Ashburn Spider Control
There’s a new place to live and hang out in Loudoun County. One Loudoun brings together all aspects of life into one location. This luxurious urban center has over 1000 new homes, 700,000 square feet of space for restaurants and entertainment, and a huge area for businesses. Everything that you need all in a close location. This is how spiders feel about your home. They have a space to put up their webs and a prime location for insects they feed on. The lights you leave on in the evenings attract them to your home. Don’t get overrun by creepy crawlies. Get quality Ashburn spider control from Green Pest Services.
Spider Web Sites
Spiders are solitary in nature. You usually find them in cluttered areas. It gives them more places to hide. The common house spider builds multiple webs to trap unsuspecting prey. Spiders make different types of webbing with their spinnerets. A stickier web is made for their traps. A finer web is used for wrapping up caught insects. A female spider uses a special web to make her egg sac. These small pouches contain up to 400 eggs. Spiders make 4 egg sacs a year. That’s a lot of spiders. Spiders rarely bite people but will do so if they are threatened. Black widow and brown recluse bites are painful.
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Year Round Spider Care
Green Pest Services delivers a great solution to this problem. Ashburn residents love our web away service. Your technician begins every treatment by brushing the peaks and eaves of your home. This will take down all webs on the outside. We use dusts that discourage spiders from putting up webs again. Green techs are Ashburn spider control experts and will give you valuable advice on how to prevent future spider outbreaks. You can count on us to keep your home spider free. Feel free to call the office and we will do retreatment services for free. Call and get on our spider route today.