A bite from a brown recluse spider can go unnoticed at first; the bite itself only feels like a bee sting. But the venom in a brown recluse spider’s bite is very potent and potentially deadly. It’s hemotoxic – it destroys red blood cells. Common symptoms of a brown recluse spider bite include reddened skin at the bite site (blisters also occur sometimes), pain and itching a few hours after the bite, and sores and/or tissue death (necrosis) around the bite site. Some people also have systemic reactions like fever, nausea, vomiting, and rashes across the body. If you think you are bitten by a brown recluse spider, seek medical attention right away.
Chilton’s Environmental is equipped with the expertise and plans on controlling these types of pests. You need to employ several means to successfully eradicate them from your home, merely spraying them with insecticides would not suffice. We have proven time and again that our methods work. It takes skill and knowledge to be successful in controlling the brown recluse spiders. Call us now for a quote.