GET RID OF SPIDERS TODAY!
Whether it’s a Black Widow, Wolf Spider or House Spiders our team here at Pest Arrest are pros at spider extermination and spider control. We will complete a thorough inspection of your home to identify affected areas and come up with a customized solution for you and your home.
Our Spider Treatment is a one-time exterior and interior application that will exterminate activity within 2-3 weeks and will continue to control activity for 3 months. Our product will start working right away as soon as it’s applied! The Spider Treatment is warrantied and guaranteed – if any spiders return just give us a call! Contact Pest Arrest today for a free estimate and immediate spider control.
Reliable Answers to Common Questions.
- If you are dealing with spider activity in your home and home remedies are not getting the job done, it’s time to call a professional. There are thousands of species of spiders but luckily our Spider Treatment doesn’t discriminate. Our treatments will start working as soon as it’s supplied and will work against all types of spiders including black widows, brown recluse and wolf spiders.
- At Pest Arrest our Spider Treatments are guaranteed for 45 days from the date of application. In the unlikely event that spider activity comes back, we will too, at no additional cost under warranty. We provide professional spider extermination services to the Denver Metro area. Our treatments are safe around pets and kids too! Call Pest Arrest today!
- Wolf Spiders. Wolf spiders are relatively common in Colorado, and we tend to get many calls from clients in particular about this species of spider due mainly to their size and the fact that they are the only species of spider that can carry their babies on their back. Adult wolf spiders can get quite large. They are typically solitary and generally do not pose a serious threat to humans.
- Black Widows. Black Widow spiders are most well known for being easily identifiable with a red hourglass on their abdomen and for being venomous to humans. Black widows are somewhat common in Colorado but they tend to thrive more in cooler and darker areas such as crawlspaces rather than preferring to go into the living areas of homes.
- Woodlouse Spider. Also known as roly-poly hunters, Woodlouse spiders are generally more active at night and usually feed off pillbugs and other insects. They are also known for their large fangs and can be reddish in color. They are generally not aggressive towards humans and their venom is not known to cause medical issues.
- Spider activity within and around your home can be very difficult to get rid of using DIY methods. This is because spiders do not absorb product through their bodies the same way that humans absorb things through the skin. Spider’s legs are essentially hollow tubes that utilize internal pressure to be able to move. This is why when a spider dies, they tend to curl up because there is no longer any pressure to keep the legs extended. Furthermore, the products available to homeowners usually leave residue and odor, and can in fact be more toxic than what is available to professionals, due in part to the use of petroleum distillates. At Pest Arrest, the majority of the treatments we apply are EPA certified low-risk, with the active ingredients often used in flea treatments for pets. All of our technicians are trained in Integrated Pest Management, and we utilize the safest eco-friendly pest control products available.
- After an initial assessment, our licensed technician will explain the treatment process and what results to expect. The treatment will start working as soon as it’s applied and could take 2 weeks to eliminate spider activity; the treatment will keep killing any new ones for up to three months. The treatment typically includes an exterior perimeter application and an interior application focused on areas where activity was seen and on cracks and crevices. For continued peace of mind we recommend the ARREST™ System Quarterly Service, which protects against most common pests, including spiders.