Brown Recluse Exterminators

Brown Recluse Spider Removal

Our pest control professionals are experts at removing spiders in McKinney. Spiders are generally not a big deal to have in a home. However there are some spiders that are dangerous to have around. The brown recluse is one of these spiders.

The brown recluse is a common poisonous spider in TX. It is often very timid and hides in dark and secluded places.

Brown Recluse Extermination

If you see a brown recluse or other poisonous spider in your home, you should contact one of our experts at (214) 620-0921 immediately. If you find one of these spiders in your home, there may be others lurking nearby. There are two poisonous spiders in the McKinney area: the black widow and the brown recluse. You should give our experts a call if you think you’ve spotted either one of these poisonous spiders in or near your McKinney, TX residence.

Regularly deep cleaning areas of your property that you don’t normally visit or hang out in can help prevent poisonous spiders from invading. Never reach into a dark area without gloves; regardless of how ‘safe’ you assume it is. 

In addition, you can help prevent brown recluse spiders and others by caulking any cracks and crevices around your property that could allow spiders (and other pests) entry inside. Keep leaf piles clear and remove any debris around your property; these are great hiding spots for brown recluse spiders.

How To Identify Brown Recluse Spiders

The brown recluse that’s found in McKinney, Texas isn’t very large. Typically, it will be a golden-brown color, with a black line on its back. The web of these often doesn’t look similar to the webs of others. It is often disorganized and does not make a nice pattern. The brown recluse is often discovered in garages, basements, sheds, and closets.

Brown recluses are usually not aggressive. It is very normal to live in a structure that is infested with brown recluses and never get bitten. Most bites happen because of body pressure; when a spider is accidentally caught against exposed skin it will bite in self defense. The bite can often occur when moving objects, putting on shoes, or putting on clothes.

A bite from a brown recluse is usually painless at first. The bite site will then become red and swollen bringing on other, more severe, symptoms.


Call Our McKinney Spider Exterminators Today

Our spider control experts will get rid of your existing brown recluse problem and prevent future infestations from occurring.

If you need assistance with spiders or another pest problem give us a call today! Your safety is our priority. Call now!

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