Spiders in Olathe

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Spiders in Olathe

Brown Recluse spiders are common household pests in Olathe and surrounding areas

 

 

 

Spiders can be a blessing or a curse in Olathe and surrounding areas.  If you don’t know what you are looking for, you might not know which side you are on.  When we think of “bad” spiders, often times Brown Recluse comes to mind.  The Brown Recluse spiders can be very numerous and can be found virtually anywhere in the home.  Some of the best ways to keep these spiders away from your home is to remove clutter.  The brown recluse spider will live in wood piles, leaves, trash and other areas around your home.  Inside the home, sweep corners, cracks, and crevices often and maintain a clutter free environment whenever possible.  The Brown Recluse tends to hide very well, therefore by the time you notice some around the house you may very well have an infestation that will require a pest professional to properly eliminate the spiders.

Contact KC Pest Away to assess your pest control needs.  We are happy to make your home a pleasant, pest free home!

 

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Spider Control 2014

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Spider Control

Spider Control

It is time to start thinking about your home or place of business with regard to spider control in Johnson County and the greater Kansas City area.

Most spiders found in the house are not dangerous, but many people still prefer to keep them outside.  Because females lay up to 3,000 eggs in one or more silk egg sacs they are a constant problem.

Often times homes and business in our area have various spiders which can be dangerous, for instance the brown recluse spider.  They aren’t normally looking for trouble however they will attack when disturbed or provoked.

It is important to keep things clean and picked up around the foundation and basement areas.  Spiders will get in any opening, there could be hundreds that are small enough for a spider to crawl through.  Plug holes and cracks that are around your foundation, if possible.

They can come from penetrations through foundations and up through the wall and then into the main living area.  Check to see if cracks and holes in the interior walls are sealed.

Spiders can also come in through the ventilation system, small openings like window sills, door jams and other smaller holes in the walls.  They are difficult to keep out.

Most Spiders Are Farmers’ Friends

All spiders are potential predators on many insects. Most prey upon grasshoppers, flies, moths, caterpillars, leafhoppers, some bees and ants, and other spiders.

Spiders eat more insects than birds and bats combined. Because of this, they are helpful for agricultural lands, destroying huge numbers of crop-damaging insects. Since each spider in a field may consume a least one insect per day, their cumulative effect on insect populations is significant.  Spider control is one of the services KC Pest Away offers.

You can reach us at 913 937-PEST (7378) for all your pest control needs.

KC Pest Away

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