Spider Control

COSHH complied treatment, safe for your family and pets:

  • Utilizing highly-effective insecticides to completely get rid of all spiders and even their eggs
  • Around-the-clock availability, even on weekends and holidays
  • Professional advice on preventing further spider infestation
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Spider infestation treatment in action

Why Choose 24/7 Spider Control

Spider infestations are mostly annoying but can become dangerous. Species such as the false widow spider, the most venomous type in the UK, have a bite that can cause swelling and a severe allergic reaction. So how does our service work:

We offer a professional spider control service in London that will get rid of all the eight-legged critters on your premises for good. Not only is it budget-friendly, but it’s also safe for you and the environment.

Our service is suitable for residential and commercial properties and can be performed discreetly.

How the Spider Control Service Work

  • The first step to getting rid of spiders is having a professional assess the situation. They can tell how severe the infestation is and what kind of spiders are present. Following this, they can start the treatment process, which usually only takes one visit;
  • Although we use approved insecticides, it is recommended that you and your family and pets leave the property for a few hours after the treatment, allowing the chemicals to settle and take effect;
  • We offer a three-month guarantee that includes follow-up visits. Our technician will come back to inspect the property after the second treatment to ensure that it is effective;
  • As part of the service, the technician will offer you tips for preventing pests from invading your house. It is impossible to completely prevent insects from infesting your property, but you can minimise their presence by keeping your home clutter-free and using natural repellents.
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Michael T.
The technician was fantastic at ridding us of a rat problem in the attic. He was extremely knowledge
able, polite, friendly, and always on time. He was extremely thorough in his work and went above and beyond to rid us of the rats. We could not have been happier!
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When we discovered the rat infestation in the loft, we called 24/7 Pest Control immediately. The tec
hnician who came was fantastic. He was extremely knowledgeable, polite, friendly, always turned up when he said he would and kept us fully informed of what was happening. He was extremely thorough in his work. Highly recommend!
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Our Step-By-Step Spider Removal in London

London professionals handle the spider control service. They come fully equipped to your property, ready to tackle the infestation promptly and expertly. Our treatment is essentially a few-step process of removing various types of spiders, and it boils down to the following:

Our spider control service differs depending on the type of arachnids we treat and the property’s size. Your exterminator will choose and perform the most suitable treatment for your particular situation.

  • Getting your home ready for a pest control treatment is also an essential part of the process, and there are a few things you can do to prepare for the arrival of your pest removal expert;
  • Make sure to vacuum all affected areas you see. This way, you will remove spider eggs and webs, and we will be able to proceed with the treatment as soon as we arrive;
  • Although our pesticides are safe for you and your pets, they are powerful and need to settle for a few hours before you can stay in the affected room. Plan your free time while we deal with the spider infestation;
  • Be sure to air the house well after the treatment. Avoid hovering and washing all sprayed areas for about five days to ensure that our spider repellents will have a full effect on the infestation;
  • If the infestation is severe, we might need to perform a full property fumigation service to secure excellent results.
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Infestation Facts on Other Household Pests

  • Ant Infestation
  • Bed Bugs Infestation
  • Cockroaches Infestation
  • Fleas Infestation
  • Rat Infestation

Ants are a common pest in our homes. Suppose you want to learn more about this menace and how you can and should treat them, read more on our ant infestation page.

They are the terror that lives on your bed. This little blood-sucking house pest could be in your mattress without you even noticing it. Learn more about bed bugs and how to spot a bed bug infestation.

A pest that you don’t want to spot in your kitchen. The cockroach can quickly take over your home, especially at night. Learn some interesting facts about roaches and how to spot the signs of cockroach infestation on time.

Fleas can be a huge issue, especially if you have children and pets present on your property. Flea bites can be irritating and even dangerous in some cases. See how to spot flea infestations early and more facts on the pest.

Rats are a pest that comes into your home for food and shelter, so they like to hide in walls, basements and attics. They can be a severe health hazard and should not be allowed inside. Get familiar with their habits and signs of rat infestation.

FAQ

Why does my house have so many spiders?
There are many reasons why spiders might enter our homes, but one of them is searching for food. Insects are a primary food source for spiders, so wherever there are insects, spiders will likely follow. Eliminating pests from your home is an effective way to control spider populations.
What smells do spiders hate?
Many smells keep spiders away. The scent of citrus fruits or peppermint works well. Spiders also dislike strong odours, such as tea trees, eucalyptus, and vinegar, so you could use any of these around your home to keep them away.
Are spiders in the UK dangerous?
House spiders are generally harmless and only bite when provoked. However, false widow spiders are more dangerous, and their bites can lead to health problems. Take care to avoid these pests in your home.
How long can spiders live without food?
A spider can survive without food and water for months, depending on its age, species, and gender. In the absence of food, an average spider can last about 4-8 weeks, while without water, it can last for about three weeks. House spiders live for up to several years – females live for around 30 months, while males live for only about 18 months.