Facts about Spiders

By March 2, 2018 No Comments

Most people have seen the pest control technician spraying product on your neighbor’s house, maybe even your own. Some people swear by pest control and some prefer to do it themselves. Either way, it’s incredibly important that you understand that when you allow insects and rodents into your home, you are potentially putting you and your family’s health at risk.

Dangerous Spiders

There is a notion going around right now that spiders and actually “good” bugs because they eat other ones. If that is the definition you are going with, consider what that implies. If you have spiders in your home, it means that you also have other bugs, which can be taken care of much easier than enlisting the help of arachnids. It also means that you are willing to tolerate having poisonous spiders like Black Widows and Brown Recluse in your home, which are especially dangerous when kids and pets are around. Here in Shawnee, Kansas, there are lots of different kinds of spiders that you absolutely do not want in your home. So if you’re still thinking that the presence of spiders are a good thing, think again.

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Spreading Bacteria

Other nasty critters like cockroaches can cause respiratory and spread different viruses and bacteria. Think about this: a cockroach comes out at night and visits the tile on your bathroom, where he picks up whatever is on the ground (most likely fecal flakes). After that it skitters across the carpet and into the kitchen, where it walks across the counter and into your silverware drawer. The next morning, you notice them fleeing from the light. You then use those bacteria-ridden silverware for breakfast. That’s all it takes! It can feel overwhelming to think about trying to battle bugs and cockroaches, but if you need pest control in Shawnee, KS, Six Brothers Pest Control is here to help. If you have the time and the means, you can attempt to buy products and equipment to go it on your own. Either way, it’s time for bugs and rodents to get out of your house and out of your life.