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  • Your Spider-Control Experts

    Of all the pests you might encounter in your home, none might be more heart-stopping to see than a spider. Even if it’s a harmless spider just trying to find a place to stay, spiders have a unique ability to make even the toughest among us squeamish.

    While, for the most part, spiders aren’t trying to intimidate you or pose a threat, having them in our homes is still something we’d rather avoid if we can. Spiders build webs, which are an unsightly addition no matter where they are constructed.

    And even though you’re most likely to encounter spiders that are just concerned with their own well-being, taking the time to figure out what kind of species it is – and therefore if it is dangerous or not – isn’t very important in the heat of the moment. You’d always rather be safe than sorry.

    Black Widows

    The species of spider that arguably poses the greatest risk to us here in Northern California is the Black Widow. These infamous spiders are easily distinguishable by their jet-black bodies and the red hourglass on the underside of the abdomen, and running into one is a situation we all try to avoid.

    Black widows tend to hang out in areas they think nobody will disturb them, like darkened corners of garages or calmer parts of a basement. However, they are venomous, and a bite from one will usually require prompt medical attention.

    Treating these spiders is a top priority for a lot of people and their families, and Bell Pest Control has the tried-and-true techniques and tools to make sure black widows aren’t a problem any longer for you.

    Whether you have noticed a few scattered around the garage or you simply want to prevent them from taking shelter in your home, look no further. Our technicians will implement the optimal black widow treatment plan for you, and you will be able to sleep soundly at night knowing you and your family are safe.

    Give us a call at 916-512-6035 to take the first step to eliminating black widows for good!