Spiders. Hell On Legs.
Spiders live in most homes across Perth and most of us simply hate them. Like a lot of our clients, we’ve got kids – So spider control is fairly close to the top our list. Spiders feeding on smaller insects and bugs – but we’ve all seen Nat Geo. Spiders make their webs around your home in search of prey, hiding in your roof, verandahs and pergolas, gardens, sheds & the kids play equipment. There webs can make the external of your home or office look untidy also. In Perth, red back spiders are probably our biggest concern, they are poisonous and can have you heading for an emergency room if you have little one that gets a nibble..
Hitting Them Where It Hurts..
Treating the externals of each home and office is a little different. As we mentioned earlier, Perth spider control can get a little tricky at times, and each building comes with its own unique challenges. That said, here’s an idea of areas generally treated – Windows frames, door frames, eaves, gutters & down pipes, alfresco & pergolas, outdoor furniture, play equipment & cubby houses, sheds – inside & out, bins, letterboxes, pool & perimeter fencing, washing lines, paved areas and garden beds. Its really important to note that we customise each treatment to its specific needs. Its not the 60s – There’s no need to hire a hotel room and move out for a few nights. Our products are water based, odourless & the treatment is dry before we go through the paperwork at your front door. And yes – the family pets are safe too.
Killing Them Softly – Dead.
Without trying to sound like a broken record, each home & office interior spider control treatment is again – different. However, here is a little bit of general treatment information on the areas we treat inside an average building. Roof voids, skirting boards & cornices, linen – kitchen & bathroom cupboards, doorways & frames, carpet edging, window sills, vents & ceiling fans, behind fridges, dishwashers & bin areas. Its very important to remember that all treatments vary greatly depending on the type of pest we are treating. This affects the type of product we use & the areas product is applied. Often, we are very targeted with our applications and less product can often mean a better result is reached.