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Classic Pest Control

1933 W. Caldwell Ave., No. 8
Visalia, CA 93277

559-366-3195 - Tulare 
559-429-8427 - Dinuba 
559-625-3400 - Visalia
559-583-1320 - Hanford


Business Hours: 
Monday-Saturday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
After-Hours Appointments Available.

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black widow spidersBlack widow spiders are most recognized by the red hourglass shape under their bellies. This spider gets its name from the popular belief that the female black widow spider eats the male after mating, though this rarely happens. Black widows are poisonous are more aggressive during the first 17 days of their lives. The baby Black Widow spider can be hard to distinguish because the coloring of the young spider can be white, black or brown. The Black Widow spider has very distinct webbing whether it is a young spider or an adult. The webbing of this spider if is very taut and makes a crackling noise when pulled, which I wouldn't recommend. It is important to hire a professional like Classic Pest Control because we know where these spiders live and breed. Some of the areas that I have found in the past 25 years will amaze you. We have found these spiders living underneath children's toys in the backyard, patio furniture, playground equipment and mostly around the edges of your home. The insecticides we use for Black Widow spiders have a long life, keeping these spiders under control as well as other insects. Most important, the Black Widow can cause serious health issues to young children and the elderly.

Daddy Long Legs

The Daddy Long Legs can be found in garages and underneath the eaves of your home. These spiders can cause a tremendous amount of webbing over a period of time. Classic Pest Control comes to service your house for these spiders and other insects and will remove the webbing from your home.

Brown Recluse 

Brown recluse spiders often live outdoors in debris and woodpiles. Indoors, they can be found under furniture, inside storage items and in dark recesses such as baseboards and window moldings. Closets, attics and crawlspaces are the most common hiding places of brown recluse spiders. Brown recluse spiders are light to dark brown, with a characteristic dark brown violin marking on their back. Brown recluse spiders bite in defense. Bites are often painful and can produce an open, ulcerating sore that requires medical treatment. Restlessness, fever and difficulty sleeping are common symptoms of a brown recluse spider bite. I am pleased to say for the past 25 years, I have not seen a Brown Recluse spider. If you feel you may have a Brown Recluse spider in your home or business, do not hesitate to call Classic Pest Control.



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