the bite of a Brown Recluse Spider. Although not highly dangerous, the bites of this spider is quite painful, with rashes and blisters breaking out. In some cases, fever, nausea and muscle cramps too may occur. Instead of webs, this species weaves silken tubes or sacs that tend to blend perfectly with light-colored backgrounds.

Brown Recluse Spider

The Brown Recluse Spider is well-known for its distinct looks, its aggression, as well as its poisonous bite, and is also known for having six eyes as against the normal eight that most spider species usually have. The brown color of the spider, which measures a centimeter long and half a centimeter wide, may vary from one sub-species to another, although the violin-shaped mark sets it apart from other species.

The bite of Brown Recluse Spider is venomous and the medical fraternity advises victims to seek immediate medical attention if bitten by this spider species. The reactions to its bite are wide-ranging. In some cases, there is absolutely no reaction of even minor consequences, and in some cases, the bite may develop into gangrenous damaged tissue while causing nausea, sweating and other symptoms such as fever. In rare cases, if the victim is highly sensitive and if treatment is delayed, the bite of a Brown Recluse Spider could even cause death.

Garden Orb Weaver Spider

The Garden Orb Weaver Spider ranges between 2/3rd to an inch in size and is distinctly recognizable with its brown pattern in various hues as well as a bulbous abdomen. These species are not very aggressive and seldom bite, and even if they do, their venom isn’t as toxic as the others on this list. Even so, the bite can be quite unsettling.

The Exterminators Spider Control

When it comes to spider control, identifying the spider that is causing an infestation on your property is as important as dealing with the infestation itself. At The Exterminators Spider Control, we have all the necessary resources to conduct a thorough inspection of your premises and then laying out a comprehensive plan to deal with the infestation effectively.

We understand just how dangerous, even lethal, spider bites can be, and therefore encourage home and business owners to call on us at the slightest hint of a spider sighting. Call us on 647-496-2211 today for affordable and effective solutions to your spider problems.

An important first step will be to accurately identify the spider, as this decides which direction strategies to adopt that take into account unique biology and habits.

For effective spider control and removal services call the exterminators: 647-496-2211