They hide in basements, attics, closets and cupboards – yes, spiders! Spiders are one of the most persistent and disliked pests across Canada. Our Saskatoon spider removal helps residents get those eight-legged arachnids walking right out of your house!
Everyone is familiar with the everyday spiders like the house spider or the ‘daddy long-legs’. These types, however, are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Canadian spider species. Although these are the most common spiders throughout Canada there are more to worry about. Residents of Saskatoon and the surrounding prairie flatlands, are plagued by the predatory wolf spider.
Wolf spiders are big, dark and hairy – all the things you don’t want in a pest. There are not your average spiders. Instead of spinning webs and using them to catch their food, wolf spiders ordinarily stick to the ground floor and hunt for their prey. These arachnids are classified as beneficial they feed off of smaller insects and pests. Wolf spiders usually live in gardens, sheds, fields and in generally wooded areas but as season’s change, spiders will search out warmer places to live.
Once these pests make their way into your home, they begin navigating the behind the scenes of your home as though it were a labyrinth. Due to their size, spiders have a lot more room to creep around inside the walls, cupboards, attics and crawlspaces of your home, allowing them much more space to lay their eggs, and spread out their populations in private.
Booking an appointment for your Saskatoon spider removal has never been easier. Make your appointment on-line or by phone. With Toodaloo, you always have options. A technician is always ready to take your call.
Our Toodaloo technicians are fully trained in various methods of pest removal and extermination, capable of handling any job, of any size, professionally and efficiently. Unlike some other pest control companies our removal solutions are environmentally friendly so you know that there are no harmful chemicals being sprayed throughout your home.