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Ever had a hairy legged huntsman, drop from your volkswagen’s visor? Or try to get to sleep when you’ve spotted one crawl behind your dresser, only to finally be woken up by something tickling you on your face? Nope, nope and nope.

Australia has some of the most venomous spiders in the world, and if you’ve got small children, pets, or like to spend time in the garden we don’t blame you for having the heeby jeebies when it comes to spiders. Federal Pest Control are experts in offering safe and effective Spider Control Solutions to keep your family safe.

4 Signs you have Spider problem.


1. Spider Webs

If you can see just a couple of spider webs that is one thing, and might not mean an infestation. However when you start seeing a lot of spider webs popping up, it is time to get worried – as you’re likely dealing with a Spider infestation.


2. Egg Sacs

If you have found Spider Egg Sacs that means that you’re about to have a host of new spiders inhabiting your house. If you find an egg sac, don’t leave it for tomorrow – make sure to dispose of it right away. 1000 spiders can come out of a single sac.


3. Flying Insects

Spiders have a big appetite. If you see lots of other insects, especially the flying ones, in your home, there will be a smorgasbord for spiders. Make sure you don’t leave any doors and windows open otherwise you’ll be dealing with these creepy crawlies of the spider kind.


4. Seeing Spiders

If you start seeing spiders, you must know that there are likely more. You think that you’ve got rid of the one you saw? If you see spiders in your yard or in your home you should contact a pest control professional today to take care of the problem before it gets out of hand.


Frequently Asked Questions

If there’s one spider, that means there are usually plenty more. Spiders hide in dark cracks, crevices.

It is true that the Funnel Web Spider can kill you, however an effective antivenom was introduced in 1980 and there have been no deaths in Australia since then.

One of the largest species of Spiders known is is the Giant HuntsmanHeteropoda maxima, with a leg span of 30cm found in Australia.

Common Australian spiders
  • Hunstman Spider
  • Funnel Web Spider
  • Redback Spider
  • White-Tailed Spider.
  • Black House Spider.
  • Common House Spider.
  • Daddy Long Legs Spider.
  • Garden Orb-Weaving Spider.

When bitten by a venomous spider depending on the species, symptoms may include: itching and redness, increasing pain, nausea, vomiting, sweating (perspiring),  dilated pupils, muscle spasms and even unconsciousness. It’s important to be aware that bites from spiders can cause a severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) in some people.

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