Wolf Spider Removal in Nashville

Wolf spiders feed off of the pests in your home, let's send both packin'

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These spiders are no joke & can cause some serious damage

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Free Wolf Spider Estimates

Before we do anything, we like to know what we are dealing with. These spiders are often confused with brown recluse spiders and we like to make sure that you and your family are safe.

Fast and Effective Treatments

Once we know what you are dealing with our team will apply the appropriate treatment that will eradicate the spider from your home and lives. The upside is that our treatments also work on the other pests that the wolf spider was preying on.

100% Guaranteed and Family-Safe

Your family's safety is our No. 1 priority. Our treatments are tough on bugs and wolf spiders but 100% safe for your family — and yes, that includes the fur-balls too.

We'll Protect Your Home Year Round

We are dedicated to providing exceptional service with every home or business we treat. That includes not only exterminating current wolf spiders from and around your home, but also protecting your home against future attacks. With every one of our services, you can expect:

  • Free inspection to understand exactly what termites are dealing with
  • Thorough treatments, to get rid of or keep termites out of your home.
  • 100% guarantee that they will stay out of your home for as long as your continue service.
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One of the most imposing spiders in North America is the wolf spider. The wolf spider name belongs to a wide species of spiders that share certain characteristic like they are large, dark-colored and are very athletic, these creatures are known for their speed and strong bodies. They famously hunt down prey using their sharp eyesight with which they can spot movement from great distances! Wolf spiders also have unique parenting habits - scientists are eager to study them because it may offer insight into how evolution works on organisms across generations while still retaining key features.

BioKids tells us that Wolf spiders are found almost everywhere in the world. They can easily be seen living and hunting for insects in grasslands or meadows but they also live sparingly on mountains, deserts, rainforests and wetlands. The wolf spider is an amazing creature that lives all over our planet!

They are commonly known as household pests, and they often look for warm places to spend their winter in our homes. You can find them around doors, windows, house plants or basements. These curious critters roam at night looking for food. Wolf Spiders are a common pest that people have been dealing with since ancient times; so pay attention to your basement area or corners before they breed out of control.

Wolf Spiders get their name from their hunting ability. Unlike most spiders, they don't build a web and wait for an insect to get caught in it but they go out and hunt. Most of these spiders will eat small insects but the big ones have been known to take down toads. Luckily for us, they are almost never aggressive towards humans.

If you see one of these critters scurrying around, do not squash it. The female spider carries her eggs in a sac that is attached to the spinnerets. The female spiders carry their eggs in a sac that is attached to the spinnerets on her abdomen. The spiderlings climb onto the mother's back after they have hatched and live there until they are big enough to hunt for themselves. A single mom could be carrying hundreds of offspring at once!

If you can't step on them, then how do you get rid of them? We start with prevention.

  • Like most pests, a clean house will keep them away — vacuum and clean regularly.
  • Clean up clutter in sparsely used areas like closets, garages, basements and attics.
  • Distance firewood, building materials and debris away from the house. (Great for termites too!)
  • Create distance between your home and foliage including shrubs, vines and tree limbs.
  • Make sure you don't have any holes in your screens or door seals.
  • When you want to go the extra mile, you can switch out light bulbs with yellow or sodium vapor light bulbs. These work because the bugs Wolf Spiders eat don't like them and like all pests, they follow where the food is.

After you have prevented new spiders from coming into your home, the next step is to call your local pest control company. They will be able to treat your home with family and pet safe treatments that will knock out wolf spiders and any other pest that they might be feeding off of. This is the best route because if you were to step on the spider, there are more likley to be others and if the spider is carrying her young, stepping on them will send the baby spiders all throughout your home.

The Thrive Pest Control Promise

At Thrive, we are committed to providing top-quality pest removal services. We promise to do everything we can to remove the pests from your property and keep them from coming back. If there is a situation where the pests we treated for reappear, we will return to your home and remove them free of charge. We want you to be completely satisfied with our services.

We are proud to provide full-service pest prevention and removal treatments for our friends and neighbors in Nashville and the surrounding areas. Our team is knowledgeable, skilled, and professional in every service we provide.

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