3 Benefits of Spiders in Your Garden

June 23, 2024

When it comes to gardening, many homeowners in Arizona may be quick to grab a can of insecticide at the sight of a spider. However, before you squash these eight-legged creatures, it’s important to consider the benefits that spiders can bring to your garden. While we understand you don’t want them in your home (because who does?), Wagner Pest Solutions explains three benefits of spiders in your garden.

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The 3 Most Common Fall Pests

September 9, 2022

Fall is when the weather begins to cool down and the leaves start to change color. Unfortunately, it’s also a time when pests start looking for a warm place to spend the cooler nights. Your home is the perfect spot for them, and they can cause a lot of damage in the process. Here are three of the most common pests that you need to watch out for this fall. If you spot any of these, make sure you call Wagner Pest Solutions!

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Bon Appetit: Black Widows’ Favorite Insects to Eat

July 11, 2022

If you’re like most people, the mention of black widows sends a shiver up your spine. These venomous spiders are notorious for their deadly bite, which can be fatal to humans. So, it shouldn’t be surprising that these spiders are also voracious predators and love to eat other insects. In fact, some of these on the menu are pests Wagner Pest Solution can help you get rid of!

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3 Little-Known Spider Facts That Make Your Skin Crawl

April 25, 2022

There is something inherently creepy about spiders. Maybe it’s their eight legs or the way they spin webs in dark corners. Whatever it is, spiders give many people the creeps! Spiders also tend to show up in places you don’t want them, including the bathrooms or bedrooms. You might even find one scurrying across the kitchen floor. Additionally, these little-known spider facts are why many residents call Wagner Pest Solutions for help.

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5 Types of Spider Webs

April 15, 2021

One of the tell-tale signs that you’ve got a spider problem is the webs they weave. But, unless you see the spider itself, it can be difficult to pinpoint which spider is responsible for the web. Spiders are very efficient when spinning their webs, and many of them seem to appear overnight. While most homeowners are quick to destroy a spider web, Wagner Pest Solutions wants you to know that you can learn a lot about the spider just by its web. Here’s how to tell all of these webs apart.

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3 Crucial Steps to Take After a Spider Bite

March 15, 2021

Spiders are a common household nuisance for Arizona residents. While most household spiders are not dangerous or deadly, we can’t say the same for the black widow and the Arizona brown spider. As the true cousin of the brown recluse, the Arizona brown spider bite packs a punch. The black widow spider bite may go unnoticed for several hours, but then suddenly become unbearable. If you suspect you’ve been bitten by one of these two spiders, here are some crucial next steps. Next, call the professionals at Wagner Pest Solutions for spider control around your home.

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Why You Have Spiders in Your Home

July 29, 2020

During the fall, many homeowners begin to notice more spiders in their homes. They appear out of nowhere, and you begin to see webs in every corner. While being fearful of spiders is normal, most of them are relatively harmless. In fact, of the 3700 species of spiders in the United States, only a few are toxic to humans. Still, these creepy little crawlers call for pest control services from Wagner Pest Solutions.

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3 Ways to Keep Spiders Out of Your Home

January 27, 2020

Spiders are probably one of the least favorite creatures to see in your home. Besides looking creepy, some are dangerous to humans and pets. Both the black widow spider and brown recluse spider are found here in Arizona. So how do you protect your home from becoming a habitat for these unwanted guests? At Wagner Pest Solutions, we get over 100 calls a year about black widow spider bites alone, so we have a few ideas on what you can do to keep spiders at bay. 

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