We’ve been responding to a number of calls recently for Kendale Lakes spiders. These calls usually stem from a variety of reasons, all of which we’re more than happy to help with.
Some people simply hate all spiders and don’t like to see them in their homes. If this is you, then we can help you get rid of your current spiders and help prevent future spiders from making their way into your house. When we get rid of the spiders in your home, we’ll also get rid of the other pests so that spiders don’t have a reason to come back in the future.
If you have seen one of Kendale Lakes’s poisonous spiders, then you’ll want one of our Kendale Lakes spider exterminators to come out today to protect your family and pets. There are two types of poisonous Kendale Lakes spiders: the black widow and the brown recluse.
Kendale Lakes Brown Recluse Exterminator
In most cases, the Brown Recluse that you would find in Kendale Lakes, Florida isn’t very large. It is usually 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch. The brown recluse is usually a brown color (as you’d expect), with a black line down its back. Some say this black line is in the shape of a violin, which results in the brown recluse also being nicknamed the fiddleback spider, brown fiddler, or violin spider. The web of the brown recluse often looks like just a bunch of threads put together. If you see a web like this, you should call us immediately. Common areas that we’ve found Kendale Lakes brown recluse spiders in are piles of wood, sheds, basements, and garages.
Kendale Lakes Black Widow Removal
You’ve likely seen a video or picture of a black widow before. Its body is a shiny black with a red hourglass on its underside. There are three different widow species found in Kendale Lakes, Florida and the surrounding areas. These are the western black widow, the northern black widow, and the brown widow. We’ve found Kendale Lakes black widows in houses, barns, basements, sheds and woodpiles. The black widow is very poisonous and is quite common. It is recommended that you always wear gloves when reaching into any area that you cannot see where your hand will be.
If you see either of these poisonous spiders you should call us immediately. It’s fairly easy to kill a poisonous spider when you see it, but this won’t help to protect you from those that you haven’t seen. If you found one, you can bet yourself there are others.
Whether you want to get rid of poisonous of non-poisonous spiders our Kendale Lakes spider experts can assist you. We will not only get rid of your existing spider problem, but we’ll protect your family and pets from future spiders. Just give us a call today and we’ll send out our Kendale Lakes spider exterminators.