Most spiders found in homes are harmless. But let's review the more common ones, so you can be on guard for the venmous varieties.
By taking proactive steps and being vigilant during this spooky season, you can ensure that Halloween remains a time for fun, thrills, and excitement—minus the unwanted arachnid and insect visitors.
If you don't want spiders coming inside, and you especially want to repel the few species that are actually dangerous, follow these five steps to "spider proof" your home.
Now that summer is in full swing, and the weather has really heated up, you might be feeling grateful for the beach weather. But you're probably not so happy about the little critters you keep finding around your home! Not only [...]
One pest that particularly annoys homeowners (especially if you have arachnophobia) is spiders. Spiders tend to build webs in the nooks and crannies of your home, because they like to live under cavernous type areas. So you might find spider [...]