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What Is A Stink Bug?
Stink Bugs or Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs are invasive pests from Asia. These bugs are new to North America, but they’re quickly becoming a serious problem. Why are they called stink bugs? Well, these bugs emit a horrible odor when they’re crushed or scared. The first stink bugs in the United States were found in Allentown, Pennsylvania in 1996. Since then, they have been found in several states, including West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan. Stink bugs range in size from half an inch to three-quarters of an inch. They are brown or gray.
Why Do I Have Stink Bugs?
Stink bugs will attempt to enter your home during the winters because they’re overwintering pests. They’ll climb through small cracks and crevices to get into your home. Once it gets hot outside again, they’ll try to leave your home. During the summer, they’ll stay outside and eat fruits, plants, and vegetables.
Are Stink Bugs Dangerous?
Stink bugs are not dangerous. They will not pose a risk to you, your loved ones, or your pets. In addition to this, you can sleep soundly knowing that they will not reproduce inside of your home. Nevertheless, they are a nuisance, and you’ll want to get rid of them swiftly.
How Can I Get Rid Of Stink Bugs?
When you find stink bugs in your home, you’ll want to grab your vacuum cleaner. Vacuuming them up is the best way to collect and get rid of them. Once you’ve vacuumed them up, you’ll want to place the vacuum’s contents in a plastic bag. Be sure to seal the bag before throwing it into the trash. Alternatively, use a more effective and reliable technique. To do that, call a professional exterminator.
Can I Remove Stink Bugs Myself?
DIY methods work sometimes but not always. If you want reliable results, you need to team up with a pest control expert. Our company uses high-quality, reliable insecticides to get rid of stink bugs. When us by your side, you can guarantee that the problem will be solved before you know it.
What Will It Cost To Remove Stink Bugs?
Our team will make sure that you know what you’re going to pay before the treatment begins. The size of the home, infestation severity, and treatment method will impact the price. We offer free quotes, so you’ll know what you’ll pay.
How Can I Stop Future Stink Bug Infestations?
Thankfully, there are several ways to reduce the risk of experiencing a future infestation. It isn’t easy, but you’ll want to take these steps to minimize the possibility of a future problem. For instance, you should steal all cracks, holes, and crevice in your home. Make sure that the stink bugs cannot enter your home in the future.
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