Spider Pest Control
Spiders are air-breathing arthropods that have eight legs, chelicerae with fangs generally able to inject venom, and spinnerets that extrude silk. Spiders are arachnids, a class of arthropods that also includes scorpions, mites, and ticks.
There are more than 45,000 known species of spiders, found in habitats all over the world. Ohio and Michigan are home to more than 600 species of spiders. Some spiders are indoor spiders and others prefer outdoors. Regardless of where a spider lives or what type it is, its basic needs are the same: food, water, and shelter. Spiders typically like living in quiet, undisturbed areas where moisture and food are available (food, meaning other insects).
The last thing you want to find in your home or business is a spider, let alone one of the poisonous spiders of Ohio and Southeast Michigan. In Ohio and Southeast Michigan, there are two main groups of spiders that pose a potential hazard to humans; the recluse spiders and the widow spiders. Even if you aren’t bit by one of these pests, they still make for unpleasant visitors.
At Delving Pest Control, we offer a range of discreet home pest control services to help you eliminate spiders from your home or business. We know that no one wants spiders, so we offer local spider pest control that you can trust.
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Spiders are creepy-crawly insects that no one wants to find lurking in their home or business. While you may find their webs art-like and beautiful, you likely do not want them creating one and moving in where you live or work. Spiders are not just a fear for many people, they can also pose a threat to your health. There are spiders in Northwest Ohio and Southwest Michigan whose bites can be deadly.
Spiders are air-breathing creatures that have eight legs, fangs generally able to inject venom, and spinnerets that extrude silk. There are more than 45,000 known species of spiders, found in habitats all over the world. Spiders eat and hunt by building webs and catching their prey (smaller bugs). Because there are thousands of different types of spiders, spider habitat varies depending on species. Some spiders are indoor spiders and others prefer outdoors.