Spider Extermination Services

While most spiders are just a nuisance and invoke fear, you don’t want them in your home or infesting your property! In Richmond and the surrounding areas, we’ve got the perfect climate for spiders to lay their eggs and thrive. Noticing a few spiders now and then is usually nothing to worry about, but when you start to notice an excess of spiders or webs in your home, it may be time to consider a solution to your spider problem.

That’s where we come in. Don’t live in fear of spider bites, just call the spider control experts at Pest Solutions! We will thoroughly inspect your property and implement the proper treatment plan.

Ready to get spiders out of your home? Let’s get to work!

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Our Spider Control Process

  • Conduct a thorough property inspection that includes the yard and any attached or detached structures.
  • Identify the species of spiders on your property.
  • Seal entry points and remove webs that are present inside and around your home.
  • Applications of treatment in areas with activity and monitoring with traps.
  • Provide a detailed service report describing the pest treatment.
  • Provide prevention and control tips to avoid further infestations.

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Spider Species

Wolf Spiders

Appearance
Relatively large black, gray, or brown body with markings on their back; long, spiny legs; 3/8 – 1 3/8 (female) and 1/4 – 3/4 (male) inches in length ...
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Jumping Spiders

Appearance
Black, brown, tan, or gray with pale markings; furry and compact with small legs; 1/8 to 3/4 of an inch in length ...
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Common House Spiders

Appearance
Color varies from gray-brown to dark brown with dark stripes on the head and thorax, some have light brown spots on the abdomen; banded legs; females are about 1/4 - 1/2 inch long and males are 1/4 - 3/8 inch in length ...
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Brown Recluse Spiders

Appearance
Light to dark brown with dark brown violin marking on the back ...
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Black Widow Spiders

Appearance
Shiny black in color with red markings that sometimes resemble an hourglass; 1 1/2 - 1 3/8 inches in length ...
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