Wolf Spider

Wolf Spider Wolf spiders are one of the most common spider species in North America. They’re solitary creatures that search for prey alone. One unique trait is the way females carry their eggs. She has a sac attached to her spinnerets to carry the eggs with her....

Giant House Spider

Giant House Spiders In Washington state, we have some pretty big spiders! The largest of these is the giant house spider or Eratigena atrica. Their most obvious characteristic is their large size–their leg spans can reach up to three inches. They’re not...

House Mice

House Mice If you’ve seen a mouse in your home, chances are it’s not alone! House mice get into homes, build nests, contaminate food, cause damage, spread disease and breed quickly. That’s why it’s important to exterminate them as quickly as...

Norway Rats

Norway Rats A rat infestation is a scary prospect for any homeowner. In Washington State, we have two prevalent species – roof rats and Norway rats. Both can cause damage to your home and both harbor diseases. The Norway rat is larger, primarily nocturnal and often...

Cellar Spiders

Cellar Spiders In Washington State, we have several species of spiders that can infest your home. Most species are little more than a nuisance. One species in particular, cellar spiders, is extremely common in homes throughout the state. They like the cool, damp, dark...