1) Spiders don't use plumbing to sneak inside
2) For a short period of time during the breeding season, males and females can live
on the same web.
3) Common house spider populations are not considered threatened.
4) A female common house spider can produce several egg sacs in a year. The best
time to spot an egg sac is in the summer. They are very small, papery, brown sacs
that hang from the web and can have more than 400 spider eggs inside.
5) Common house spiders will live just about anywhere. They can be seen in gardens,
backyards, basements, attics, barns, sheds, and any other type of man-made structure.