Spider Control in Seattle & Tacoma

seattle-spider-control.jpgOf the 4,000 known species of spider in the United States, the Northwest is home to quite a few. Lucky for us we only have to pay attention to a handful of dangerous species, including the Black Widow, Hobo spider and Wolf spider.

Regardless of whether a spider is poisonous or not, no one is comfortable having their home infested by spiders of any kind. Spiders can be scary and create an uncomfortable living environment. They’re especially worrisome if you have children or pets. 

If you’re finding spiders crawling around your house or property, give us a call for indoor spider control at 1(844) 293-1601 or request a free estimate for a spider inspection. 

Our Company’s Dedication to Pest Control for Spiders

Our spider control company is experienced, trained and dedicated to providing the highest quality of spider pest control in King County and Pierce County. We’ve been in the spider removal industry since 1948. We know how to get rid of spiders and we’re good at what we do. 

We strive to be the best spider exterminator and provide the best customer service around Seattle and Tacoma. We do that by caring about our customers, paying attention to their requests and communicating with them about the different options available for spider control. 

“Nice job! To the crew this October for our spider spray! We like you guys!”
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We practice safe spider pest control with all forms of spider control that we offer, whether that be through the use of spider repellent, spider traps or spider spray. Our methods for spider extermination are federally and state approved and they’re effective. 

We can help you get rid of your spiders. If you spot a hobo spider, black widow or wolf spider in or around your house, call us now at 1(844) 293-1601 or request a free estimate for spider extermination. Let us show you how to get rid of spiders the easy way!

Spider Control Services in Seattle & Tacoma

Black Widow Spider Removal

black widow spiderThe black widow spider is one of the most harmful spiders to humans around the Pacific Northwest, although rarely is their bite lethal. A black widow's bite is so dangerous because their venom affects their victim’s central nervous system. Symptoms of a black widow bite can include abdominal pain, weakness, muscle cramps, nausea and vomiting, dizziness, chest pain and difficulty breathing.

Black widows are well known by their shiny black bodies and legs, combined with a red spot on their abdomen. Females and males can be identified by the different colored marks on their abdomens. Female black widows have two deep red triangles that resemble an hourglass located on their underside. Males are marked with a row of semi-red dots with white or yellow lines around them. 

Female black widows are also much larger than males. Males usually range from 3 to 10 millimeters in length while females can grow up to 13 millimeters long. It’s important to be able to identify a female versus a male black widow because only the bites from female black widows are dangerous to humans.

Hobo Spider Control

hobo spiderUnlucky for us, when hobo spiders first landed in the United States, their destination was Seattle. They probably arrived sometime around the 1920s or 1930s. Scientists think hobo spiders were brought over on ships from Europe.

Hobo spiders may also be referred to as funnel weavers because they weave their webs in the shape of funnels. ​Funnel weaving spiders are large and brown. They range in size from approximately 11 to 18 millimeters in length and their abdomens are decorated with chevron patterns.

You can identify a male hobo from a female hobo because of the frontal palps on a male. The reproductive organs of the male stick out in front of his head. Females also have larger abdomens than males.

Wolf Spider Pest Control

wolf spiderDid you know that a wolf spider can live up to 11 years? There are over 200 types of wolf spiders; types range in size from ½ inch to 1 ½ inches in length. 

You can tell a wolf spider by its eyes; they have three rows of eyes with four small eyes on the bottom row and two eyes on the upper two rows. Needless to say this spider species has excellent eyesight. 

Female wolf spiders carry their egg sacs on the end of their abdomens by attaching them to their spinnerets. After the spiderlings hatch from their eggs, they crawl on top of the mother’s abdomen and find safety until they’re old enough to branch out on their own.

Wolf spiders can bite and their bites are venomous. Although biting is a wolf spider’s last defensive resort, humans are oftentimes bit because they pinch or disturb a wolf spider unknowingly. A female wolf spider will be more prone to biting her victim if she is defending eggs or spiderlings. Their bites can produce swelling, itching and pain to humans. 

Use Washington Tree & Lawn Care for Spider Pest Control

Get rid of spiders with Washington Tree & Lawn Care. Our spider extermination services include spider removal and spider prevention. We’ll help you get rid of spiders and we’ll stop them from coming back. We customize our spider repellent services to the type and size of spider infestation you have.

Our spider control services are safe for your pets and your family; and they’re effective. We use spider repellent methods that are federally and state approved, so you can be certain that your spider problem will be eliminated and you and your household will not be harmed. 

If you spot a hobo spider, black widow or wolf spider in or around your house, call us now at 1(844) 293-1601 or request a free estimate for spider control. Let us show you how to get rid of spiders the easy way.

Spider Removal Service Areas

Washington Tree & Lawn Care
Tel 1(844) 293-1601
Monday to Friday 7am-5pm

Washington Tree & Lawn Care is a division of Senske Services. We serve Seattle, Tacoma and the surrounding areas with spider removal services. Find out more about the services we offer for Seattle Pest Control and Tacoma Pest Control.