Spider Pest Control
Spiders play an important part in our environment as they are essential to natural ecosystems. They usually feed on insects so they are quite beneficial to humans and very few are harmful. There are over 2000 spider species in Australia. Even though most spiders are not aggressive, they may bite in self-defence if they feel threatened. Manly Warringah Pest Control provides the best Spider Pest Control in Sydney. Spider Pest Control is the best way to eliminate the risk of getting bitten by a venomous spider.
Spiders use venom to kill their prey and this is used against humans in self-defence, however, spider fangs are often unable to pierce human skin. Those that can, may inflict pain, and in rare cases, dangerous bites.
When a human is bitten by a spider, the venom can cause numerous things. Interference with blood clotting, a breakdown of muscle and tissue, paralysis and breathing difficulties, but most commonly consists of localised pain and swelling.
When we treat a property for spiders we can either treat for webbing spiders or ground-dwelling spiders. Ground dwelling spiders include funnel webs and trap door spiders. The treatment for this is a blanket spray through the garden and grass areas. We will also look for the holes of the spiders if we can find them. They can be pretty sneaky though. It is recommended that you mow the lawns before the treatment. Webbing spiders include redbacks, common house black spiders and all garden spiders such as orb weavers and St Andrews cross.
During this treatment we will spray a blanket treatment to the outside walls of the house, paying attention to windows and doors. We will also spray all outdoor areas such as bbq areas, pergolas, outdoor furniture, pool fencing, washing lines, bushes and trees, bins, garages and sheds. We would recommend that the windows are cleaned after the treatment, not before. We also recommend that any webs are left alone until 2 weeks after the treatment. This is because spiders can hide very well and we might not hit them directly during the treatment. We want them to walk on the web that has been sprayed afterwards. If you take away the web too early, they can build a new one that won’t have any treatment on it.