Black Widow Spiders are Ready to Mate
It’s spider season in El Paso, TX, and we are ready here at Pest Defense Solutions. The fall is spider mating season, and many species are spotted more often as they are on the hunt for a mate. Spiders have been eating other insects all summer, and they are bigger and scarier than ever. No need to fear. Pest Defense Solutions offers a variety of control methods that work great on spiders. Spider control is difficult for many El Paso exterminators, but not for us. Here are three methods we use to exterminate spiders, and win!
1.) We use the right types of pesticides at the recommended rates. El Paso spiders are tough, but we use the highest quality and most effective insecticide products on the market that will eliminate all kinds of spiders.
2.) We apply thorough treatments where it counts. Our six foot exterior power spray creates a barrier around your house that protects your home from spider intruders. This same barrier is very effective as controlling other El Paso, TX pests and bugs. We also target spider harborage areas around your home, such as wood piles. Spiders love to build their webs in those cracks in your rock wall, so we inject a dust powder pesticide into the wall to kill them at the source. We also sweep down the spider webs with our long-reaching cobweb sweepers. You’ll love not having annoying spider webs up in your eves, porch areas, and around your yard.
3.) Pest control is a process, and spiders require a maintenance program of repeated pest control treatments to win. Most customers have us come bi-monthly, or once every two months for their regular maintenance spray. No spider control program would be complete without a guarantee. At Pest Defense Solutions El Paso Texas, we stand by our service. Our warranty is that if the spiders come back, we will come back and do a re-treatment free of charge.
Here are a few spider pictures taken by our technician Christian. All of these are some form of Black Widow except for the bottom right image. This is a Western Spotted Orb Weaver spider.