House Spider Prevention and Treatment
House and cobweb spiders belong to the family Theridiidae. They are among the most commonly encountered indoor spiders. They produce copious amounts of webs. These webs are abundant in corners of domestic spaces.
Although the common house spider is innocuous to humans and does consume other household pests, its webs are unsightly and appear in large numbers. Prevention methods begin with exclusion. Windows and doors should be tightly fitted and any cracks or gaps around the exterior should be sealed. Webs should be removed when seen to eliminate the eyesore and to discourage the spiders from building.
In order to exterminate house spider infestations, contact a pest management professional.