Spider Control & Removal

Spiders are known for having eight legs versus six, and for being able to frighten you if you cross paths with one in your home. Although they are known to benefit humans by feeding on pests such as roaches, they can pose a danger, as some poisonous species can bite you or your pets.

If you’re noticing spiders on your property, then it’s time to call for spider control and removal measures to protect your family and property.

Spider Control Methods

Spider control can be achieved through home cleaning, maintenance, and eliminating other pests. If you keep your home clean and treat other pest infestations, spiders will have no reason to creep into your house looking for food. Cracked walls and worn-out roofs are known as possible spider entry points into your home, so be sure to repair and maintain those.

Spiders are known to hide in dark corners, basements, and under large furniture. Vacuum your house regularly, and destroy their webs to control them further.

Spider Removal Methods

The only spider removal method known to eliminate spiders permanently is the use of chemicals. A professional pest control company can help determine the best pesticide to use without harming you or your pets. You’ll want to get their feedback on what will be used, and follow all safety precautions during the removal process.

If you’re determined to eliminate spiders yourself, natural sprays have been proven to eliminate insects in some cases. Vinegar spray, tea tree oil, lavender oil, peppermint oil, liquid dish soap, garlic spray, black pepper, and scented candles are some natural home remedies you can use for spider control and spider removal, but serious infestations likely require professional assistance.


Take action before the spider infestation gets out of hand. Contact us to find out more about our Spider control Kent WA services and how we can help keep your home free from spider infestations.

Call the Kent Pest Control Pros for Spider control Kent WA area. We are the top exterminator in the local area.