How do you feel when you suddenly spot a spider looming on your bedroom wall or dangling in front of your face? Yikes! Panic, anxiety and shrieking are common reactions. Most people just can’t stand the sight of all of those legs and the way they move?too creepy! Bug Ivey can help make your home calm and peaceful.

About Spiders

There are 700 different species of spiders in the Carolinas. While they come in various sizes and colors, all of these eight-legged arachnids have two body parts. Inside your home, they may be lurking in quiet areas, including: shoes, closets, boxes, basements, crawlspaces, attics and garages. Outside, you may find them in sheds, outbuildings and wood piles. Spiders feed on other insects so wherever they’re plentiful, spiders will be attracted. 

While most spiders are harmless to people and pets, two species in the Carolinas are venomous and dangerous. The bite of a female Black Widow Spider injects toxins that can cause painful physical symptoms and affect heart rhythm for weeks. This can be fatal to the frail, the elderly and young children. The venom of the Brown Recluse Spider can produce nausea, fever, joint pain and rashes. 

At Bug Ivey, we’re experts in spider control.

Our technicians can identify the species on your property and create a tailored treatment program for you.

Treatment Information

Spider Treatment Information

When you call Bug Ivey, you can count on our team of experts to deliver quick, effective and lasting results to give you peace of mind. After your treatment has been completed, we will guarantee your home free from spiders for 30 days from the date of your treatment. If you have any issues during your warranty period, let us know and we will send a technician at no cost to you.

Our family-owned and operated business has been serving the Carolinas for decades. We’re dedicated to making your home a safe and peaceful environment. We’re just a phone call away.

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