Spiders in New England generally aren’t a health concern, but certain species (Black Widows, the Brown Recluse, etc.) can cause grave harm to people and pets.
- Daddy Long-Legs
- Yellow Sac Spiders
- House Spiders
- Brown Recluse Spiders
- American House Spiders
- Giant House Spiders
- Size: Usually not much bigger than an inch in New England
- Color: Typically brown, black and gray with 8 legs
- Most spiders are harmless to humans, but the ones that are poisonous can do serious damage
- Spider’s makes their way into your home looking for warmth and security, and once they settle in they multiply rapidly
- First signs of spider infestation are usually spider sightings and they prefer warm, dark places. Webs are also a sure sign that you might have a problem and they’re generally found in ceilings, corners of rooms and basements
The Crimes :
- Creating Unwanted Webs
- Possibility of Painful bites
Spider Problems? Contact the Spider Control Experts!
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