Sacramento, Elk Grove, Folsom, Davis: (916) 457-7605

Although many types of spiders are beneficial in our ecosystem, they can be dangerous inside our homes–especially to small children, pets and adults with compromised immune systems.
Dangerous spiders:

  • Black Widow Spiders
  • Yellow Sac Spiders
  • Red and Black Jumping Spiders
  • Hobo Spiders
  • Wolf Spiders
  • Tarantulas, More…

Earth Guard’s team of Sacramento pest control professionals is knowledgeable and trained to remove spiders and prevent them from returning.

Our Sacramento pest control experts can help! Call or e-mail Earth Guard today for a Free Estimate and consultation with our trained Sacramento Pest Control Professionals!

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Let our experienced Sacramento pest control technicians determine the most cost-effective and reliable techniques to remove spiders and protect your home or business from spider infestations.

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    Earth Guard Pest Control
    7828 Zenith Drive, #8835,
    Citrus Heights, CA 95621

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