Spider Control Auckland Treatments

Our Spider Control Auckland treatments are a must have treatment especially in and around Auckland. Its best to have a treatment done quickly before they take hold on your guttering and inside your roof cavities.

Our homes make a great places for spiders to dwell, with many nooks and crannies to make a nest. And the modern home offers plenty of light which attracts spider food such as Flies and Moths ready to be trapped in a web.

Spiders around your home fall into two main groups; the ground dwelling spider and the spider which will make a nest on the walls of the building. Some spiders make a web which is supported on a wall but are actually a ground dwellers.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Spider Treatments in Auckland

From $165.00 to $400.00

Some Spider treatments may require only exterior or interior treatment. Some situations may require both Inside and Outside.

EcoSan also provides a weather resistant product for external treatments which may cost more since it lasts longer.

Most Spider control treatments are sufficient if applied annually. Provided of course the treatment is not washed off like with house washing or water blasting. There are exceptions to this, some people have serious Spider phobias or you may live in an area where there is higher than usual pest pressure.

Yes, it is a common combination to control both Flies and Spiders especially for interior treatments.

For effective Fly Control in Auckland, we will need to add some extra product into the treatment, but this can be done with no fuss.

Not many Spiders in Auckland will actually bite people, so even though White Tail Spiders help to control the Spider population, you don’t want these insects around your house. White Tails bite people often and they can cause serious infections in the elderly, young children and those with compromised immune systems. These bites can lead to Hospitalisation, Antibiotics, Cutting out infected tissue and Skin grafts. Although many people get bitten by White Tails and suffer little more than a sting this is not always the case. Almost Every house we treat for Spiders in Auckland will have at least one or two White Tails, so they are very common in Auckland.

Control Spiders that can harm.

In New Zealand there are few spiders which will harm mammals but they do exist. One example is the Katipo and another is the White Tail Spider. The latter is far more common around Auckland and can be found around homes in various suburbs.

The white tail is relatively harmless and its bite is not poisonous but it can be painful and bacterial infection which results can lead to serious symptoms especially where the elderly or infants are the victim. Usually a bite will result where the spider has been squashed incidentally. They have been known to charge when threatened. Contact ecosan for a quote to exterminate White Tail Spiders in your home.

The white tail is an outdoor spider, a ground dweller which hunts other spiders for nutrition. They do roam inside occasionally and can be brought in incidentally on articles left outside like the washing basket or a child’s bicycle. White tails do occasionally enter homes from the ceiling cavity through light fittings and vents.

The most appropriate treatment for white tails is a residual treatment to outdoor gardens, under patios, sub floors and ceiling cavities. Keeping the building clear of other spiders, a food source for White tails is important also.

When to remove spider webbing?

Spider webs are one reason spiders can be an unwelcome guests. They leave webs in difficult places to remove and can taint a tidy home well kept, when the diligent spider comes out of its hiddy hole and repairs a washed of web.

When should the web be removed, after a spider treatment is complete or before? The most opportune time to remove the spider web is a couple of weeks prior to the pest control being started. This way the pest manager has an idea of where the spiders are hiding as they will start to rebuild the webs and time can be utilized to treat where the spiders are hiding not on unused webbing, as these have been removed. The remaining webs may be removed with a dry broom a couple of weeks after spider control treatment.

Most practical however in most cases is to leave the webs there and remove them no earlier than a couple of weeks after the treatment. When the treatment is applied, the Spider will sense the pressure on the web and come out to investigate and then it will be quickly exposed to the control. Other spiders will be exposed to the chemical residual which will last for up to several months. Remember soft washing or water blasting after a spider pest control will reduce residual spider control so we recommend using a dry broom.

EcoSan also apply residual spider treatment to buildings after a wash has been completed to prevent spiders forming new webs

Contact Pest Control Auckland today to get rid of Spiders
and provide solutions to keep them away.

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