- Cellar Spiders vary in size but can get up to 1 ½" in length with their legs extended.
- Cellar spiders are small bodied spiders that are usually not seen unless you are looking for them.
- Cellar spiders build a thick dirty web that they continue to work on their entire lives.
- Cellar spiders are common in warehouses, garages and crawlspaces. They can be found in homes behind furniture or at the wall ceiling juncture.
- Cellar spiders are commonly referred to as the daddy long-leg spider because of their long slender legs.
- Cellar spider control can be achieved by constantly disturbing the nested spider.
- Vacuuming or sweeping the nests will cause stress on the spider and eventually kill it.
- Insecticide treatments to likely cellar spider web locations will prevent the spiders from building webs and provide short term control.