SPIDERS

WHAT & WHY?

2000 different species of spiders live in Australia, providing beneficial control of insects, both inside and outside of homes. 

While all spiders have fangs, only some of them are capable of causing a threat to human life and pets.Some spider bites can be fatal, others can be quite painful, and almost all result in swelling and redness around the bite site.

Spiders predominantly live in the outdoor and garden areas of the property and the roof void, however some species do like to harbour internally.

DID YOU KNOW?

Giant Huntsman spiders have leg-spans of around 30cm!

HOW TO MANAGE SPIDERS

In the winter months spiders tend to retreat to warmer areas so that they can lay their eggs, in the summer they are more active.

SPRAY APPLICATION

We have identified areas of a property where spiders will harbour, requiring a wet spray, including: 

  • Windows

  • Door frames

  • Downpipes

  • Children's swing sets

  • Underneath outdoor furniture

  • In and around your garden shed

  • Fence line

MOST COMMON SPIDERS IN PERTH

Red-back spiders

Black house spiders

White-tailed spiders 

Daddy long-legs 

Hunstman 

Wolf spider 

POWDER

To treat the spiders in the roof void a fine powder is blown through-out.

HOW CAN I TELL IF WE HAVE A SPIDER INFESTATION?
  • Webs will appear internally and externally

  • Spiders will be located internally and externally

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