Spider Control

Spider Control in London: Eliminate the Creepy Crawlies

Spiders come inside your home because they seek shelter in attics, basements, garages and can easily make their webs in your home. When this happens at your property, spider control becomes a necessity. Since false widow spider is one of the species in the UK that can bite you, you should seek professional help as soon as you see one.

Panther Pest Control provides professional spider control in London. We offer discretion and individual approach to anyone who wants to get rid of spiders.


  • We are available all week, including same-day treatments, bank holidays and weekends.
  • Our spider extermination complies with COSHH (Control of Substance Hazardous to Health) regulations and the products used are safe.
  • Our FULL spider removal service comes with a 3-month guarantee during which you can receive two free spider treatments if needed. Note are able to help businesses and offices with commercial pest control services.
  • You can rely on our customer service centre 24/7.
  • All exterminators are certified and experienced in providing outstanding pest control for spiders.

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Our Spider Treatment in Detail

  • Property Check: We will send a spider exterminator to perform a full property inspection before starting the spider control. This is a guarantee that all infested areas will be treated. In most cases, the inspection and the treatment are done in one visit.
  • Applying Treatment Solutions: We use highly effective spider control substances to ensure full spider extermination. If the problem is severe, another method that can be used to exterminate the eight-legged pests is heat treatment.
  • Treatment Effect and Advice: We advise you to leave the insecticide to work for at least 5 days before hoovering and wiping the treated areas. We will also give you tips for spider prevention in your home or office in London and how to stop any infestations in the future.

Frequently Asked Questions About Spider Infestations

Why do spiders come into my house?

Just like every animal, spiders also need shelter. They come into your home looking for it and if there’s food, you can bet they will stay and make your home theirs as well. They enjoy secluded spots where they are unbothered. That’s why they can be found in attics or basements, or at the corner of your ceiling, or in the garden shed. Any place that doesn’t have high traffic.

What do spiders eat in my house?

They feed on smaller insects. Any moth or fly that becomes tangled into their web is eaten by the spider. If you notice bugs in your home, you should call professional pest exterminators to inspect it right away. Otherwise, you risk getting more than one type of pest in your home.


Professional Spider Extermination

Spiders are not an easy pest to deal with. They can be found everywhere in your house, and you should inspect your home thoroughly to find them. Many people have tried to fight them on their own but most do not succeed. The job needs to be handled by a professional especially if the spiders are venomous.

Do not risk your health something that can be done by an equipped and experienced professional pest controller. Fill in our contact form and we’ll give you an estimated price for the service.

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  • review rating 5  I would have been nice if the world worked in a way that if you once get bed bugs and get rid of them they never reappear, but it doesn't. I've had to call for bed bug treatment two times in the last five years and have trusted Panther Pest Control both times. They get the job done without any hassle, plus the prices are budget-friendly. I hope I never have to use them again, but totally recommend them to people in need of adequate pest control treatment in the London area.

    thumb Austin Bramson
  • review rating 5  Rang the phone, got a quote and booked right away. In two days the flat was already treated for bed bugs and a second visit was scheduled. Quick and professional guys! Loved using Panther Pest Control and strongly recommend them. The price was ok, the exterminators were thorough and gave me some advice. Hopefully I won't have to use them again though.

    thumb Thomas B.
  • review rating 5  We’ve never had this many squirrels in the yard before. Maybe one or two have been spotted the previous spring but this year the population has increased a lot! We are afraid of disease transmission and I had to call the exterminators. I’m glad no squirrel were killed. Instead, they were safely trapped and removed from the property.

    thumb Elise Kirk
  • review rating 5  When my husband and I returned from the holiday in Eastern Europe everything was fine until our bodies got covered in red itchy marks. There were bed bugs all over the apartment. Luckily, the company had a free slot for bed bug treatment on the very same day. We had to spend the night on the bed to lure the bed bugs out and they were fully exterminated by the pesticide.

    thumb Sophie Cross
  • review rating 4  The nest in the backyard turned out to be made by wasps not bees, which made us call professional pest technicians to deal with it. They carefully removed it and no one was hurt during or after the treatment. Very good job.

    thumb G. Henderson

Do spiders bite people?

False widow spider and other species are known to bite people in the UK.

Common Spiders Hiding Places?

Window sills, plants, closets and many more places.


Facts About Spiders

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  • If you have a spider infestation on your hands, it’s likely because of your home’s high levels of humidity.

  • Common female house spiders usually deposit about 250 eggs in a single sack of silk, which has a flask-like shape and is brown in colour. A single female spider can produce roughly 17 such sacs during her lifespan, bringing the total egg count to more than 4,000, of which only 1% survive and actually hatch.

  • False widow spiders arrived in the UK in 1879 from their native Canary islands. They have brown bulbous abdomen and cream markings which sometimes look like a skull.

  • False widow spiders are the most venomous spiders in the UK. Their bite can cause symptoms similar to the ones from a bee or a wasp sting.

  • Spiders eat more insects than birds and bats combined. They have a very important role for the ecosystem, as they’re pollinators, natural pest controllers and recyclers of dead animals and plants.

  • Spiders spin silk but not all of them make webs. Moreover they don’t spin new silk threads every time. They recycle their old threads by eating them.

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