Jumping spiders are active hunters. They stalk and pounce on their prey rather than use silk to snare it. They are capable of jumping several body lengths, possess large eyes, and the most common species are brightly colored. As with almost all spiders, jumping spiders use silk to lay down a trail, cover their eggs, and construct temporary shelters.
If you do find signs of an infestation, contact us promptly. Experts from Hepius will be able to inspect your home, confirm the species and execute the necessary treatment.