Spider Pest Control in Temecula, Fallbrook, Oceanside, and the Surrounding Areas
The climate in Temecula, Fallbrook, Oceanside, and the surrounding areas is not only desirable for humans to live in, but also for dangerous and deadly spiders. Most of the spiders in the area are not harmful to humans, and the dangerous ones prefer to hide under furniture, in woodpiles, corners, or crevices. The Knockout Pest Control & Termite spider control technicians are experts in finding spiders. It doesn’t matter if they are indoors, in the corners of high ceilings, or outdoors under furniture or outdoor play equipment, rest assured our team will find and eliminate them. Because Southern California is home to several dangerous spiders, Knockout strongly recommends calling professionals to protect your family and remove them from your home or office.
Types of Spiders
Knockout Pest Control technicians encounter multiple spiders when performing spider extermination and spider control services, including these dangerous spiders in Temecula, Fallbrook, Oceanside, and surrounding areas.
Black House Spider
The Black House spider is dark brown to black, with a velvety appearance. Preferring dry habitats, the Black House spider typically makes its home in rocks, brickwork, sheds, window framing, under eaves, and gutters. The bite of this venomous spider is painful.
Black Widow Spiders
Black Widow spiders are the most venomous spider in North America. Their venom is 15 times more toxic than a Prairie Rattlesnake. Both the male and female Black Widow spiders are deadly to humans. Black Widow spiders are easy to identify because of their glossy black body and red hourglass shape on the female. These spiders remain close to the ground and hide near the bases of buildings, stone masonry stacks, and woodpiles. It is easy for spider control technicians, like the professionals at Knockout, to spot a Black Widow spider web because the webs are irregularly shaped and arranged in a haphazard pattern.
Brown Widow Spiders
A close cousin to the Black Widow, the Brown Widow spider is less aggressive than the Black Widow, but it can be equally dangerous. Identified with a soft brown color with black stripes, the Brown Widow spider hangs upside down from its web and has an hourglass figure on the abdomen, just like the Black Widow spider.
Also known as a funnel weaver, the Hobo spider builds funnel-like webs and waits for unsuspecting prey at the bottom of the web. Hobo spiders hide in dark areas like basements, woodpiles, or inside shoes and boots.
Although the Hobo is an aggressive spider, it typically avoids humans. But make no mistake, its bite is poisonous and dangerous. The Hobo spider is brownish in color and measures about 1/3 to 2/3 inches in length.
With its long body and hairy legs, it is easy to see why it is called a Wolf spider. This dark-colored spider likes home gardens, and the technicians at Knockout often find them hiding there. When provoked, a Wolf spider will bite, inflicting pain and possible allergic reactions to humans.
The first step during spider removal for Knockout Pest Control technicians includes de-webbing your house and the areas around your home where we find spider webs. We clean the eaves and knock down all the spider webs we find.
Spider control technicians eliminate spiders by spraying a low toxicity treatment to the exterior and interior of your home or office to enable spider extermination and to prevent breeding and future spider infestations.
As with all of their pest control services, Knockout offers one-time pest control treatments, or you can sign up for regular maintenance to keep these dangerous spiders away. For lasting spider control and other pest control services, we offer a variety of pest control service packages, including monthly, bi-monthly, and quarterly pest control protection packages.
With pest control maintenance plans from Knockout Pest Control & Termite, you receive year-round control, guaranteed. And, if you experience an infestation between scheduled visits, a technician will come back to your property to eliminate the pest problem, free of charge.