Brown Recluse

Banish Brown Recluse Risks from Your Home

Worried about brown recluse spiders? Our treatments at Marett Pest Control ensure safe reduction in spiders for your environment. The brown recluse spider is notorious for its venomous bite, which can lead to serious health issues. These spiders are elusive and prefer undisturbed areas. Our skilled professionals are adept at identifying and safely removing brown recluse spiders, safeguarding your home and family.

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How To Identify Brown Recluse

  • Brown recluse spiders are about the size of a quarter, including their legs.
  • They are light to dark brown, with a distinctive dark brown violin-shaped mark on their back.
  • Unlike most spiders, they have six eyes arranged in pairs.
  • They spin irregular webs, typically in undisturbed areas like closets, basements, and attics.
  • In South Carolina, these spiders are commonly found in homes, particularly in cluttered and rarely disturbed areas.

Brown Recluse Habits

  • Brown recluse spiders are nocturnal and tend to hide during the day.
  • They are not aggressive and usually bite only when pressed against human skin.
  • These spiders prefer dry, warm environments and often inhabit shoes, clothing, and bedding.
  • Their diet consists mainly of small insects.
  • Brown recluse spiders can survive for months without food or water.

How To Prevent Brown Recluse

  • Keep storage areas, closets, and basements clean and well-organized.
  • Seal cracks and crevices in walls, floors, and foundations.
  • Use sticky traps in corners and behind furniture to monitor and catch spiders.
  • Wear gloves when handling boxes, firewood, and other items stored in garages or attics.
  • Contact Marett Pest Control for professional assistance if you suspect a brown recluse infestation.
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