Miami Spiders Removal

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A lot of people are not fond of spiders. However, most of them are beneficial because of their role in eating insects and other arthropods. In most circumstances, they are pretty much harmless to humans. The only two venomous spiders that are a threat in Miami are black widows and brown recluses.

Usually, poisonous spiders, such as the black widow, aren’t going to be found in your home. If they are found in homes they are typically in dimmer areas such as basements and garages. More often, black widows are found in outdoor sheds or piles of firewood.

To protect yourself, please ensure that members of your family always use thick gloves when grabbing things out of a shed. As you’re probably aware, black widows are identified by their glossy black color and red hourglass detail on the belly. The brown recluse is brown with a black line down its back. If you see either of these spiders in or around your home or business then you should call us immediately.

Black Widow

Black widows tend to be extremely timid and has been rarely reported to bite. This spider appears to be the most human-adapted species. Their webs occur anywhere with sufficient space. It is often extremely abundant in houses and other man-mad structures. They reproduce frequently and disperses rapidly, which makes them nearly impossible to remove.

Widow spiders are so timid that they only bite in self-defense, such as when they accidentally come in contact with humans. Their bite symptoms are systemic, spreading through the body via the lymphatic system. They usually start about 1-3 hours after the bite has occurred. The most common symptoms of their bite are intense pain, rigid abdominal muscles, muscle cramping, nausea, vomiting, general malaise (not feeling well), local sweating, and hypertension (high blood pressure). If left untreated, bite symptoms will generally last 3-5 days. Treatment includes Calcium gluconate and/or antivenin which is administered to relieve or counteract symptoms.

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Brown Recluse

The brown recluse is not very large. Typically, it will be a golden-brown color, with a black line on its back. The web of the brown recluse often doesn’t look similar to the webs of other spiders. It is often disorganized and does not make a nice pattern. The brown recluse is often discovered in garages, basements, sheds, and closets.

Like most other spiders, they are not excessively aggressive. It is very normal to live in a structure that infested with spiders and never get bitten. Most bites happen because of accidental body pressure on the spider, when an insect is accidentally caught against exposed skin. It can also happen while moving things or putting on a garment that they are present. Brown recluses have small teeth and their bite can’t pierce through clothes.

Their bite is initially painless. The bite site may become red and swollen. Most people who have been bitten by a brown recluse usually heals in about 3 weeks.

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Whether you have poisonous or harmless spiders, we will help you get rid of them so that your family can continue to be safe and happy. Give us a call at (305) 290-4404 today to schedule your appointment.

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