Spider Control Perth
No one likes finding spiders in their home. Even if you’re not afraid of them, having webs and bugs around is unpleasant and unclean. At Eco Pest Control Perth, we understand the frustration of dealing with recurring problems.
With over 10 years of experience, we have the knowledge and tools to get rid of spiders humanely and effectively. Our licensed and insured technicians use integrated pest management techniques tailored to your situation. We don’t just spray chemicals everywhere – we find long-term solutions.
Our 100% satisfaction guarantee means if they come back between treatments, we will return at no extra charge. We stand by our work and care about your comfort in your home.
Give us a call to schedule an inspection and estimate for a personalised spider control plan.
Breathe easier knowing we got your back against these unwelcome pests.
Our Experience and Expertise
We have over a decade of experience specifically dealing with spider infestations of all types and sizes. Our licensed controllers continuously train on the latest products and techniques for effective spider control services.
While not all dangerous, certain type like black widows and brown recluses can inflict painful bites. Webs can also trigger allergies and asthma. Large infestations can damage external walls and require repairs. Venomous spiders put pets and family members, especially small children, at risk.
Our Solution – How We Treat
We use integrated pest management plans tailored to your situation, including sanitation methods, exclusion tactics, growth regulators, and when necessary, targeted chemical treatments of insect growth regulators and synthetic pyrethroids. With our full inspection, we identify entry points, nesting sites, and effective treatment methods.
What Are Spiders?
These are small eight-legged creatures. They use silk made in their bodies to spin webs and egg sacs. They catch insects and other tiny animals in their webs for food. All of them have venom that comes out of fangs. They bite with these fangs to stun prey before eating it.
There are over 300 different species of spiders that live in Australia. Some are harmless, but others have venom that can harm people. Its webs can also cause allergic reactions. Getting rid of them in your home usually takes professional pest control treatment. Experts know how to safely remove its nests and keep them from coming back again.
The most species of dangerous spiders we treat in homes include daddy long legs, house beastie, Australian spider, black house spiders, huntsman, redback spiders, mouse spiders, funnel-web spiders and white-tailed spiders.
Signs of Infestation
Excessive webbing and egg sacs in corners or crevices, droppings that look like pepper flakes, visible especially at night, dead insects wrapped in silk, and multiple spider bites indicate an infestation.
How To Get Rid Of Spiders
DIY Versus Professional
While there are do-it-yourself methods to attempt controlling types of spiders, our professional treatments are more thorough, longer-lasting, and use stronger products not available to consumers. With over 300 species in Australia, identifying and mitigating infestations takes experience.
- Initial inspection and spider treatment plan
- Dust and residual chemical treatments
- Growth regulator application
- Indoor and outdoor web removal
- Exclusion tactics and air sealing
- Follow up treatments as needed
How do you get rid of spiders in the house naturally?
We use natural repellents like essential oils, diatomaceous earth, and desiccant dusts made from fossilised algae. Good sanitation and sealing entry points also help.
What chemical kills spiders instantly?
Synthetic pyrethroids are sprayed chemicals that act as neurotoxins to quickly kill their eggs on contact while leaving no residue.
Why are there suddenly so many spiders in my house?
Weather changes, nearby construction, fewer natural predators, or newly discovered entry points can cause seasonal population booms. An inspection helps determine causes.
We found a huge messy web up in our roof void. What should we do?
Large messy webs full of spinners in voids often indicate a black spider nest. This venomous type sometimes requires medical attention for bites. Professional treatment of the nest and sealing roof access is best.
“Eco Pest Control got rid of the scary huntsman spinner that used to constantly crawl over our pool deck and other outdoor furniture. Our kids can play safely again thanks to their spider control treatments.” – Jane, Applecross
“I used to hate walking through our garage because of the creepy spider webs filled everywhere. Eco cleared them out completely and I haven’t seen a web in a year since their service!” – Isaac, Attadale
“The experts from Eco was very friendly and explained everything he was doing to get rid of the white tail spiders around our home. No more arachnid sneaking into the property!” – Kate, Ferndale