Call us for a free quote at The majority of spiders cannot harm anyone and it is very uncommon for people to be bitten by them. To avoid any unnecessary encounters, there are a few things that you can do to ensure you keep spiders away from your home. They are unpleasant to look at and their webs can cause a mess if they infest your home or business. From Common House Spiders to Black Widows, we can give you more information about these creatures to help you get over your fears. Our highly trained specialists can provide interior and exterior treatments to places including spider harborage spots.
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North America is home to about 3, species of spiders. Thankfully, the most common types of house spiders are harmless to humans, but there are exceptions. The American House Spider is a comb-footed spider, a common type known for its webs. Sometimes referred to as daddy longlegs, the long-bodied cellar spider is not the same thing as a daddy longlegs. Spiders have two body sections and usually eight eyes. The long-bodied cellar spider builds webs, often in basements, cellars, crawl spaces, garages, and other dark spaces.
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There are more than 50, types of spiders in the world. All spiders have eight legs, no wings, and only two body parts: a thorax and an abdomen. They also all have fangs and enough venom to kill the insects that make up their diet.
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