Common House Spider
- Latin Name: Parasteatoda tepidariorum
- Length: 6mm – 2.5cm
- Color: Dull brown with different shades of brown patterened across
How to get rid of spiders?
To get a pest problem under control, inspection is the first and foremost step.
The American house Spider, or common house spider, lives in close proximity to humans. Aggressive behavior is out of character for these spiders, however, their bites do contain venom. Medical attention is not usually required for this type of spider bite, as it’s no more painful as a bee sting, and it may be treated at home in a similar fashion.
Spiders Pest Control
Spiders are arachnids, not insects. Our A-Best trained personnel can help you identify and eliminate these unwanted pests.
The common house spider can live up to one year. When it reproduces, it lays anywhere from 100 to 400 eggs per egg sack. A female produces up to 17 egg sacks and the hatchlings usually remain in the mother’s web for several days.