We provide safe, effective spider control treatments.
No one wants to find insects in their home, but spiders are probably among the most shiver-inducing of all the creepy crawlies that may make their way onto your property. Most people have a strong aversion to spiders, but even if you don’t mind them and appreciate their ability to help control the populations of other insects on your property, you probably don’t want them getting too cozy in your home.
If you’re dealing with an arachnid infestation, or if you simply want to ensure that you’ve done everything you can to keep them out of your home, our team at Overwatch Pest Management is here to help. We offer spider control treatments to our Carroll County, Georgia customers to help keep these eight-legged invaders at bay.
When you call us for a spider control service, we’ll assess your property and put down a protective barrier that deters spiders from coming inside. We always recommend that our customers keep up with regular spider control treatments if they want to see lasting results, and we’re happy to get you on a consistent schedule that helps protect your home.
Our team understands that spiders are often very alarming for our customers, but we encourage you to stay calm if you encounter them. Despite what you may have heard, Georgia only has two spider species that are a safety risk to humans, and most of the spiders that you encounter in or around your home are harmless.
All of our pest control treatments, including spider control, are applied in accordance with EPA rules and regulations, and we try to have as little ecological impact as possible while still providing coverage to keep your home insect-free. Reach out today to learn more or get started with spider control treatments.
At Overwatch Pest Management, we are proud to provide spider control services to customers in Newnan, Carrolton, Whitesburg, Sharpsburg, Palmetto, Senoia, Turin, Grantville, Moreland, Haralson, Sargent, Peachtree City, Fayetteville, Tyrone, Brooks, LaGrange, and Douglasville, Georgia, as well as throughout Carroll County, Heard County, Coweta County, Troup County, Meriweather County, Spalding County, Fayette County, and Fulton County.