Using a broom, I swept away the blossoming eggs. After, I applied a residual insecticide to the window areas and the dark spots of wooden beams, a favorite spider harborage spot. It is unrealistic to prevent every single spider outside your home from finding their way inside. However, you can substantially reduce the number of spiders from crawling their way inside.
Starting with the outside of your home, clear debris away from your home's perimeter to remove spider harborage. Also, try to minimize the use of outdoor lighting. The lights themselves do not directly attract spiders, but they do attract the types of insects upon which spiders feed. You should also seal cracks in your walls and remove webs from around your home. If you find yourself dealing with more than the haphazard spider inside your home, and it's becoming an outright infestation, Cowleys can apply periodic preventative perimeter treatments to repel spiders from entering your home.
A Parlin homeowner contacted Cowleys, complaining that she was becoming inundated with spiders. I inspected her basement and found baby spiders emerging from eggs.