SPIDER

Spiders turn people away despite their unique ability to hog-tie insects.
SPRAGUE SOLUTIONS
Get rid of unsightly webbing and keep Aggressive House Spiders, Hobo Spiders and Black Widow spiders out of your business.

EDUCATION


GOOD GUYS

An exterior service three times a year is the best way to keep spiders outside where they won't upset customers, employees or maybe even you. 
 

NON-STICK

Like non-stick coating in cooking pans, building walls can be treated to prevent spider webs from sticking, prompting them to move along to other hunting grounds.

WIDOWS

Black Widow spiders are not aggressive but bite in self-defense. Bites can be dangerous to children, elderly and the infirm. Photo by Sprague tech, Jim Johnson.

DIY TIPS

Seal cracks, crevices and windows to keep spiders out.

Frequently clean webbing from walls, corners and lights. Repeatedly disturbing spider webs will encourage spiders to move elsewhere.

Lights attract insects and insects attract spiders. By moving lights off your building, you will draw insects away and spiders away from entrances where they might be likely to crawl inside.