Spider Control Services
Are spider webs hanging in your ceiling corners? Have you woken up to large spiders skirting across your bedroom floor?
While we love spiders in our gardens, we’d rather they not take up residence in our homes. Spiders can live up to two years and reproduce multiple times throughout their lifespan. A spider sighting every once in a while may be normal, but multiple spider sightings throughout your home may mean a spider infestation.
Allow us to help. The pest control experts at Inman-Murphy offer professional Memphis spider control services to keep spiders outside where they belong.
Call the Spider Control Experts in Memphis
When you call us, we’ll send a trained pest exterminator to your home. Our technicians offer personalized treatment plans catered to your home and property and walk you through the extermination process so you know exactly what to expect.
Eco-Friendly Solutions – Effective on Spiders, Safe for the Whole Family
Best of all, you’ll have no concern about yourself, your pets, or your children being exposed to harsh chemicals. Your safety is our top priority so we only use safe, eco-friendly solutions for all of our pest control methods.
You’ll have peace of mind knowing your pest issue is taken care of and your family is not put in harm’s way when you choose Inman-Murphy.
How Do Spiders Get Inside?
Most spiders are harmless, but nobody likes them lurking inside their home. How do they get inside in the first place?
Spiders most often enter through open doors, broken window screens, or cracks in window frames or floors. They may also catch a ride on boxes or outdoor items brought inside a home or business.
Where Do Spiders Hide?
The hiding spot may depend on the spider. Some spiders like moisture and are most often found in basements and other damp areas in the home. Others prefer warm, dry areas in attics, upper corners of rooms, or air vents. Either way, they prefer to hide in dark areas and feed on insects and other spiders they can subdue.
Are Spiders in My Home Really a Problem?
Like we mentioned before, one or two spiders may not be an issue for most homeowners. Spiders can become an issue when multiple spiders continue to enter your home and lay eggs.
If these eggs aren’t discovered and removed, your spider problem could grow. It’s important to take care of a spider infestation at the first warning signs to avoid an army of spiders making residence in your home.
What Are the Warning Signs of Spider Infestations?
Watch for these warning signs:
- Regular spider sightings in your home
- Cobwebs in low or high corners
- Egg sacks
If you’re experiencing the warning signs of a spider infestation in your Memphis home, don’t wait another day. Call the professionals at Inman-Murphy to get rid if your spider issue.
Our professional technicians are trained to remove spiders with effective, green methods so you and your home are safe. Sleep better at night knowing your spider issue is no more.
Call us today at (901) 338-0852 or request a free quote online.
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Our Clients Say it Best
We have used Inman-Murphy for termite service since 2001. They have always provided excellent customer service and worked with us around our residents’ schedule. Whether it’s after regular business hours, or on the weekend, they are responsive to our needs with a pleasant attitude.–Memphis Jewish Home & Rehab
Inman Murphy has protected our home and family for years. With their attention to detail, technicians identify potential problems and stop them before they result in costly repairs. From termites to spiders, we know Inman-Murphy’s is there for us.–Doug Force, Homeowner
The Memphis Zoo has been using the services of Inman-Murphy for our pest control needs for over four years. It is important to us that pest control not only be timely and effective, but that it also must be done carefully and safely, so it will pose no threat to our staff, animals, or visitors. We have been very pleased with the service we have received from Inman-Murphy and would recommend them highly.–James B. Jalenak , CAO, Memphis Zoo