There are as many different spiders on this planet as there are humans that hate them. Spiders are fine if they stay in their own habitat and not in yours. This can be tricky when they do enter your home or surround it. Spider control is not as difficult as you may think and it's well worth the effort. If you have children or pets in your home you want to get rid of the spiders, but at the same time to do so without any danger to them.Checkout recent DeadPestz blogpost for more info. Keeping this in mind here are some ideas to get rid of your spiders without harming your family or the environment.
If you live in the Midwest and you are surrounded by trees and have a problem with spiders they are probably the Wolf Spider. These are not just found in the Midwest but this area does seem to have the most of this variety, possibly due to the heavy woodland. Some of these spiders can grow very large which gives most of us a creepy feeling by just looking at them. Having any kind of insect in your home is annoying as well as frustrating but it can take very little effort to get rid of them. You don't want to use a toxic pesticide if there are other alternatives. They can be taken care of in a very simple manner.
The natural spider repellent is chestnuts. Place some of what you can gather in every room in your home; make sure you don't forget small places, such as the door entrance into your home, along window sills and in the corners of your rooms. Place chestnuts anywhere else you may think the spiders may be getting in. When you have completed this start placing chestnuts outside the walls of your home. This will work just as well on patios and under balcony doors.