We’ve been responding to a number of calls recently for Coral Springs spiders. Whatever your reason for wanting to get rid of the spiders in your home, our spider specialists are here to help.
We know that many of you hate finding any spiders in your home. If this sounds like you, then you’re in luck! Not only will we remove the spiders currently in your home, but we’ll also exterminate other pests. This ensures that the spiders don’t come back, because if there’s a source of food (bugs), then other spiders will come into your home.
If you have seen one of Coral Springs’s poisonous spiders, then you’ll want one of our Coral Springs spider exterminators to come to your home immediately. There are two types of poisonous Coral Springs spiders: the brown recluse and the black widow.
Coral Springs Brown Recluse Exterminator
In most cases, the Brown Recluse that you would find in Coral Springs, Florida isn’t very large. It is usually approximately 0.5 to 0.75 inches. 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 brown doesn’t build the pretty webs that many other spiders do. A brown recluse web can often appear to be random threads just put together. If you see a web like this, you should call us at (954) 828-0887 immediately. Common areas that we’ve found Coral Springs brown recluse spiders in are piles of wood, sheds, basements, and garages.
Coral Springs Black Widow Experts
You’re probably at least somewhat familiar with the appearance of the black widow since it has fairly iconic coloring. Its body is a shiny black with a red hourglass on its underside. There are three different widow species found in Coral Springs, Florida and the surrounding areas. These are the western black widow, the northern black widow, and the brown widow. We’ve found Coral Springs black widows in houses, barns, basements, sheds and woodpiles. The black widow is very poisonous and is quite common. When reaching into any area that you cannot completely see, you should be sure to wear gloves to protect yourself from a potential spider bite.
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.
If you want to get rid of any spiders in or around your home, for any reason, our Coral Springs 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 at (954) 828-0887 today and we’ll send out our Coral Springs spider removal specialists.