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a large brow recuse spider crawling along a new cast property

May

27

Why Spiders In New Castle Make Better Neighbors Than Roommates


Believe it or not, spiders are beneficial to ecosystems. They can eliminate a multitude of annoying and dangerous insect pests on your property. However, spiders that get inside homes are not so beneficial and are not welcome guests, for a number of reasons. One reason is fear, which is common because spiders can move quickly and drop down from out of nowhere. Some spiders are large and hairy too…

A new castle home seen through a large web with a full spider nesting on it

Mar

15

What You Can Do To Prevent Spiders From Invading Your New Castle Home  


As the weather gets nicer, the bugs become thicker. We are all familiar with the increase in bugs that spring brings with it.  The increase in insects also means an increase in spider activity. Where the bugs are, spiders will follow. Our goal at Moyer Pest is to help homes stay pest free. If you want to keep spiders out, prevention should begin now. Here is how you can prevent spiders from…

spider on a web

Feb

08

Why Are There Spiders In My House?


As you’ve made your way through winter, you’ve probably spent quite a bit of time indoors. Sometimes your home can feel like a cozy retreat from the bad weather and at other times it can feel a bit stifling after being inside for so long. Either way, if you’ve paid attention, you may have noticed you’re not the only one spending a lot of the winter in your home. And you may…

spider up close

Dec

20

Spider-Proofing Your Souderton Home For The Winter


Unfortunately, there are some things you should keep an eye out for as we settle into these colder months. Summer is a season when many pests are content to thrive outdoors. However, as soon as the season's change and the weather starts to cool, those same pests would rather move indoors than brave the winter cold.

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