The Invasion Begins
Cold weather comes and the doors and windows get shut until next summer. Your home is sealed up against the elements, so how did this monster get in? These fall spiders’ legs look like they could envelope those golf balls that won’t see another Brooklyn Park golf course for 6 months, but these incredible arachnids are able to squeeze through seems in the home that are imperceptibly small.
What is This Monstrosity?
Though many internet-fed myths circulate crazy rumors about their identity, the truth is much less exciting than the fiction. The most common half-fist sized uninvited, eight-legged guests are the Invasive Wolf Spider and the Two-Striped Ground Spider. Now that you know its name, you can reduce it to what it is – a nasty spider that you don’t want to face.
Why is it Here?
This nasty creature looks as though it is about to use every one of its eight legs to grab you and spin you up in its web, but this spider did not come as your mercenary. Wolf spiders got their name from natural behaviors of hunting and scavenging prey for sustenance just like the wolves you know. As temperatures cool off, these hunters and gatherers of the spider world take their hunts indoors where all their prey have begun to migrate.
Leg-to-Leg Combat No More-Call Rove Pest Control
While in the past you had to engage in leg-to-leg combat with these eight-eyed foes, better options are available. Rove Pest Control insect and arachnid specialists have the tools and knowledge of Ground Spiders and Wolf Spiders and can eliminate them from your home. Not only will they take care of the spiders that are currently terrorizing you, but they will help you determine the plan that will solve the issue before the cool fall pushes the prey and predators indoors. Call a Rove Pest Control Specialist today and send these spiders on their way!