Spider Pest Control

Spider Control Treatment

Living in Texas, you are sure to see spiders all over the place inside and outside your home. While most of these creepy creatures pose little or no danger to humans, some of them can deliver venomous bites that can lead to serious medical issues.

NTX Best Pest’s trained experts can manage and prevent spiders from entering your home and invading your property. It is important to understand that spider management and control is not a one-time treatment; it must be a regular process that requires consistent monitoring and continuous treatment. We can provide you with peace of mind knowing that your home is spider-free!

Call us today at (214) 427-1272 or schedule a free inspection.

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What Kind Of Spiders Are Found In Texas?

There are 71 documented species of spiders found in Texas, each with their own unique appearance, eating habits and habitat preferences. While many of these spiders pose minimal or no threat to people, there are a few that are very dangerous and pack a near-deadly bite.

Here are the most common types of spiders you will find in your yard or home here in Texas.

The two most common venomous spiders are the Brown Recluse and the famous Black Widow. The Black Widow is easily identified, while the Brown Recluse can easily get mixed up with many other species of spiders you may find in or near your home.

Spider Bites

Each type of spider bite, whether venomous or non-venomous, has a diverse reaction depending on the person. Venomous spiders such as the Black Widow and Brown Recluse have bites that administer venom when their fangs are injected into the skin. The reaction to these bites varies by how much venom was injected and the person’s reaction to that venom. The bite can appear to be a small blister or rash that will start out as bright red, but the surrounding skin may turn black and blue due to the decaying of the tissue around the bite area. If you believe you have been bitten by any type of spider, please seek medical attention at a local hospital or clinic.

Spider Prevention Tips

Spiders typically want to be out of sight and out of mind, which means that they look for hidden or tight spaces to make their homes or webs. In order to prevent spiders from making your home theirs, here is some helpful information.

Reduce clutter and organize items that are not typically used every day in sealed storage containers or airtight bags. Stacks of paper, newspapers and unused clothing are very common hiding spots for spiders.
Check all openings to your home such as doors and windows to ensure they are properly sealed. Replace any weather proofing or weather stripping that may be worn or have holes for spiders to enter.
Contact NTX Best Pest to set up a free consultation and evaluation. Professional treatments are the absolute best way to protect your home and family from spiders and other pests.

Schedule your free home evaluation today or contact us at (214) 427-1272 to start living spider-free.

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