Spiders are shy and reclusive by nature so whether they are living inside or outside they will choose dark, quiet, secluded places to burrow or build their webs. Web-building spiders like black widows, garden spiders, and orb-weaver spiders create their webs along the ground, under decks, in shrubs, or up high in trees, under roof eaves, and in doorways. Burrowing spiders like wolf spiders nest at ground level under bushes, shrubs, woodpiles, fallen trees, and rockpiles. Spiders that have moved indoors choose quiet, less-traveled areas to hide out and hunt for insects such as basements, closets, attics, areas under sinks, and spaces underneath furniture.

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