Spider & Pest Services from Heritage Pest Control
For many people, spiders come with an automatic creepy factor –– and while they can help cut down on insect populations on your residential or commercial property, some also pack a powerful and poisonous bite that can be particularly harmful to humans. Especially prolific in Northern NJ are wolf, brown recluse, sac and black widow spiders, as well as gray or brown house spiders and daddy-long-legs (also known as a long-bodied cellar spider).
Spiders can be tricky housemates or business partners for North Jersey, as some are nocturnal, and enjoy making their homes in hard-to-see locations. This increases the chances of accidentally disturbing one, putting it on the defensive, and being bitten. While some spiders, such as daddy-long-legs, are relatively harmless, others may cause bites that are necrotic –– that is, the tissue around the bite site dies, and immediate medical attention becomes necessary. Those bites are often attributed to sac spiders, brown recluse spiders and black widows.
Professional Spider Removal & Extermination with Heritage Pest Control
The extermination experts at Heritage Pest Control receive several weeks of training and certifications to ensure they can remove spiders from your home or business in a safe and expedient manner. Heritage Pest Control also strives to utilize eco-friendly extermination practices, eliminating as much of an environmental impact as possible through green methods, such as limited use of insecticides.
Prevent poisonous spiders from taking over your property with help from Heritage Pest Control. We are often available to schedule your first appointment within 24 hours of your initial call, bringing your pest problem to the forefront of our agenda. Call our arachnid experts today at 866-666-3120 or visit our contact page to schedule your free pest inspection.
Heritage Pest Control removes a variety of biting pests, including venomous spiders, from homes and businesses in Bergen, Passaic, Essex, Morris and North Hudson counties.