We can keep the spiders away with effective spider solutions. Call (972) 232-7285 to learn more! Spiders are common in almost all of the United States, and many species live in the Mesquite area, some posing serious health risks when they come in contact with humans. Some people want to get rid of spiders in their home because they hate the thought of spiders in their place of comfort. Others want to get rid of spiders for health reasons. Whatever your reasoning, we can help you get rid of any Mesquite spiders. We can help you get rid of your current spiders and help prevent future spiders from making their way into your house. To do this, we must get rid of your current spiders, as well as exterminate other bugs. This is because the spiders go where the bugs are. If you get rid of the bugs, then the spiders have no reason to stick around. There are two types of poisonous Mesquite spiders: the brown recluse and the black widow. Brown Recluse Removal in Mesquite, TX The Brown Recluse that you’ll find in the Mesquite isn’t very large. It is usually about of an inch in length, and is often a golden-brown color with a black line on its back. Some say this black line is in the shape of a violin, which results in the brown recluse also being nicknamed the fiddleback spider, brown fiddler, or violin spider. The brown doesn’t build the pretty webs that many other spiders do. A brown recluse web can often appear to be random threads just put together. If you see a web like this, you should call (972) 232-7285 immediately. Common areas that we’ve found Mesquite brown recluse spiders in are wood piles, sheds, basements, closets, and garages. Black Widow Removal in Mesquite, TX You’re probably at least somewhat familiar with the appearance of the Black Widow since it has fairly iconic coloring. Its body is a shiny black with a red hourglass on its underside. There are three different widow species found in Mesquite, Texas and the surrounding areas. These are the western black widow, the northern black widow, and the brown widow. We’ve found Mesquite black widows in houses, barns, basements, sheds and woodpiles. The black widow is very poisonous and is quite common. When reaching into any area that you cannot completely see, you should be sure to wear gloves to protect yourself from a potential spider bite. If you see either of these poisonous spiders you should call us immediately. It’s easy to kill the spider with something long, but that won’t help to protect you from the other spiders that are lurking where you do not see them. If you found one, you can bet yourself there are others. If you have other, non-poisonous Mesquite spiders, we’re also more than willing to assist you. We will remove the existing spiders from your home and prevent future spiders from getting in. Just give us a call today and we’ll send out our Mesquite spider removal specialists.