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Jumping Spiders

As their name suggests, jumpings spiders are small, agile pests that move rapidly and expertly when hunting or threatened. They will often use their webs to assist them in navigating and jumping throughout your home or covered places.Their incredible vision can make them hard to handle without expert help.

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As their name suggests, jumpings spiders are small, agile pests that move rapidly and expertly when hunting or threatened. They will often use their webs to assist them in navigating and jumping throughout your home or covered places.Their incredible vision can make them hard to handle without expert help.

Characteristics

Most jumping spiders that are noticed are small to moderate size (ca 4-12 mm) somewhat fuzzy looking spiders.

Smaller, two large prominent eyes looking straight forward.

Harborage

Jumping spiders are stalker hunters. They can be found on plants, walls, trees, etc where their prey (other insects) are found.

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Treatment

How we treat Jumping Spiders

For jumping spiders, the most effective ways of dealing with them include removing their habitats, trapping, and chemical control. Our experts use a residual insecticide on the outside of your home for more lasting effect. For indoor spider control: we provide dusting treatments, flowable concentrate, and microencapsulated products.

Our pest experts take a tailored approach when treating your property and work to ensure that your concerns are addressed and your home is protected, inside and out. We’re dedicated to providing you with peace of mind and making sure you enjoy your home.

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