These house spiders are huge! But the good thing they are not harmful.
They become noticeable when we have had a lot of rain or in the autumn when it is mating season.
The best thing to do is either kill them or get them in a glass and release them away from the home, otherwise they will make their way back in. I am lucky to have a cat that will eat them when Mr B is not around to take them out. If the cat can't be bothered, my dog is the backup.
I thought I would just write this post to let you know, these are out there. When I first moved here, I found one in my cupboard and so I left it as my husband , then boyfriend, was coming over so I was going to as him to remove it. When he got there, I showed it to him and it turned out it was dead!
So do not watch Arconophobia before you get here! :)
|That is next to an 1p|
All the Best!
American to Britain