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Spider Control

Spiders are scary creatures, each having their own look and we as humans do not care which ones bites and which ones don't. We just want them gone. At Why-U-Buggin Pest Control, we take great pride in providing each of our customers with a professional and guaranteed spider treatment. We eliminate the activity of all spiders using only the safest E.P.A. registered products. With our competitive pricing, thorough interior and exterior treatments, and web removal. Spider control has become our most requested service.

Spiders Commonly Found in Colorado

Brown Recluse

Brown Recluse

Scientific Name:
Loxosceles reclusa

Brown Recluse Spiders construct a nondescript, irregular web that is used almost exclusively as a retreat. The nest typically is built in hidden, secluded locations such as old newspapers, seldom-used clothes or shoes, and attics. Outdoors, the brown recluse spider is often found beneath rocks, barns and in sheds. While ranging in color from light brown, cream colored to dark-brown, they all tend to have the violin-shaped marking on its head. Recluse Spiders are not aggressive and often try to avoid conflict. However, they bite when pressed against the skin, such as when tangled in clothes, towels or clothes rarely worn. When bitten, the bite is often not felt but can be life threatening.

Black Widow

Black Widow

Scientific Name:
Latrodectus hesperus

Black widows are shy and prefer to build their webs in dry, sheltered locations where their prey is likely to travel. They are notorious spiders, feared as their bite is deadlier to its prey than a rattlesnake. In humans, however, most that get bitten suffer no damage, let alone death. In children, the elderly and the Infirm bites from the Black Widow can cause fatalities although rare. Their diets usually consist of insects but after mating in a macabre behavior with the Male Black Widow, it kills its mate and devours it. At Why-U-Buggin Pest Control we use the safest products to eliminate not only the spider but also the web it creates.

House Spider

House Spider

Scientific Name:
Tegenaria domestica

House Spiders, yellowish brown in color with eight legs, found throughout the world is a nuisance as they spread tangled, abandoned webs in search of prey, throughout your house. These spiders fling their silk at insects that get caught in their webs, they bite, inject their venom and move away from the web to allow other insects to get caught up in the trap. They then later come back to consume their prey. House spiders will play dead if they feel threatened and will bite, though not lethal to humans. House Spiders can live up to one year.

Wolf Spider

Wolf Spider

Scientific Name:
Hogna carolinensis

Wolf spiders are common household pest during the fall where they are looking for a warm place to overwinter. Found around doors, windows, houseplants, basements and garages. Wolf Spiders, unlike its name, does not live in packs but prefers to live alone. These spiders do bite and can be extremely painful, often causing an allergic reaction to the bite area. This spider also hunts its prey at night; it will climb or swim to catch its meal often feasting on other insects, including crickets, earwigs, flies and ants. Spiders must come in contacted through physical or chemical means as this is the best way of immediate and long term results.