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Spiders Facts & Information

How To Identify & Control spiders

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What do Spiders look like?

All spiders have two body sections: the cephalothorax in front and an abdomen behind. They have eight legs, all attached to the cephalothorax. On the front of the cephalothorax are the mouth, the fangs, the eyes, and two small "mini-legs" called pedipalps.

How Do You Get Rid of Spiders?


OCG professionals are trained not only to address current infestations but also to prevent future infestations. Scheduling a home inspection may help you get rid of rodents.

Problems with DIY – Homeowners may seek homemade solutions to their rodent problems. They may try a variety of repellents such as mothballs or even essential oils. These homemade methods are not capable of addressing full-blown rodent infestations.

It is recommended that anyone experiencing a rodent infestation contact a pest control professional to arrange for a consultation.

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How do I keep spiders out of my home?
Where are spiders commonly found?
Are spiders dangerous?

Where are spiders commonly found?

Spiders typically show up in dark, out of the way places such as basements and attics. Some species of spider are particularly drawn to moisture, while others seek out dry areas in your home.


Rodents & Disease – In addition to being tough to control, rodents may carry diseases and taint food with waste, fur, and saliva. In fact, mice can contaminate about 10 times the amount of food they eat.

Are spiders dangerous?

Most species of spiders aren’t poisonous, and some have fangs that are too small to penetrate the skin of humans. However, a handful of species are highly poisonous and therefore pose a serious danger to human health. The most common venomous spiders you’ll encounter in South Carolina are the brown recluse and the black widow, both of which can deliver bites that require immediate medical treatment.

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Spiders Facts

  • All spiders produce silk.
  • One species is mostly vegetarian.
  • Spiders are nearsighted.
  • Females can lay up to 3,000 eggs at one time.
  • Jumping spiders can jump up to 50x their own length. 
  • The 'daddy long-legs' you see might not actually be a spider.
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