Help! What Do I Need to Know about Black Widow Spider Control?

Black widow spider control is never more important than after you’ve been bitten, but there’s no reason to let the chance for a bite arise. These spiders are more common in Georgia and throughout the US, than many people realize. Unfortunately, because they make their webs in dark, out of the way places, it’s easier to accidentally run into them and trigger their defensive reflexes. They’re more likely to bite precisely because they’re harder to find, a situation that makes bite prevention frustrating, to say the least. Here’s how to make sure they don’t become a threat in your home: Check their favorite places. Black widows like to make their sprawling, cylindrical webs low to the ground in wooden structures, near wood piles and stumps, and in cardboard boxes. They frequently inhabit the area underneath porches or in wooden sheds, but they come indoors from time to time, and when they do, you can be sure they’ll hide. Storage areas, spaces underneath stairs, attic cor

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