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Pest Control In Naples, FL

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Pest Control In Naples, FL

With our mild weather here in Naples, we can all enjoy our pools year-round, especially when using pool cages to keep the pests out. However, spiders are often an issue in and around pool cages. We at Bugs & Beyond can come in and clean your pool cage to eliminate any spider nests and webs, so you can enjoy your pool in peace. We're the premier Naples pest control company when it comes to pool cages and their eight-legged inhabitants.

Residential Pest Control In Naples

Our residential pest control for your Naples home is two-fold: We get rid of spiders in your pool cage and patio, and we eliminate mosquitoes, fleas, and ticks from your yard so you can fully enjoy your pool and surrounding areas. Our treatment includes three steps: 

  • Inspection: We start every visit to your home with a thorough inspection of your pool cage, patio, and lanai. We're looking for spiders, webs, and any conditions conducive to having spiders take up residence on your property. Our technicians even inspect your outdoor kitchen and patio furniture to make sure no spiders are hiding there. 
  • Treatment: When we treat your pool cage and outdoor living space, we use a pet and kid-friendly organic treatment that is safe to use on your pool and patio. We also treat your doors, windows, and soffits for extra spider protection. 
  • Follow Up: After we apply the treatments, we sweep the whole area to knock down webs and remove egg sacs, which can contain 100 or more baby spiders just waiting to take up residence in and around your home. 

When it comes to spiders in your pool cages, Bugs & Beyond is the premier choice for residential pest control in Naples. There's nobody else doing what we do, the way we do it, to make sure you still have full enjoyment of your pool and outdoor living space.

How Redback Spiders Could Be Getting Inside Your Naples Home

Redback spiders, also known as Australian black widow spiders, are a species of spider you definitely don't want hanging around your outdoor living space. They're venomous and will bite if threatened or provoked. Their bites can be incredibly painful, and muscle cramps, nausea, vomiting, and stomach cramps are not uncommon as a result of interactions with these spiders.

Redback spiders have black bodies with a large red stripe, similar to the hourglass shape of black widow spiders. They love warm locations and weave disorganized webs at night. They typically build their webs in dry, sheltered sites, such as shrubs, yard debris, sheds, soffits, and eaves. When they lay egg sacs, there are about 250 spiderlings in each sac. 

Your home offers the warmth and shelter redback spiders crave. They can enter through tears in window screens or screen doors, open patio doors, or cracks in your foundation and exterior walls. To prevent them from coming inside, you need to get rid of them outside. Bugs & Beyond knows how to get rid of spiders in the house, in your outdoor living spaces, and in pool cages to help prevent them from entering your home.

How Dangerous Are Orb Spiders In My Naples Home?

Orb spiders are beneficial spiders, eating nuisance insects around your home and pool. Their webs are the classic spider web – concentric circles with "spokes" radiating out from the center. There are more than 3,000 species of orb spiders, 180 of which live in North America, and it's impossible to say what type you may have around your pool and patio. 

The biggest danger of orb spiders is that you might accidentally walk through their webs, which can be traumatic for people with arachnophobia. Orb spiders rarely interact with humans, but will bite if they are cornered or threatened. However, their bites are mild, similar to a bee sting. Unless you're severely allergic to orb spider venom, you're unlikely to experience anything beyond mild pain from these bites.

Even nuisance spiders can be a problem when their populations grow. If you need to know how to get rid of spiders, contact Bugs & Beyond for a free quote, so we can help you protect your part of the galaxy.

Naples's Complete Guide To Wolf Spider Control

There are 100 species of wolf spiders in the U.S. and Canada. Their hairy bodies mean they're often mistaken for tarantulas, which aren't found in Naples. Like all spiders, wolf spiders are beneficial in that they eat garden pests and other insects you don't want running around on your property. However, they may not be your favorite houseguests. 

You're likely to see wolf spiders more in late summer and early autumn when they look for warm places to breed. If they do make it into your house, they're likely to stay on the floor near walls or underneath furniture. They tend to stay hidden during the day and come out at night to hunt. They don't use webs to capture their prey – instead, they chase down their prey on foot in the open. 

You don't need to know how to kill spiders in the house – that's what we're here for. Bugs & Beyond is your go-to solution for spiders. We can take care of spiders in your pool cage and outdoor living spaces to prevent them from entering your home in the first place. Contact us today for your free custom quote.