Integrated Spider Management Service (ISM) is a specialized anti-spider solution tailored for use in commercial and food storage/processing facilities.

Sunshine Pest Control provides Integrated Spider Management Services for both commercial and residential processing facilities. We employ highly effective methods for spider pest management.


There exist more than 35,000 recognized spider species worldwide, but only a few are deemed hazardous, with 27 species documented as causing human fatalities.

Spiders are naturally drawn to warm, dimly lit spaces, such as wall crevices, corners, air vents, and bathrooms. Nonetheless, certain species prefer outdoor settings, weaving their webs in gardens or close to outdoor lighting.

Although the majority of common household spiders are generally harmless, their web-spinning habits can be a bothersome issue and might evoke fear in some individuals.

Fun Fact: Were you aware that the fear of spiders is referred to as arachnophobia? People afflicted with this phobia may display reactions like screaming, crying, excessive sweating, or even heart palpitations upon encountering areas inhabited by spiders or their webs.

How to Get Rid of Spiders Quickly & Safely

If you find spiders in your home or garden, you’ll want to eliminate them as swiftly and effectively as you can.

Here are our top tips to remove spiders immediately:


In Your House or Apartment

To get rid of spiders in your house or apartment, we recommend these methods:

  • Deploy spider traps, which are adhesive glue traps specifically designed for capturing and eliminating spiders. These traps can prove highly efficient when positioned in areas with frequent spider activity. You can readily obtain spider traps without a prescription from local home and garden retailers. It’s essential to store them out of reach of children and pets, and make it a habit to inspect and replace them regularly.
  • To eliminate spider webs in your home, utilize a vacuum equipped with a hose attachment. This task should be promptly executed upon sighting any spider webs around your living space.

    For a chemical-free approach to spider removal, consider the application of peppermint oil. This natural remedy is highly effective in deterring spiders due to its potent fragrance. To achieve optimal results, mix 15-20 drops of essential peppermint oil with water in a spray bottle and distribute it in areas where you’ve observed spider activity. It is advisable to reapply this solution regularly for continued efficacy.

  • Opt for vinegar. If you’re looking to deter spiders without causing harm or resorting to pesticides, vinegar serves as an excellent natural spider repellent. Fill a spray bottle halfway with white vinegar and the other half with water, then use the mixture to spray the corners of your home or bedroom. This will effectively ward off spiders. Be sure to reapply this spider-repelling spray every few days.
  • Install window screens. If you keep your doors and windows open during the day, consider installing screens to keep pests at bay. It’s a good practice to maintain these screens on an annual basis to prevent any holes from forming.
  • Consider store-bought insecticides. Commercial insecticides and spray treatments are specifically designed for use along baseboards, in the corners of your home, and under furniture. These products create a protective barrier that either repels or eliminates spiders. They can be a potent solution for dealing with more serious spider infestations. However, it’s essential to remember that many of these products contain chemicals or toxins that can be harmful to children and pets. Therefore, it’s crucial to use them with care and to follow all label instructions.
  • Maintaining a tidy living space, whether it’s a home or apartment, is essential. Regular cleaning is key. Remember to vacuum thoroughly, reaching into every corner, under furniture, and even the ceilings using your vacuum’s extendable hose to eliminate cobwebs and spider webs. A clean home makes it challenging for spiders to find hiding spots, making it less likely for them to reside in your living space.
  • Consider using a spider catcher to safely relocate spiders from your home without harming them. This hand-operated wand is designed to pick up spiders gently with flexible fibers, securely holding them until you can release them outdoors. For best results, use the spider catcher in conjunction with home remedies like peppermint oil and vinegar.
  • After meals, promptly clean up the kitchen. Leftover food, crumbs, and other kitchen messes can attract pests like ants and beetles, which in turn can attract spiders. Regularly wipe down your counters and tables, and make sure to wash all dirty dishes within a few hours.
  • To discourage spiders from taking up residence, declutter your living space. Clutter provides hiding spaces for these arachnids, so it’s essential to remove as much clutter as possible. Dispose of old magazines and newspapers, cardboard boxes, and piles of clothes that may be contributing to a spider-friendly environment.
  • Consider a new approach to your storage solutions. Rather than opting for cardboard boxes, opt for airtight plastic containers. This not only prevents spiders from finding refuge within your storage but also ensures the safety of your belongings, protecting them from dust and moisture damage.