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Featured Pest Control Services

Termite Inspection

We will carefully inspect your home or business for termites and provide a written guarantee for your peace of mind.

Integrated Pest Management

Home Inspection

Other Pest Control Services

Insect Removal

Need to get rid of insects fast?  We tailor each customer’s pest control service to fit their individual needs.


Rodent Control

Roach Control

Mosquito Control


Lawn Grub

Spider Control


Mole Control

Moisture Control

Moisture isn’t a living pest but it can cause many serious problems if not properly fixed. 


One aphid can produce over 70 offspring within a week, so when you see aphids, you don’t have much time to waste if you want to preserve your garden.

Spider Control

Spiders feature in horror films for a reason—they’re creepy crawly, and their webs have a Halloween vibe. Poisonous spiders can cause serious health problems and can even be deadly. The majority of spiders (other than black widows, brown recluses, hobo spiders, mouse spiders, and black house spiders) are actually harmless, but most people don’t want to share their home with them.

Note that not all spiders build webs, especially the poisonous kind. Just because you don’t see a web doesn’t mean you don’t have spiders!

How Spiders Enter
Spiders usually come into homes through open windows and doors and through gaps around door and window frames. They can also get in by being inside boxes or other items brought in from the garage or elsewhere. Usually spiders wander in while looking for food sources.

Where Spiders Are Found
You can find spiders in just about any part of your home. Some spiders are drawn to moisture, so they like basements and crawl spaces. Some prefer dry, warm areas and are often found in air vents, ceilings, and attics. Most spiders seek out dark areas.

How You Can Reduce Spiders in Your Home
There are several things you can do to help prevent a spider problem from becoming worse, including the following:

  • Ensure there are no gaps in window frames and door frames.
  • Keep doors closed.
  • Tear down webs.
  • Eliminate their food supply (bugs).
  • Keep garages free of clutter.
  • Examine boxes and bags before bringing them in from the garage or down from the attic.
  • Vacuum regularly.
  • If you do experience spiders in your home, contact us for help!

Spiders can be challenging to keep out, but once you understand spiders’ habits and functions, you can make your home less hospitable to them. Infestations will require additional measures, particularly if you’re dealing with poisonous spiders.