PUBLISHED ON January 7th, 2014
Not all spider species spend the winter in the same manner, according to natural pest control specialists. Some die in the winter after leaving behind a sac full of eggs that are ready to hatch in the spring. Others make their way into warm homes when the temperatures begin to fall. Oregon pest control experts share that there are even those are that happy to hang out in their webs in areas that offer protection from extreme conditions, like on building overhangs or under loose bark.
Oregon and Washington pest control professionals, like those at Eden, urge you to get in touch with them if you have a spider infestation in your home or suspect one. The sooner you call, the sooner your spider problem will be solved. Contact Eden to learn more.