Brown Exterminating provides professional spider extermination in Southwest Virginia
Brown Exterminating offers black widow spider extermination in Southwest Virginia
Brown Exterminating can eliminate brown recluse spiders in Southwest Virginia

Professional Spider Extermination by Brown Exterminating

Blacksburg-Christiansburg-Radford, VA Spider Elimination

Brown Exterminating offers professional spider extermination services throughout the entire southwest Virginia area including the Blacksburg-Christiansburg-Radford, VA metropolitan region and the New River Valley. Our professional extermination technicians will promptly investigate your spider infestation and perform our highly effective standard spider elimination treatment immediately.

Brown Recluse & Black Widow Spider Termination

Although Virginia residents may be plagued by the presence of a wide variety of spider species, there are two spider species of particular concern, whose presence must be eliminated immediately due to the potential for severe reactions. The two venomous species of spiders that may pose serious health risks for Virginia residents are the relatively rare Brown Recluse Spider (Loxosceles reclusa, Sicariidae) and the more common Black Widow Spider (Latrodectus species).

If even one individual is spotted in or near your location, it is critical that an inspection be conducted to determine if other individuals or nests exist in order to have them exterminated promptly. Complete termination of all of the arachnids is necessary.

A bite by either of these two venomous species should be treated as a medical emergency. Medical treatment and antivenin should be administered as soon as possible. Brown Exterminating will eliminate your spider infestation fast (typically within a few hours). Call us and regain the peace of mind to relax within your own home.

Virginia Spider Identification

Spiders perform a valuable service to mankind by consuming pests that spread diseases, such as roaches, moths, flies, mosquitoes, fleas, earwigs, and other spiders, including the dangerous venomous species. Therefore, it can be beneficial to first identify the species of spiders that are living in your house or garden to determine whether or not the particular spider species may actually be performing a good service before exterminating them.

Many spiders that set up their webs in your yard and garden work hard to eliminate devastating pests. However, in many cases, the species of spider may be a generalist species that will consume any type of prey that it can capture, including beneficial garden helpers such as honeybees.

Identification of several of the most common spider species that are known to exist within the state of Virginia can be accomplished by previewing the following website, courtesy of spiders.us: http://www.spiders.us/species/filter/virginia/.

How to Make Your Home Unattractive to Spiders

Any spider will attempt to bite in self-defense if touched or bothered. If you have small children or curious pets in your home, you may wish to maintain your home as a completely spider-free environment. Some tips for how to make your home unattractive to spiders include:

  • Eliminating the Food Source of the Spiders (The Pest Insects that the Spider is Seeking)
  • Keeping Mulch, Firewood, Plants & Other Spider Habitat Away From Your Foundation
  • Sealing Up Potential Entry Points

If you are experiencing a spider infestation and require assistance, contact Brown Exterminating and we will come to your location, inspect your premises and provide consultation and extermination services as necessary. Call us as soon as possible when you realize that a spider issue exists: (540) 674-0612.