There are many ways on how to get rid of spiders effectively. However, not all ways are safe because they mostly involve the use of pesticides. It is a well known fact that these pesticides are not only harmful to the environment; they can also affect you and your family negatively especially if used unprofessionally. Nonetheless, pesticides are the only way you can kill spiders and keep them away from your house or boat successfully. It is therefore wise to engage the services of a professional when it comes to handling pesticides.
Other than spinning webs all over your house, spiders are not bothersome and keep to themselves mostly unless when provoked in any way. An angry spider can cause a sting that can be life threatening especially if left untreated. Fortunately, most spider bites and stings are easily treatable. Most spiders are actually harmless and the few poisonous ones include the widow spider and brown reduse spider. The brown reduse spider is commonly found in bathrooms, closets, garages and basements. These poisonous spiders rarely bite unless provoked by either rolling on them in bed or wearing clothes that are harboring them.
The non-poisonous species include the hair-raising tarantula. This spider can appear scary at first but it is actually very shy but can bite when provoked. They are so timid that most people actually keep them as pets. Another common and harmless spider is the garden spider. Among all spiders, this species is the most attractive. It is a bit yellowish in color and rarely ventures indoors. The wolf spider is the ugliest of all with its large hairy body with grayish stripes. Hunting spiders and jumping spiders are also pretty harmless.
Faithfully applying insecticides to all infested areas is an efficient way on how to get rid of spiders. Most spiders like to hide in damp areas like the bathroom and basement. Others prefer warm and dry hideouts while others will go for dark corners. Spraying and applying insecticide to all those area will kill them effectively.
Another way that is safe for you and your family are glue traps. Set these traps in closets, under the beds and behind furniture. Remove spider webs after the spiders are dead; this is to avoid provoking a live one. Go for pesticides that will kill the spiders as well as their eggs. Spraying your lawn with these pesticides is the only way on how to kill spiders that will prevent them from moving into your house again.