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Your Venatic Spider Treatment in Gippsland

Through our understanding of different spider behaviours, we will treat your home with a the right formulations and techniques to keep the spider populations in your home under control.

Your treatment will include all accessible areas spiders are likely to frequent including roof voids, sub floors (where applicable), external walls and windows, internal skirtings, fencing, shedding and even your clothesline and letterbox!

When booking your pest treatment, you will be provided a copy of our pre-treatment checklist.

Make sure you read this document thoroughly to ensure you get the most out of your treatment!

Spider Treatments – $300 Including our 6-month service period.

If the pests come back, so do we!

What to Expect from Your Spider Treatment

To be spider free, of course! You will notice a dramatic decrease in spider population within a few days of your treatment with numbers continuing to decrease over the next 30 days.

It is normal to see spiders from time to time during the service period, it is likely they have wandered onto your property and have not picked up enough insecticide to overcome them yet. It’s not likely they will be around much longer!

The residual life of your treatment can vary due to a number of factors such as rain, sun exposure and foot traffic. Generally, we recommend re-treatment every 6-12 months to keep spider populations under control.

The products used for your treatment are designed to have maximum effectiveness in controlling spiders while maintaining the highest level of safety for your family and pets.

What Can You Do?

Our homes provide the perfect living environment spiders. Porch lights provide a happy hunting ground for wolf spiders, lights from inside our homes draw flying prey right to the webs of window spiders and dark subfloors are a perfect place for redback spiders to hide out.

To prevent spiders gaining access inside your home, consider planting trees and shrubs away from the home and sealing access points with use of fly screens and weather seals on windows and doors.

There are many methods of DIY spider control in the home from a swift hit with a thong to use of household insecticides.

Homeowners often find it to be less hassle, less cost and more effective to engage a pest manager for annual treatments to manage spider populations in their homes.

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