PEST CONTROL INFORMATION
There are thousands of species of spider in Australia, ranging from outdoor to indoor, venomous to non-venomous and web spinning to ground dwelling. Australia has some of the most venomous spiders in the world, and during warm weather they can become a problem both inside and outside the home.
How you can prepare prior to the treatment?
If we are carrying out a general pest spray, prior to this service it is best you mow your lawn, ensure your pets water and food bowls are turned over and toys removed from the floor, children's toys and belongings to also be removed from the floor. Furniture does not need to be moved prior to our services.
Preparing your home prior to our service will make our treatment work more efficiently.
How the service is carried out?
Our technicians do not use air borne sprays inside the home. A spot treatment will be used if required. This means that the service is not disruptive and there is no need for you to empty cupboards or vacate the premises while we service your property. Our service is safe and there is no odour left after it. If the technician needs to spot spray any areas inside your home the application used will not leave any odour or residue as the application is targeted to the spot where the spider is found.
All it takes is a combination of keeping your home clean and tidy (which will make it less attractive to cockroaches). For long-term prevention, it’s important to try to mop up any spills as soon as they happen, keep things tidy and store your food in sealed containers.
As with all pest protection, be sure to take your rubbish out regularly. For pet owners, cleaning your companions’ food bowls every night will stop them from hanging around.