Getting Rid of Spiders

Spider Control

The most common types of spiders in the Pacific Northwest are the Hobo Spider and the Domestic House Spider.
Black Widow and Brown Recluse are not native to the Pacific Northwest.
Lots of Spiders = Lots of Bugs

If you have a spider infestation, then you probably have a lot of bugs in general. Spiders are there because spiders eat bugs. That’s why our Spider Control Service includes treatment for general pests, at no extra charge.

End Spider problems in 3 easy steps.

Step 1


Day 1: Begin Treatment

Your Technician will inspect the perimeter, crawlspace, and eaves for spider hotspots, environmental factors, and other potential pest problems.

Spiders in the Pacific Northwest are most active in the late summer and fall, but are a year-round pest.

Step 2

Initial Treatment

Our initial Moisture Ant treatment will be completed on the same day as your inspection.

Keep in mind that Moisture Ant treatment is only a temporary fix to your infestation. Moisture Ants will keep coming back until the source of the moisture or water damage is repaired.

Step 3

All Pest Protection

Follow-ups every 30 days
No contract required

All Pest Protection is the best way to keep spiders from re-infesting. You get a preventative treatment every 3 months, or 4 times per year, and a full warranty against spiders as well as all other common pests.

All Pest Protection is covered by our Service to Service Warranty: if you see pest activity in between regular visits, just call, and we’ll come back and fix it for free.

All Pest Protection

Service to Service Warranty