Why choose us for Phoenix Valley spider control
This comprehensive pest management approach helps to ensure that the spiders will not return, and your home or business will be spider-free.
What’s pestering you?
We work with residential, commercial and industrial clients!
What to expect
Spider management and control are unique to every location. Because spiders often come in to feed on other available pests, quality spider management must also focus on additional pests that may be present.
When our team of experts arrives, you can expect:
No one wants to share their home with pests and our technicians understand this. Residential pest control begins with a comprehensive inspection and evaluation, looking for signs of pest activity and property damage. Our experts inspect your home, they create a comprehensive treatment plan to exterminate and remove the problem pests, address any home damage, and work with you to create a deterrent and pest management solution to keep your home pest-free.
Pests in a commercial business can mean lost revenue our team understands the urgency when it comes to pest management. After initial inspection, our team gets straight to work to remove and exterminate the pests as quickly and safely as possible. For our commercial clients, we understand the problems pests create, so our main focus after clearing your business will focus on deterrents and keeping any unwanted pests from every returning.
The best form of pest management and control is keeping them from every entering your property. We use our expertise to create a deterrent program for your specific property and pest concerns in order to prevent the entry of these pests and further infestations down the road. We address points of entry to determine exclusion points and help to establish a pest-free perimeter to your home or business, ensuring that there is nothing attracting these pests inside.
Spiders can pose serious health risks
Do you suffer from arachnophobia? Does the site of a tarantula send chills up your spine? Have you sustained a spider bite?
While most of the spiders you find in the Phoenix Valley are harmless and help control the pest population, we do have some that can cause severe damage should they bite, such as the Black Widow and the Recluse.
Having these in your home or business can pose a real risk, especially to younger children.
Let us keep your home safe
Our clients love us!
“About Time Pest and Weed here in Scottsdale is one of the best pest control services we have hired! We run a small retail space downtown and sometimes get runaways from neighboring restaurants so the pest control service by them has saved us many times!”
“My experience with this company is one of showing up when expected , the service provided really works(yay, no weeds for the last two years!) and the pricing is very fair. Will continue to use in the future. Highly recommended!”
“Had seen a couple of scorpions and knew we had to have something done. They were quick to respond and the technician was nice and friendly. Haven’t had any issues since I started service.”
Contact us today!
You don’t have to live with spiderwebs in the doorways or worry about spider bites when inside or outside.
The team at About Time Pest and Weed Control will eliminate these pests and work with you to ensure they never return.
To say goodbye to spiders once and for all, contact us today to schedule your FREE inspection.
Most spiders have eight legs and two body parts, the cephalothorax and the abdomen. The cephalothorax houses the spider’s eyes, mouthparts, and brain. The abdomen contains the spider’s digestive system, respiratory system, reproductive organs, and silk-producing glands. Some spiders may have more or less than eight legs, and some may not have clearly defined body parts.
Spiders are found on every continent except Antarctica. They live in a variety of environments and can build webs to trap prey, while others hunt down their prey directly. Most spiders are more active in the spring and summer when their food sources (mostly insects) are more plentiful. However, some spiders may be active year-round, depending on the species and location.
A lot of spiders are not dangerous to humans and will only bite if they feel threatened. However, there are a few species of spiders that can pose a health risk to humans if their venom is injected. These include the black widow spider and the brown recluse spider. If you are bitten by a spider, it is important to seek medical attention immediately.
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