Most likely the easiest spider to recognize, the Black Widow has a nasty bit that can send you to a local Hospital in Atlanta. The Black Widow spider frequents the real estate in Atlanta.
The female Black Widow is easy to make out, with her long legs and her large, glossy black abdomen marked with a red hourglass underneath. Unlike her male counter-part, she is dangerous. She can be deadly. Don’t get bit by this Atlanta staple.
Black Widows are some of the most poisonous spiders out there but they are also some of the calmest.
Upon being bit by an Atlanta Black Widow spider, a victim will experience pain, muscle cramping, abdominal pain, and tremors. Vomiting, dizziness, and chest pain can also follow a Black Widow bite. While fatalities due to a Black Widow spider bite are rare, they can happen to young children, the elderly, and those with weakened immune systems. If you are bitten by Black Widow spiders in Atlanta, seek immediate medical attention.
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Yes, Black Widow spiders can infest your Georgia home, so you’ll want a guaranteed approach to Black Widow control. A Bulwark Spider Control technician is up-to-date on all of the latest Black Widow extermination techniques.
Bulwark’s Spider Control guarantee means, that in the unlikely event you see another Black Widow spider after a treatment, a Bulwark Exterminating professional will return for a re-treatment. Your Black Widows will be exterminated! If at anytime you are not satisfied with the spider control treatment, we will make it 100% right… Guaranteed!