How Tempe Residents Can Tell If They Have A Spider Infestation

There’s no worse feeling than seeing a spider one minute and looking up and seeing it’s gone the next; even worse, walking face-first into a web. All in all, it’s pretty safe to say that spiders are best kept outside and far away from your Tempe home. However, it doesn’t always work like that.

Why do spiders come into your home?

Spiders are notorious for entering Tempe homes and making them their own, but the real question is, “why?” If there’s one thing to know about spiders, they don’t enter your home without reason. Their number one reason for entering your home is because it’s a viable food source for them, ultimately meaning you have other pests in your home, which attracts spiders; they’re simply following their food. Spiders are entering your home for water and shelter, the same as basic human needs.

What should I do if I have spiders?

Despite spiders having the same basic needs as humans, they also tend to leave behind signs that let you know you have a spider problem, which is a good thing. Here are a few signs that mean you have a spider infestation in your Tempe home.

  • Dark Spaces
  • Egg Sacs
  • Increase In Flying Insects
  • Spider Webs
  • Spider Droppings
  • Seeing Active Spiders
Call Green Home Pest Control today

If you’ve noticed even two of these signs in your home, don’t wait to find out on your own if you have a spider infestation; call Green Home Pest Control to stop a potential problem before it has the opportunity to start.