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Spider Control & Removal Services in Utah

Spiders are beneficial creatures but they can also be scary to many people.

Research shows that most humans are born naturally afraid of spiders. This fear makes many people very uncomfortable having spiders in their home or workplace. Some people are so frightened that they are unable to function when a spider is present. We are here to help make your home or workplace a safe and comfortable space.

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Spider Control

Keep your spiders under control.

Protect your home or your business by ensuring that spiders are under control. Spiders can be scary and sometimes dangerous and spider control keeps  your employees, guests, or you and your family comfortable.

Create a healthy and comfortable home or business. Contact us for a price today.

A focused approach to spider control

Detailed Inspection

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Spider control always starts with a detailed inspection. We need to identify conducive conditions to spiders as well as possible entry points.

Remove Webs

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Removing webs not only helps the esthetics of the structure, but also gets spiders moving so that they come in contact with the applied materials.

Liquid Applications

By applying a long lasting residual product around the structure we can drastically reduce the number of spiders in and right around the home. Special attention must be made in corners, around entry points like doors and windows, heavy vegetation, and  areas that are attractive to other pests including flying insects. Thorn professionals apply the best materials in the right locations.

Reduce Other Insects

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Part of spider control is identifying and eliminating their food sources (other pests). By reducing insects in the area, we reduce the amount of food for spiders and the area is not nearly as attractive to spiders.

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Our Residential Service Eliminates Spiders from Your Home.

Keys to proper spider management:

  • Control the insects the spiders are feeding on
  • Find out what conditions are conducive to the spiders and try to fix them
  • Disrupt and eliminate their webs
  • Look for lighting that is drawing insects to the structure


  1. Inspect the property for spiders, conducive conditions, and possible food sources (insects)
  2. Identify the spiders and other insects present
  3. Assess the situation and create a treatment strategy dependent on the property and spiders/insects present
  4. Execute the treatment strategies

Common Spiders in Utah

Black Widow Spider

Black widow spiders can be a serious health risk, especially to children and elderly people. Their bites can cause pain, nausea, cramping, and death (rare). The adult females are shiny black with a red hourglass on the underside of the abdomen.

Cellar Spiders

Cellar spiders have long delicate legs with small, elongated bodies. They are not a health hazard. They feed on insects and other spiders and are common in basements, crawl spaces, under furniture, and in and around other rarely-moved objects.

Jumping Spiders

Jumping spiders are active during the day and are very agile and they stalk their prey. They are smaller spiders and have very erratic movements. These spiders are beneficial but can become a nuisance when they move indoors.

Orb Weaving Spiders

Orb Weaving Spiders are beneficial but can become a nuisance around structures. They build beautiful orb-shaped webs. These spiders are mostly found outdoors especially around overhangs of structures like porches and entryways.

Sac Spiders

Sac spiders are smaller spiders with a yellowish color. They are can climb slick surfaces and often build a saclike retreat where walls meet the ceiling. They can become a nuisance and do have a painful bite.

Wolf Spiders

Wolf Spiders are hunting spiders that range from small to very large. They have a unique eye pattern with large and small eyes. Females carry egg sacs on their spinnerettes and spiderlings on their back.

Woodlouse Spider

The woodlouse spider has a reddish cephalothorax (head) and a cream/grey colored abdomen. They have large fangs that are used for piercing isopods (potato bugs/roly polies/pill bugs) which is their main food source.

Send those spiders packing.