Box Elder Bugs

What Are Box Elder Bugs?

Boxelder bugs are small insects that have black bodies with red markings. They have flat wings that stretch across their backs, and most adult box elder bugs will reach half an inch. The box elder insect eats ash trees, cherry trees, and maple trees. As the name suggests, they’ll eat box elder trees too.

Why Do I Have Box Elder Bugs?

Boxelder bugs are not entering your home because it is untidy or dirty. Instead, they’re looking for a place to stay warm during the winter. They are a nuisance pest because they’ll cover the cracks and crevices on your exterior walls until spring arrives.

Are Box Elder Bugs Dangerous?

Most exterminators will agree that box elder bugs are a nuisance pest. However, please note that they’re not dangerous and do not pose a risk to your health or home.

How Can I Get Rid Of Box Elder Bugs?

Boxelder bugs are hard to eliminate because they can effectively take shelter inside any structure. Once they’ve done that, you won’t be able to kill them easily. Instead, you’ll want to rely on our professional extermination services. We’ve eliminated box elder bugs many times, and we can do it again.

Can I Get Rid Of Box Elder Bugs Myself?

While you may get rid of box elder bugs, this isn’t the most effective solution. Most homeowners will not have success eliminate these bugs on their own. Furthermore, they’re going to expose themselves to dangerous chemicals, so it isn’t worth it. To protect your loved ones and get rid of the bugs as quickly as possible, you’ll want to use our services.

How Soon Can You Begin?

We don’t want our clients waiting around too long. We’ll do our best to rush to your home and take care of the problem within 24 to 48 hours.

Are Your Box Elder Bugs Treatment Safe?

Our team has worked diligently to choose safe and effective box elder bug treatments. We follow strict guidelines and only use EPA-registered products. We put our exterminators through intense training to ensure that they’ll be able to take care of the problem quickly and efficiently. If you want to protect your loved ones, you need to call us.

Can I Prevent Future Infestations?

Boxelder bug infestations are common in San Diego. You’re likely tired of being a victim. If so, it is time to act. You can reduce your risk by sealing cracks and holes on the exterior walls of your home. Furthermore, be aggressive about finding and eliminating box elder bugs. When you see them, you need to contact us.

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