DIY Pest Control and Prevention of Spiders
Controlling Pests that Pester You. Part 4: Spiders
Our survey showed that spiders are among the top pests that invade homes. Learn about spiders, spider behaviors and spider control.
Get Rid of Spiders in Your Home
Control spiders in your home with this How To Get Rid of Spiders.
Natural Spider Control: 9 Notable Spider Predators
When it comes to spiders, nature provides its own system of natural control, with a number of predators feeding on these often-feared creatures.
Most spiders of the U.S. are harmless, but the hobo spider, black widow spider, and brown recluse spider can be dangerous - but their bite can be prevented.
The Tarantula: A Docile, Not Deadly, Spider
Tarantulas can be as large as 12 inches in size, but tarantulas are not deadly. Read more about tarantulas.
Brown Recluse Spiders
The brown recluse is one of only three truly poisonous spiders that are common to the U.S. Find out more about this spider -- and how to prevent and control it.
Black Widow Spiders
The black widow is one of only three truly poisonous spiders that are common to the U.S. Find out more about this spider -- and how to prevent and control it.
Why Spiders Build Webs and More Fun Facts
Did you know ... spiders make the silk of their webs inside their bodies then spin it to capture insects and other prey for food. Read about this and more fun facts about spiders and their webs
Control Spiders in the Home
This article explains how to take control and get rid of spiders in your home.
The hobo spider is one of only three truly poisonous spiders that are common to the U.S. Find out more about this spider -- and how to prevent and control it.
Effective Control of Indoor Spiders
Article detailing strategies for pest control for indoor house spiders. This includes non-chemical or pest control ideas that work more effectively than spraying pesticide for spiders.
The Wolf Spider: How Dangerous is it?
The wolf spider is considered by some to be among the most dangerous of spiders. How dangerous is it and how can it be controlled?