How Do I Get Rid of Spiders In My Monroe Home And Keep Them Out?


When you talk to friends and family about the spiders that are inside your Monroe home, they may tell you that spiders are helpful and that they aren’t going to do any harm, so you should leave them alone. Those people don’t have to deal with the cobwebs they leave behind and the fear of a spider jumping on them in the middle of the night, though.

There’s nothing wrong with seeking spider removal services from Guard Pest Control to take care of this problem. Arachnids can be just as helpful when hanging out outdoors rather than inside your home. We can help you remove spiders and keep them away.

What Is Considered A Spider Infestation?

We hear from customers regularly who waited to reach out to us because they weren’t sure the problem they were having with household spiders at their Monroe homes was serious enough to warrant a call to our team of experts.

The truth is that a spider infestation in your home is whatever you deem to be too many of these creatures. For people who have an intense fear of spiders, seeking a couple of arachnids may be too many. For other people, seeing cobwebs regularly in a few rooms is more than enough to want to get rid of them.

Ultimately, you are the one who decides whether you have too many spiders and need help with trying to eliminate them. We are more than happy to visit your home to take a look and give you some advice on the best way forward.

What Kinds of Spiders Are Commonly Found In Homes?

In Monroe, our team of exterminators sees many different types of house spiders. We can treat all of them, helping you return your home to normal as quickly as possible.

Some of the most common house spiders we encounter include the following:

  • Hobo spiders, have a dark stripe on medium brown bodies that are up to 1 3/4 inches in length.
  • House spiders have yellowish-brown bodies that are up to 2/5 inches in length, although much larger house spiders are possible.
  • Jumping spiders, usually have black, brown, or tan bodies that are up to ¾ inches in length.
  • Yellow sac spiders, usually have cream-to-yellow bodies that are up to 2/5 inches in length.

These spiders are primarily a nuisance, as they don’t present danger to humans. They may occasionally bite, but they don’t have venom. Should you suffer a bite, you probably will have some localized pain, along with a little bit of redness and swelling at the location of the bite. You can treat this issue with pain relievers and ice most of the time, although some people may have a more serious allergic reaction.

Although it is rare, a Washington home may occasionally have poisonous spiders like black widows and brown recluses. If you are worried that you are seeing one of these dangerous arachnids in your home, let us investigate for you and give you peace of mind about what is happening.

What Attracts Spiders To Come Inside Homes?

Understand that seeing quite a few spiders in your home could indicate that you have issues in your home with other insects, including:

  • Mosquitos
  • House flies
  • Moths
  • Cockroaches

Spiders in Washington are always on the lookout for a food source. If you have these kinds of insects indoors, it could draw spiders to the home as well. When you speak with the pros at Guard Pest Control, we can visit your home and determine whether your problem with spiders indicates a larger infestation of other insects that you do not want to see. We then can help with treatment options for everything at once.

How Do I Get Rid Of Spiders In My House For Good?

The best option for getting rid of spiders in your Monroe home is to trust the spider exterminators at Guard Pest Control. We have proven techniques that work to keep arachnids at bay, all at a reasonable price and with minimal disruption to your home and family.

Our company focuses on treating our customers like family. We know the importance of customer service, and we put all of our effort into eliminating your problem with spiders while focusing on the safety of you, your family, your pets, and our employees.

When you are ready to learn more about what we can do for you, reach out to Guard Pest Control for a free quote.