Spider Control in Washington DC
We’ll Keep The Spiders Out Of Your House
Spiders Invading Your Home Is No Joke
From their venom to the general fear we most of us have of spiders, this can be a rough situation.
Jumping spiders live here in Washington DC. Although not aggressive, their quick jumps can startle people.
- Some spiders are venomous and could injure you or your family.
- Many spin webs that can be all over the place and difficult to remove.
- Some people are especially allergic to spider bites.
- Arachnophobia is a common fear. A general mild fear is even more common.
We Are Spider Control Experts
But having spiders all over your house isn’t all that amazing. Its just plain annoying and potentially dangerous. That’s why we do what we do.
We locate the nest and start there. By finding out where they are coming from, we can eliminate spiders at the source. Since they also might be coming in from outside, we ID all potential ingress points and will help you determine the best approach to closing off these points.
This is a grass spider in it’s burrow. These live here, too and can become rather infesting to your yard at times.
We Are Local Pest Control. And It Shows!
If you’ve ever tried to deal with a large national chain for anything, you realize quickly that it can be hard to get an issue resolved or even have the people understand where you are coming from. Local companies work differently. You are our lifeblood, the way we can feed our families, so we take pains to make sure you are treated right, right from the start.
When it comes to spider control issues, we know the spiders in the area, from black widows to common house spiders and know how to treat them all.
When it comes to service, we put you at the forefront and will bend over backwards to make sure you have a good experience. We all have bad days, though, so if something isn’t up to your expectations, call James and let him know. We’ll try to make it right.
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Don’t delay calling us to set up an appointment until its too late. We we work with your schedule to find the best time.
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Did you know…
There are over 48,000 species of spiders in the world. Most of them live for about two years or less, but tarantulas generally live to about 20+ years! The oldest living spider was named “”Number 16.”” She lived in the wild in Australia until she was 43.
Recently, scientists (actually a student!) at Rice University have used spider corpses as robotic arms to help deftly pick up small objects. This isn’t something I’d suggest trying at home, but it will be a useful, and cheap, way to produce certain types of mechanical things.
The primary reason you should be concerned with a sudden influx of spiders at your home is that they can be an indicator of an increase of their prey, other pest bugs. And with an increased food source, spiders can quickly breed into an infestation.
We do suggest if it is a single spider or two that you notice then remove them outside where they can capture flies, mosquitoes, and other pests in the yard. If you have many spiders inside the home, call us and we’ll make sure to control their population and habitat properly.
A grass spider.
A common house spider.
A wolf spider on a wall near Washington. Although similar-looking to a grass spider, it has smaller spinnarets and a different eye arrangement.
We know that not all of your questions have been answered on this page about spider control in Washington DC, so here are a couple that are commonly asked. Then, call us and ask any more you have and we’ll get you educated to make a good decision.
How much do treatments cost?
Do you do long-term treatment plans?
Will I really speak with the owner?
James answers the phone about 98% of the time. When he cannot answer, his office staff will take over. If you need to speak with him about a particular matter, though, please call and we’ll get you to him as soon as he’s available.
James is the owner of Nest Services, LLC, the company. Nest Pest Control is a DBA of the company and is thus also owned by James.