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Like it or not, chances are there is a spider somewhere in your home right now. They are the most common pest found in homes and usually don’t give homeowners too much trouble. However, people have such an intense reaction to these creepy crawlers that there is an actual fear named arachnophobia. All spiders are not created equal, and there are a few dangerous species, but for the most part, these interesting insects are harmless.
One common trait among them is that they produce silk. This is most commonly seen in the intricate webs they build as their habitats and a place to trap their food. While it is easily brushed away when found in and around our homes, the silk possesses a great deal of uniqueness. Did you know that the silk spiders produce can actually be stronger than steel? According to an article in the New York Times, scientists have been unsuccessfully trying to replicate their silk due to its durability and extreme strength.
Finding cobwebs around your home is something that homeowners dread. It not only signals that they have made their way into your home, but they also give off the negative connotation that your home is unkempt and needs cleaning. This is a common misconception as they can spin beautiful works of art in just a few hours. Next time you see a web in the corner of your home, be sure to check out its uniqueness before you dust it away.
Illinois is home to 33 different species of spiders. The good news is that most of them don’t pose a threat. Orbs and Garden are the most common and account for most of the sightings you will see in the state. Wolf Spiders are also commonly found in the Chicago, IL area. These large spiders are often scary to humans, given their size and the fact that the female can carry hundreds of babies on her back. If you were to step on a mommy Wolf, hundreds of babies could scatter and easily give you an infestation. When you add in their top speed is 2 feet per second, they become something nightmares are made of.
The majority of these arachnids are not poisonous. Most can bite when they feel threatened, and these bites usually result in a red, itchy welt that will disappear in a few days, unless the person has an allergic reaction. That situation can become dire rather quickly. Unfortunately, a few poisonous spiders found in this region do pose a threat to humans. The Black Widow and the Brown Recluse are the two you don’t want to encounter. While extremely rare, their bites usually require urgent medical attention.
At Midwest Pest Solutions, we understand that people have different feelings about spiders and that just like a web, our customers’ needs are unique. Our family-owned and operated business is here to help you rid your home of spiders and other pests with various service plans that will meet your needs. Call us at 708-439-1324 or visit our contact us page to get you scheduled with a certified pest technician.
Spiders enter your home through loose screens and cracks under your windows and doors. They move indoors, searching for food, mates, warmth, and moisture. In fact, the presence of other pests is a common reason spiders come inside; they’re on the hunt for prey. This is why part of our spider control program also targets common household pests. Spiders never stop trying to enter your home, and the team at Midwest Pest Solutions, LLC never stops working to keep them out. So if you’re dealing with a spider problem, please give us a call at 708-439-1324.
Most spiders pose little to no threat to humans, but some species deliver painful bites that cause medical issues. In the United States, the two most common species of venomous spiders are black widows and brown recluse. If you spot either of these, please give us a call at 708-439-1324! It’s important we protect your family and pets from these poisonous pests.
Our technicians are experts at eliminating spiders and other common household pests. Keeping spiders out of your home is an ongoing effort, not a one-time treatment, so we recommend subscribing to our monthly protection plan. This service takes care of ants, roaches, spiders, rodents, and many other common household pests in Chicago, IL.
Yes! All our spider control products are applied by thoroughly trained technicians who follow standard safety measures to ensure your family and pets are kept safe before, during, and after your spider control service. If you have any questions, give us a call at 708-439-1324 today!
Gio came out and did an excellent job in targeting the areas needed to be addressed for our ant problem. I highly recommend using Mid West Pest Solutions! He was very knowledgeable and answered all of my questions.– Oscar R. in Chicago, IL We have used Midwest Pest Solutions twice. Wasps in the summer and a mouse situation recently. Both times they have been so great and easy to work with. Would continue to recommend.– Gaby V. in Chicago, IL I was very pleased with Gio’s professional expertise and his experience with Midwest Pest Solutions. They are reliant and responsible. They care about the customer and they also take pride in their work.– Cristian G. in Chicago, IL The people at Midwest Pest Solutions are so professional. They set up appointments and arrive when they are scheduled to arrive. We had a “mouse problem” as well as problems with bees, and they were able to immediately alleviate our problems. I would highly recommend this company.– Kathleen C. in Oak Lawn, IL Professional, affordable service was very much appreciated. Very polite & friendly service professional arrived promptly & clearly explained the treatment (exterior perimeter & interior application for large spiders) as well as safety precautions for my pets– Susan Q. in Oak Lawn, IL Managed to squeeze me in the last min on the same day I called, after seeing a mouse in the house, and was very thorough and informative. He came back to check traps 2 weeks later and was equally knowledgeable about how many mice might be in house and how to potentially stop our ant and spider issue. Knowledgeable about how the weather impacts each potential intruder.– Leonard B. in Oak Lawn, IL
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5.0 Star Rating ★★★★★