Yes, they do a very good job of managing some household pests but they make a fair bit of mess with their webs in so doing. And in the case of the whitetail, they can give you a nasty nip for good measure.
If you've got trees around your home, you'll have spiders. If you have grass, you've probably got spiders. In fact, if you have bare concrete with a wooden paling fence anywhere within 5 metres of your home, you've almost certainly got spiders.
And it's not just the older parts of town - some of the new build suburbs in Hamilton have been the hardest hit areas for spiders this summer. It's not their fault no-one remembered to tell them they're no longer living on a farm.
We're very good at moving spiders on from their cosy spots around your home. We know where to look and how to flush them out. What's more, we can treat your home to keep them from coming straight back into their newly vacated abode.
The great thing about moving the spiders on from your home is that they take a lot of their mates with them. Goodbye spiders, goodbye cockroaches, goodbye silverfish, flies, wasps - in fact almost all bothersome invertebrates respond to the same treatment. The notable exception is ants. They can be tackled too but they require a very different approach to the larger six and eight legged household pests.
If you'd like to move a few invertebrate freeloaders away from your home, give us a call or drop us an email and we'll pop around to assess.
Your problems can be over in a day.