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Spiders belong to an ancient group of animals called the Arachnids and almost all spiders possess venom for the purpose of subduing their prey, usually insect.

The lifecycle of a spider is quite different from that of an insect as a female spider can lay up to 3,000 eggs with the spiders emerging as fully developed tiny spiders.

Spiders look for a place close to light as insects fly around light and reside in warm, dark, small spaces like wall cracks, corners and air vents amongst other places.

How Greens can help you

To successfully treat spiders a broad spectrum external spray is conducted and where possible vents, weep holes and cavity walls are dusted along with the roof voids and any harbouring areas. Different spider species harbour in different places depending on their web structures so the treatment will be conducted accordingly.

An environmental option is available – ask Robert: 0455 554 791.

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