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Wellington Spider Control

Service Assurance: Spiders are often a concern inside and out. Contrac2Kill have a wide range of products and services, as well as expert advice on how to help eradicate and prevent against spiders.

Reason For Pest: Most spiders are a nuisance primarily because of the inherent fear and psychological impact (Arachnophobia) they cause. Spiders often nest in and around the homes and their nests can make your property appear very untidy due to their webbing. All spiders are poisonous and although some spider bites can be very painful, very few are harmful to humans in New Zealand. The bite of most spiders has little to no effect on people, while a few others are of minor medical importance. The spiders of concern in New Zealand are the White Tailed Spider, Katipo Spider and the rare Redback Spider.

Season: Different types of spiders handle the winter months differently.  There are spiders, such as the Daddy Long Legs, that are well adjusted to co-exist with us in our nice warm homes.  Others will die in the winter but leave their egg sacs well protected to hatch out during spring.  Some prepare for winter by weaving a web under loose bark or building overhangs where they are insulated from the cold, whilst a few species will hibernate in winter, usually under rocks, wood piles, bark or leaves.  These don’t sleep continuously, so they can go about in search of food on those warmer winters’ days.

Where They Live: Spiders can be a particular nuisance in the home as well as in commercial and industrial buildings. They are attracted to small, warm, dark spaces like wall cracks, corners, air vents, and in the eaves of your homes. Other species prefer to stay closer to the outdoors, weaving their webs in your outbuildings, garden or near your outside lighting.

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