Spiders are important insects in the eco-system, feeding with mosquitoes, flies, moths, cockroaches and other pests. This way they help people by reducing the spread of disease. But considering that so many people are suffering of Arachnophobia or simply consider them disgusting, spiders themselves can become pests. Not to mention the annoying spider webs that can fill out corners of your home.
Nobody wants to live in a home full of spiders, not to mention that some species bite human flesh and have venom. As a non-expert you can’t really tell in advance which species you have in your house and if they will bite your children or not. So getting rid of them is the best solution, and for that you will need the help of a specialist.
Spiders belong to the Arachnids class, have eight legs, two body parts, and no wings or antennae. Some of them prefer damp areas like basements, while others prefer warm and dry places. They feed on small insects or smaller spiders, and as you may already know, they produce firm and elastic silk to catch their prey. Some webs are very well organized, while others are messy, depending on the species.