WOLF SPIDER- This spider does not normally enter the home during the nice weather months.  When the weather turns cold, they find a nice warm spot, which usually is basements and crawl spaces.  An exterior treatment can be done as a preventative measure to keep this spider from entering the structure.  If they penetrate the structure, glue boards and spot treating will control any population indoors.

DADDY LONG LEGS- This spider will be found mostly in doors and all year round.  They will build webs in the corner of ceilings, especially basement area and rooms not used very often.  Some species will eat other spiders and tend to feed on any insect it finds entering the house.  The best defense is to physically eliminate the spiders seen in corners, but if population is high, glue boards and spot treating inside will be necessary.  An exterior treatment can be done, but will not solve the problem entirely indoors.

CROSS ORBWEAVER- This spider is the one that will build giant webs on the outside of a structure, usually where the overhang meets the wall.  They look very intimidating, but will not be aggressive towards you.  An exterior treatment can be done as a preventative measure to keep this spider from building on your structure.

BLACK AND YELLOW GARDEN SPIDER- This spider usually will not build a web on the side of a structure, but might build a web in your shrubs or garden areas.  They are not aggressive towards you, but can sometimes look intimidating. 

WOODLOUSE HUNTER- This spider is very brightly colored and is widespread throughout the world.  The main prey for this spider are isopods.  Isopods are sow bugs, pill bugs, and roly-polies.  If you find them in the structure, then other pests are present for them to feed on.  An exterior application can help control them and their food source. 

COMMON HOUSE SPIDER- This spider is found across the world and in great numbers.  They produce a brown paper sac in their web and are the shape of a tear drop.   They will be found in man-made structures mainly and usually in areas that are left undisturbed like basements, crawl spaces, and unused rooms in the structure.  The best defense is to physically eliminate the spiders seen in corners, but if population is high, glue boards and spot treating inside will be necessary.  An exterior treatment can be done, but will not solve the problem entirely indoors.

LONGBODIED CELLAR SPIDER- This spider is the most commonly seen spider in a structure.  They are found worldwide and can be found in any room of a structure, not just the cellar.  They spin a web in the corners of rooms with low light.  They are not aggressive towards you and pose no threat to you.  The best defense is to physically eliminate the spiders seen in corners, but if population is high, glue boards and spot treating inside will be necessary.  An exterior treatment can be done, but will not solve the problem entirely indoors.

Spiders
Email Millers Pest control At
millerspestcontrolvt@yahoo.com
Remember, spiders found in the structure are usually a secondary pest, there could be another pest infesting your structure.