Schedule Treatment Today
Serving Missoula & Western Montana
Missoula, Bitterroot Valley, Flathead lake, Kalispell, Whitefish, Butte, Anaconda, Philipsburg, Dillon
SPIDER CONTROL SERVICE
Spider Treatment & Prevention
Spiders creep most people out, and because of that, they’re often one of the most feared pests. Even though beneficial for our ecosystem, most people prefer spiders to stay outside where they belong. Here in Western Montana, we have cold winters, and it’s difficult for spiders to survive both indoors and and outdoors, however there’s a few species of spiders that can live indoors, and these types are the ones most people encounter. Key to understanding the reasons you have spiders in your home or business to understanding what is attracting them inside. This page has been compiled to help homeowners and business owners alike understand the type of spider they’re dealing with, if it’s dangerous, and how best to get rid of them.
Spiders Of Montana
SPIDER INFESTATION RESOURCES & INFORMATION
Hobo or Brown Recluse?
DO YOU HAVE OTHER PEST ISSUES?
Click icon below for more information or give us a call. 406-728-4447
Spider Control Services We Offer
- A proactive approach to pest control to limit the use of pest control products on your property.
- Professional pest control solutions for all types of pests.
- Complete commercial and residential pest control services.
- Guaranteed strategies to deal with ant infestations, control, and removal.
- Expert advice on how best to deal with your specific spider problem
With our professionally trained and certified technicians, state-of-the-art tools, and wealth of experience and expertise, you can sleep well each night knowing that your family, your home, and your business are protected.
Spider Identification and Management
A Self-Learning Resource From MSU Extension
How to identify house or comb-footed, orb weaver, funnel web, aggressive house, recluse, wolf, jumping and crab or ambush spiders.
MANY PEOPLE FEAR SPIDERS MORE THAN household insects like ants, cockroaches, crickets, and other common arthropods. This fear often is caused by a lack of information about or experience with spiders. A report by television, radio or newspaper that a person has been bitten by a black widow or a brown recluse spider often triggers a flood of queries. People call or submit samples to county agents, health departments or extension specialists requesting information about these creatures. For example, in spite of all the publicity it has been given, the brown recluse spider is not yet known to inhabit Montana, yet bites by other spiders are often misdiagnosed as brown recluse bites. And while black widow spiders are common in Montana, much of the fear concerning them is not warranted despite their unsavory reputation. County agents and health officials can do a better job of dispelling fears about spiders if they have some knowledge about spider identification and biology.
We are Western Montana’s full-service pest control provider that understands balancing environmental health and safety with eliminating your pest problems. Click the Icon below to learn more about our other services.
Get In Touch