Spider Exterminators Chicago

Most pests like spiders or other similar bugs are not too expensive but you can expect to spend between $200 and $500 for professional Spider Exterminator services in Chicago. While spiders can be easy to get rid of, however spiders’ eggs hatch about 100-200 spiders per sack. Once that happens they will spread around the house and make their own nests.

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Spiders are one of the most feared pests found in households. While it is estimated that 1 out of 5 people in the United States has some sort of phobia, the fear of spiders (arachnophobia), ranks near the top of the phobia list. The debilitating fear of spiders called arachnophobia can have unwelcomed symptoms that can negatively interrupt your daily life.

Some of the Most Dangerous Spiders

Spiders are a type of arachnids. This is a class of arthropods that also includes ticks, mites, and scorpions. There are over 40,000 known species of spiders found in habitats throughout the world. There is a huge array of spiders, such as those that can jump to significant heights, spiders that have similar appearances to pelicans, and even spiders that have a cartoonish look.

Spiders range in size from just 0.11 inches long, the Samoan moss spider, to the gigantic Goliath birdeater, which is a tarantula that has a leg span of almost one foot!

The best way to get rid of spiders is by making the environment less friendly to them. Take time to remove clutter, such as compost and wood piles, rocks, and other, similar items. Caulk any cracks in the home’s foundation to eliminate points of entry for spiders and seal windows using fitted screens. Doors should be designed with sweeps and weather stripping, and regular cleaning of window shutters is necessary.

To help with spider bite discomfort, The Mayo Clinic recommends taking the following measures:

  1. Wash the infected area thoroughly with soap and warm water and keep the wound clean
  2. Place an ice pack or cool compress on the wound to aid in reducing pain and swelling
  3. Elevate the wound if possible
  4. Take over-the-counter medications (NSAIDs) for swelling and itching. You can also use aspirin or other anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce swelling

Brown Recluse Spiders

The brown recluse spider has six eyes that are arranged in semicircles in sets of 3. Each set contains 2 pairs of eyes. Brown recluse spiders are mainly found in the southeast and Midwest portion of the U.S. and the spider is known to have “secretive” behaviors. It prefers to live in dark, warm, and dry environments, such as closets, attic corners, and other hidden areas. Brown recluse spider bites are particularly dangerous because they can take three or more weeks to fully heal.

The best way to get rid of brown recluse spiders and to prevent a possible spider bites from a brown recluse spider, is to prevent them from entering your home. Ways to reduce a possible brown recluse spider infestation is:

  1. Reduce clutter in basements and garages to reduce attracting brown recluse spiders
  2. Remove all visible webs
  3. When decluttering use protective gear such as heavy gloves and proper footwear to reduce the chances of a brown recluse spider bite
  4. Clothes and shoes should not be left on the floor. Before use, clothes should be shaken out to reduce the chances of a possible brown recluse spider attack.
  5. Keep firewood and wood piles a safe distance away from the exterior of your home or business
  6. Getting the help of a licensed exterminator is the safest way to get rid of dangerous brown recluse spiders

Wolf Spider

The wolf spider is an agile and robust hunter that has superior eyesight. This type of spider lives mostly in solitude and hunts on their own. They do not spin webs. While some are opportunistic hunters and pounce on prey as it is found, others will wait for prey to pass near the entrance to their burrow. A typical diet for wolf spiders includes, crickets, grasshoppers, beetles, ants and even other spiders.

If provoked, a wolf spider may bite a human. The symptoms of a wolf spider bite include itching, mild pain, and swelling.

Ways to stop and get rid wolf spiders from entering your home include:

  1. Removing debris from your yard such as wood, rocks and firewood
  2. Removing overgrown plant life and vegetation that is near to your home and entry points
  3. Seal any cracks or holes near your home’s foundation properly. Weatherproof you home and secure windows and doors to prevent wolf spiders from entering
  4. Keep exterior lighting to a minimal level. Light attracts insects and wolf spiders like to eat other insects and spiders
  5. Make sure any items that you bring inside your home from the outdoors is free of wolf spiders and wolf spider eggs. Check firewood, rocks and dirt for signs of wolf spiders.

Black Widow Spider

The black widow spider is best known for the female’s appearance and the tendency they have to eat their mate. This is considered the most venomous spider in North America; however, if this spider bites you, it is rarely fatal to humans. The male and female black widow spiders look different, with the females having the most noticeable appearance, with black, shiny bodies and a red, hourglass-shaped marking on the underside of their abdomen. In some cases, this hourglass image may also be orange-yellow.

The best way to get rid of black widow spiders is to prevent them from entering your home and getting comfortable. Ways to reduce a possible black widow spider infestation is:

  1. Reduce clutter in basements and garages
  2. Remove all visible cobwebs
  3. When decluttering use protective gear such as heavy gloves and proper footwear to reduce the chances of a black widow spider bite
  4. Keep firewood and wood piles a safe distance away from the exterior of your home to deter black widow spiders. 20 feet is appropriate
  5. Getting the help of a licensed exterminator is the safest way to get rid of dangerous black widow spiders

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