Spiders are fascinating creatures that have been around for millions of years. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from the tiniest specks to huge, hairy tarantulas. Despite their often intimidating appearance, spiders play an important role in our environment, consuming countless mosquitoes and other insects that would otherwise overwhelm us. In addition to providing pest control, spiders also provide us with beautiful webs which can be admired as artworks. So next time you see a spider lurking in your home or garden, resist the urge to squish it - take a moment to appreciate its intricate handiwork and marvel at its remarkable abilities!

Pest Control in Australia

Flies and Mosquitoes

Frequently Asked Questions

Common spider species in Australia include Huntsman, White-tailed, Redback, Funnel Web and Daddy Long Legs spiders.
To reduce the risk of spiders entering your home, make sure to keep windows and doors closed and sealed properly. If possible, keep outdoor lights off at night to reduce the attraction for insects that spiders feed on. Regularly vacuum areas such as under beds and furniture to remove webs and egg sacs.
In most cases a spider bite will only cause mild symptoms such as local swelling or itching but some species can be dangerous if bitten. It is important to seek medical attention immediately if you think you have been bitten by a potentially dangerous spider such as a Redback or Funnel Web Spider.