“I have been with Brody Brothers for 5.5 years. Ari has been coming to my home for all this time. He does a great job. I hardly ever have an issue. He keeps us pest free which isn't easy living in the woods.”
Color: pale tan or straw colored to pale greenish or light pale brown
Size: ¼ to ⅜ inches, with females slightly larger than males
Diet: small insects and other spiders
Many people blame the brown recluse when they’re bitten by a spider in their homes, but the yellow sac spider is actually the most common cause of such bites in the U.S. They may get trapped in clothing or bedding and bite in defense when they come in contact with your skin.Yellow sac spiders in Maryland can cause a nasty bite, which can be very painful and last for up to 10 hours and take up to 10 days to heal. Their venom is not very toxic, but it may cause painful allergic reactions in some people, including swelling and blisters.
Color: Brown, black and gray splotched
Size: ½ to 2 inches
Diet: Ground-dwelling insects and other spiders
With eight eyes and a hairy body up to 2 inches long, wolf spiders can be fairly frightening if you come across them in your home. In addition, these spiders have a painful bite (although not lethal) when they feel threatened.
Did You Know?
Both the Yellow Sac Spider and Wolf Spider don’t weave webs! They come indoors during Maryland winters when they’re looking for warmth.
Cellar spiders can be identified by the following traits:
House spiders can be identified by the following traits:
If the cobwebs keep reappearing in your Maryland home or business, it’s time to get professional help with your spider problem. Call Brody Brothers and we’ll help you get the web out.
“Over 10 year. Service is always top notch. They are always on time and take care of any problems.”
“We have been using Brody Pest control for about 40 years! We were always very satisfied by their service,alrays on time and very pleasant and knowledgeable.”
“We have been using Brody Brothers for around 5 years and we love that they are personal and they will keep coming back until a problem is resolved.”