What can make your family drop everything and run? What can strike fear upon any who catches a glimpse of terror on eight legs? Men, is there a certain tone of voice your wife or children use to scream your name and you know duty calls? Probably one of the most unsettling creatures your loved ones will face inside your home are spiders.
I am willing to bet you have found yourself wondering at multiple times, how to get rid of spiders. The Ozarks is home to an abundance of things. Our area has wonderful some wondrous natural beauty such as lakes, rivers, parks, trees, and a variety of natural resources. Unfortunately, it is also home to a plethora of eight legged friends, and I do use the term friend loosely! In fact, spiders in Arkansas are so common that most of us know what the typical spiders in the home are called by name.
One of the most common spiders in Arkansas is the wolf spider. Intrusive and frightening to see, they can become very large in size and are quick on their feet. Though they are not poisonous, they can be very intimidating simply because of their size and speed. If you have wolf spider problems, rest assured they are not dangerous and Hopper Environmental Services knows exactly how to rid your home of these pests.
The Brown Recluse is probably one of the areas best known spiders and possibly the most panic inducing. Recognized by it's brown color and unique fiddle shaped markings on it's back, that's where this little pest's nickname the fiddle spider comes from. No one wants to see one of these guys in their home! Unfortunately they are pretty common in our area. The bite of a brown recluse is poisonous, but these spiders are not typically aggressive, hence the recluse part of their name. If you spot this 6 eyed creature in your home you definitely want to take action.
Another poisonous spider found in Arkansas is the Black Widow. With a name like that, you know it is bound to be something you don't want around! The female spider is shiny black with a red hour glass figure on her abdomen. The male of the species have spots on their backs and red and yellow bands. While these spiders are fairly timid and usually only bite when threatened, their bite can result in pretty serious consequences. The bite is particularly bad for young children or the elderly, so seek immediate medical attention if you or a loved one is bitten.
Spiders thrive in the yard and especially in the leaves that have not been raked or mulched. They are also attracted by all those delicious insects that you invite into your home by leaving the porch light on in the evenings. The right type of light bulb could cut down on this all-you-can-eat spider buffet. Tips like these are a big factor in spider control.
Knowledge and experience are very important when it comes to getting rid of spiders, especially the poisonous variety. You want to make sure you have exactly what you need to take care of the issue. That is why the services of a professional will keep the shrieks of fear in your home to a minimum. The best way to get rid of spiders in Mountain Home, AR is by getting on an affordable pest control maintenance plan with a dependable local company like Hopper Environmental Services. Our team of dedicated trained professionals will make sure those arachnids do not find your home a welcoming environment. So remember, next time you discover these uninvited house guests trying to make your home their home, call Hopper Environmental Services for all your pest control needs!