Most Common Spiders In Phoenix

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Different kinds of spiders lead to different concerns. While we tend to think of house spiders as largely harmless, there are some spiders native to Arizona that can pose more serious risks to you and your loved ones. The problems that each of our local spiders can cause demonstrate why pest control applied by trained professionals is essential. Learn how Phoenix pest control from Uni-Tech Pest Control is your best bet for avoiding serious spider infestations.

Everything You Need To Know About Wolf Spiders 

Wolf spiders get their names from their hairy appearance and the fact that they chase down their prey, similar to the canines they are named after. While they are nocturnal, these spiders don’t hunt in packs like wolves. Wolf spiders may be larger and more terrifying than common house spiders, but they don’t tend to pose much of a threat to people or pets. Instead, they mostly keep to themselves and don’t usually bite anything that isn’t their prey. Even so, the presence of wolf spiders around your home means that other pests, the ones they are tracking and hunting, are already thriving on your property. Wolf spiders demonstrate why a spider infestation is a sign of larger pest issues on your property. Get rid of wolf spiders quickly and safely with solutions provided by Uni-Tech Pest Control. 

Everything You Need To Know About Jumping Spiders 

Several species of spiders are native to arid Arizona and fall under the category of a jumping spider. As their name suggests, these predatory spiders can leap great distances relative to their small size. While many jumping spiders don’t spin webs, some spin threads like other common spiders and can spring off their web structures. This makes them more terrifying than your typical Arizona house spiders. Again, the presence of these spiders often indicates that some other pest populations have grown unchecked for a long time. You can get rid of jumping spiders and other types of spiders in your area by scheduling prompt inspections and treatments with Uni-Tech Pest Control. 

Everything You Need To Know About Black Widow Spiders 

Now for the truly dangerous spiders, the venomous ones. Black widow spiders are one of the most dangerous spider species in all of North America. This part of the world isn’t known for having terribly venomous spiders, but black widows have a potent venom that can lead to larger health concerns when introduced into our bloodstreams. If you spot a spider bite on your skin followed by worsening health effects, like nausea or dizziness, you should seek medical attention immediately.

Since their bites are dangerous, it’s best to stay away from black widows. These spiders can be identified by their telltale red hourglass marking on the underside of their abdomen, but it’s also important to note that some black widows can have more blotchy red patterns.

Why Phoenix Homes Should Be Protected With Professional Pest Control 

Now that you know more about the frightening and dangerous spiders in Phoenix, you can probably see why professional spider treatments are helpful for Arizona property owners. Rather than trying to deal with spider infestations on your own with at-home solutions or store-bought treatments, turn to the proven methods used by Uni-Tech Pest Control. We offer treatment options for a variety of local spider species. 

The only way to keep spiders away for good and not have to worry about the threats they pose is with targeted methods from experts in pest control solutions. Not only can we deal with spiders, but we can also eliminate and prevent the other pests that draw them to your property in the first place. So don’t wait for spiders in Arizona to threaten your home before you take action. Contact Uni-Tech Pest Control today.

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