With over 50 years in pest control management, CFPMS have been banishing unwanted house guests for residents in Western Australia for a long time. What we don’t know about pests, isn’t worth knowing and we’re particularly well acquainted with spiders.

Our pest control methods are eco-friendly, safe, effective and the most up to date in the industry. You can be rest assured that your home, family and pets will all be protected even after we’ve undertaken a pest fumigation in your home.

Australia is home to over 2,000 species of spider and although some can be deadly, most are harmless and just a nuisance. Spiders are actually important for the eco system and will kill other bugs in your home, but if you have a large infestation or you fear you may have a venomous species on your property we are here to help!

Common Spiders Found in Western Australia

  • Redback spiders
  • Wolf spiders
  • Trapdoor spiders
  • Black house spiders
  • Huntsman spiders
  • White-tailed spiders
  • Daddy long-legs

What Causes Spider Infestations?

When spiders enter a home, they are generally seeking food and shelter. Know what they like to eat and where they like to nest and you can prevent infestations.

  • Easy points of entry. Every pest needs an entry point into your home and if you make it very easy by having multiple cracks, poorly sealed doors and windows, loose tiles and vents for example, it’s likely you could get a spider infestation. Seal up these points if you find them, to make it harder for pests to enter.
  • Clutter and unused areas. Spiders generally like to live undisturbed by humans and favour unused rooms or areas with clutter they can hide in. Try to keep unused rooms tidied and vacuumed if possible, to ward of spiders spinning their webs and multiplying.
  • Ample food sources like other bugs. If you already have another insect infestation in your home, it’s likely spiders will be attracted in the hope of scoring a meal.
  • Plants, debris and compost piles. Spiders love to hang out in and around plants, debris and compost. Keep these items away from the home, to give spiders less areas to nest.
  • Waterside homes. While you can’t move your home if you live by the water, be aware bugs are attracted to water so spiders will be attracted also.
  • Never clearing webs and egg sacs. When you notice spider webs, it’s a good idea to clear them away frequently so your homes spider population isn’t left to grow.

Professional, Efficient Spider Control and Removal

While you can take precautions to prevent spider infestations, spider extermination and prevention is a job for the experts. Whatever type of spider you have invading your home, our team at CFPMS can come to the rescue. If you notice a spider infestation on your property, call us straight away.