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Spiders often make their entrance at the worst time possible. You often don’t notice their webs, or realize when they’ve made themselves at home inside your house. While most people notice spiders in the evening, a common time for them to be most active is between 6am and 8am – when most people are asleep, busy, or leaving for work. Often, in colder climates, especially as winter months approach, spiders seek warmer areas and start to invade homes more often.


Commonly grey, black, or brown


.5cm to 90cm


Fall and winter


How to identify spiders

Spiders are one of the easiest pests to identify within your home. Typically, webs appear near hard-to-reach corners of homes. Spiders like to be left alone, so you’ll often find them in darker, low-traffic areas that you may not often look to, such as cupboards, basements, and attics. As mentioned, like humans, spiders don’t like the cold, and they begin to seek warmer areas as the winter months begin. If you have other insects making a home within your house, spiders may also seek these insects for food.


Damage caused by spiders

While spiders typically do not cause structural damage to the home, there are a few ways they can cause harm, whether apparent or not. As most people know, when spiders feel threatened, they will often bite humans. – Depending on the type of spider, this can lead to swelling, or in the worst cases, death. Some types of spiders can be harmful for plants by deterring bugs that would otherwise pollinate them. Last but not least, we usually don’t encounter most spiders in our home. In spring, spiders often begin to mate, and prefer to lay their eggs within warm areas, which can lead to worse spider infestations that can become far more obvious later on.

Very pleased with the work of Empire Pest Control! We purchased a new home just about a year ago and the exterior was covered with spiders, webs and all the mess that comes with that. I couldn't stand to be on our deck cause so many spiders. We had Empire take over the spider management with great results. Definitely would recommend them!

Dorothy C.

We recently purchased a new home and the exterior was covered with spiders and webs! It was horrible! Terri did an amazingly thorough job cleaning away existing spider webs and spraying to keep them away. We will definitely have him back next year.

Deb A.

Service was quick and have seen a dramatic reduction in the spiders I had. Great service, great price!

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How Empire Pest Control tackles a spider infestation

Typically, spider treatment can be approached from indoors and outdoors. Wherever the problem starts, it’s a good idea to evaluate the problem from both angles. An indoor treatment can help eliminate spiders that have already entered the property, while both can be helpful in keeping them out altogether. We typically use chemical treatments along with a thorough search into less-often noticed areas to control or remove the pests from the property.

What does it cost for us to treat spiders?

We believe in being transparent about our pricing. We are happy to give you a more detailed quote, but these prices are our standard for spiders treatment.

$100 - $125
initial treatment
$55 - $65
monthly treatment
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