Spiders like hiding in cracks and crevasses during the day, coming out at night to hunt for food and to spin their webs. Australia is home to more than 2,000 species of spiders including some of the most dangerous in the world. While not all of them are venomous, its often hard to tell – that’s why Premier1 would recommend leaving spider pest control to us!

For huntsman spider pest control on the Sunshine Coast, you can rely on Premier1.

How to avoid spider bites

If you’re bitten by a spider, call an ambulance, first of all, and then wash around the bite. Don’t bother with bandages as the pressure could increase your pain. Apply an icepack and keep as still as possible until anti-venom is administered at the hospital. To avoid spider bites:


  1. Wear gloves and shoes when gardening or cleaning out storage areas.
  2. Use a stick (not your hands) to remove any abandoned spider webs.
  3. Shake out shoes before putting them on.
Spider exterminator advice: if you are bitten by a spider call an ambulance.

Tips to Prevent Spider Infestations

After your professional spider pest control treatment, there are a few extra steps you can take to spider-proof your home for the future.

  1. Clear away trees, shrubs and bushes from around windows.
  2. Don’t use pesticides in the garden – it will encourage them to come inside.
  3. Keep your car windows up at night to avoid a surprise while driving!
  4. Install fly screens to windows and draught strips to doors.
  5. Don’t leave shoes outside overnight.
Need pest control for spiders? Request a quote today!

Get rid of spiders and keep your family safe. Contact the Sunshine Coast’s Premier1 pest control company for a free quote.

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Spiders that call the Sunshine Coast Home
  • Redback spider
  • Huntsman
  • Black house spider
  • Funnel-web spider
  • Golden orb-weaver
  • Mouse spider
  • Daddy long-legs
  • Leaf curler
  • Silver orb spider
  • Trapdoor spider
  • White tail spider
Sunshine Coast spider pest control fact: red backs are commonly found in warm, dry areas outside.