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If you've got insects in your home- ants, flies, mosquitoes or even moths, you probably also have a spider problem. Spiders are common house invaders in the summer months, and if insects are present inside your home, spiders are sure to follow. Common house spiders usually measure less than one inch in length and are brown in color. They are not considered dangerous to humans, but can be annoying when their dusty webs are found in the corners of your home, or if anyone in your home has a fear of spiders. In the fall months, spiders are looking for places to spend the winter, and will enter your home in search of shelter. The best way to keep spiders out of your house is to anticipate a problem and take prevention measures to make sure your home is protected. Unfortunately, there is no foolproof method to prevent spiders in your home, but there are a few things you can do to try to keep spiders and other annoying insects out. All entry points in your home can allow insects to enter- doors, windows, vents, tiny gaps around utility pipes or cable wires and even your chimney can all be entry points for insects. Repairing holes in screens and using weather stripping around doors and windows can be a good solution. The use of a good silicone caulk around utility pipes and wires can close these gaps and prevent spiders from entering. Investing in a chimney cap and using hardwire mesh over vents are also effective prevention measures to keep spiders, insects and rodents out of your home. Another prevention measure that is relatively easy is to keep the floors in your home vacuumed and swept regularly. If your home is dust free, and spider webs are removed as soon as they are noticed it will help ensure that spider populations don't take hold in your home. Having your home routinely inspected by a pest control professional can also help prevent any infestations from flourishing in your home, which can help stop any serious spider problems from developing. If you find that you have spiders in your home despite these preventative measures and your spider population seems to be growing, now is the time to take steps to eliminate the infestation. Locate infestation sites if possible and clean them out with a small hand vacuum to get rid of webs and egg sacs. Removing spiders source of food can also help get rid of the problem. If they have no insects to feed on, they will not be able to survive inside your home. The use of sodium vapor lighting outdoors can also help eliminate spiders in your home, as spiders and other insects are not attracted to sodium vapor lighting. If you've taken all of the steps towards eliminating the infestation and you still are finding spiders throughout your home, it is time to contact a pest control professional. You can find over-the-counter chemicals that claim to get rid of spiders and other insects, but often these chemicals are used incorrectly which can be dangerous for your family and your pets. Pest control professionals are highly trained at getting rid of spiders and other pests, and they have the tools and knowledge to take care of all your pest problems.


If you have a spider infestation in your home, contacting a pest control company who offers pest control in your area is the best way to keep your home and property pest free. For spider control and extermination in Minnesota, Nebraska and throughout the Midwest, you can contact http://www.einfestations.com/ar/spider-infestations.php for more information.

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