Spiders are often beneficial because they eat many types of insects, including those that are pests. But, when spiders make themselves at home in your home, it can lead to problems and health risks.
Typically you will find spiders in warm, dark places which are often cracks, corners or the eaves of your home – difficult places to reach.
There are more than 34,000 species of spiders that inhabit the earth, and 2,900 different species of spiders in Western Australia.
Common spiders found in the home
Some common species of spiders that can be found in buildings include:
Large flat bodied spider and is poisonous to humans but not fatal.
|Red Back Spider
Lives in and around the house; will eat small snakes, insects and frogs.
Found in cool dark places, bites can cause swelling and itchiness.
allrid starts with an inspection of the premises to determine the extent of the problem.
If required, allrid will commence with the application of insecticide to eliminate the spiders present and leave a residual protective barrier to protect from future spider infestation. This treatment will be effective for up to six months.