As you break out your fall decorations, you may have noticed an abundance of spider webs or had a spider run across your hand; now the house must burn! WAIT – before you jump to meme-worthy conclusions, spiders do act as nature’s form of pest control; however, having them in your home is not ideal. Follow these tips to prevent spider encounters in your home so that you can enjoy hanging up fake cobwebs without stumbling upon a real one.

 

CLUTTER-FREE AND CAUTIOUS

  • Store all belongings that are in the attic and basement in plastic containers with a lid.
  • Shake clothing when removing from a clothes bin and shake shoes that have been sitting out.

SEAL THEM OUT

  • Replace any damaged window screens and weather-stripping.
  • Seal any existing cracks found with silicone-based caulk.

PLAY IT SAFE

  • When bringing in packages that have been on the ground outside of your home, use caution as spiders may have crawled on the package, allowing transportation inside.
  • Call a professional pest control company. If you think you have a spider infestation, an inspection will help with spider identification and a proper course of treatment.
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