One spider in your Omaha, NE home is one too many. The chance of a larger infestation is probable and the spider pest control is needed. Omaha Pest Control has years of exterminating experience dealing with these arachnid pests. Call (402) 250-0425 for experienced, dependable and affordable service.
Spider Extermination in Omaha
Although sometimes thought to be insects, spiders are actually arachnids. There are somewhere in the area of 3,000 species of spiders in the United States. The spiders of most interest in the area of Omaha, Nebraska include the common house spider as well as the wolf spiders, brown recluse spiders and black widow spiders.
Controlling Spiders In Nebraska
The spiders of most interest in the area of Omaha, Nebraska include the common house spider as well as the wolf spiders, brown recluse spiders and black widow spiders. Below are some brief examples of the pests found in the Omaha metro.
- Wolf Spiders
Wolf spiders are among the largest and most common spiders in the Midwest. Females can reach up to 1 and 1/2 inch in length. They are very common in most habitats outdoors, usually in tall shrubs or dense grasses and may accidently find their way indoors.
- Garden Spiders
These spiders are the largest web-spinning spiders in Nebraska, their beautiful webs are in gardens between grasses and weeds. . Males are much smaller but the females can exceed one inch in length.
- Brown Recluse Spiders
Females measure ¼ of an inch and are tan to dark brown with a fiddle shaped marking on the top of its cephalothorax. They have 6 eyes in three groups of two. They are usually found around rocks, in tool or utility boxes, in woodpiles and many other places outside. They may also be found inside as well.
- Black Widow Spiders
Females measure ½ an inch and are black with a reddish hourglass shape on the abdomen. However, color and marking are not always a reliable means of identification. Identification is best left to a professional. Call us at Omaha Pest Control to identify and control your problem.
Are Spiders Dangerous?
Yes, the Brown recluse and Black widow are very dangerous. A visit to the emergency room is recommended if bitten by either one of these.
Is The Treatment Safe And How Soon Can You Get Here?
Omaha Pest Control uses the least amount of material possible while still resolving the problem. All products are found to be effective and registered by the EPA. Our technicians will inform you of precautions needed to be taken. We are committed to helping you ASAP, many times we can arrive the same day.