All spiders are beneficial because they eat pest insects. Most spiders are relatively harmless and rarely come in contact with people. However, homeowners usually dislike their presence in and around homes because of the webs they leave, their “creepy” appearance, and a few are poisonous to people.

Spider Problem in Pacific Northwest

There is much confusion regarding poisonous spiders in the Pacific Northwest (PNW). This confusion extends, in many cases, even to the medical community. Only four spiders of medical importance occur in the PNW. Two of these, sac spiders in the genus Cheiracanthium, are rarely encountered.

The other two, the hobo spider and black widow spider, occur commonly in our area and may present a problem.

The black widow spider occurs in the PNW generally in dry, undisturbed areas such as firewood piles, old lumber, dry crawl spaces, bales of hay, etc. This spider is secretive, not aggressive, and rarely causes bite injuries.

The hobo spider is common in the PNW in and around houses, barns and sheds. The venom is necrotic, causing localized wounds that may be slow to heal. Males become quite common in mid-summer through fall during the mating season. Reported bites from this spider are relatively rare.

Implementing a Successful Spider Extermination Program Includes 3 Steps: Inspection, Treatment, and Aftercare

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  • The goals of the initial inspection are to locate regions in and around your home where spiders are present in large numbers.
  • We’ll also look for factors which are allowing spiders to overrun your home.


  • Spider control involves treating the perimeter of the home and the eaves and removing webs during each visit.
  • The perimeter treatment not only reduces spiders but also eliminates their food source - other insects – giving spiders less reason to visit your home.


  • Treatment should be followed with quarterly perimeter treatments to prevent re-infestation.
  • Spiders are difficult to control, but our pest control products can significantly reduce spiders around the home. The remaining spiders will be controlled by residual product when they come in contact with it.

Discourage Spiders from Returning with Quarterly Service

Dealing with spiders can get tricky because they tend to come back. You can indirectly discourage them from coming back by eliminating other insects, which are their food source. This will force spiders to seek other places. Our quarterly service will prevent spiders and other pests from swarming over your property and establishing their domain. Our quarterly service includes:

  • Protection from wood-destroying pests such as carpenter ants
  • Protection against general nuisance pests such as beetles, centipedes, earwigs.
  • Spider and accessible spider webs removal.
  • Treatment of bees and rodents.
  • Free call-back service between visits if needed.
At just $100 per quarter, our quarterly service package gives you an excellent service at reasonable prices.

Why Choose Us?

Our service is completely eco-friendly. The products and techniques implemented are 100% non-toxic to humans and pets. Excel Pest Control’s trained technicians will inspect your house for spider issues thoroughly and strategically use green techniques to help you get rid of them. After the spider infestation is taken care of, our experts will brief you on how to keep the spiders away.

Our service comes with decades of experience in pest control, which is tried, tested and trusted by the Kitsap community. We’re a local, family-owned business who always value our customers and give them the personal attention they deserve. We pride ourselves in serving our local community with excellent service and reasonable prices.

Eco-Friendly Solutions
100% Safe for Humans & Pets
Quarterly Maintenance
Free Call-Back Service

Contact Us

For a free consultation about your spider control problem, call us on (360) 895-4284, contact us online, or email us at information@excelpestcontrol.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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