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Brown marmorated stink bugs are invasive pests found around the United States. As the name implies, these pests can release a foul odor when they’re stressed. As a result, you don’t want to squash them. The first stink bugs in the United States were found in Pennsylvania in 1996. Today, they can be found in many other states as well. Stink bugs range in size from half an inch to three-quarters of an inch. They’re either brown or gray and have triangular plates on their backs.
Why They’ve Invaded
One thing you have to understand about stink bugs is that they’re overwintering pests. As a result, they’ll try to invade homes during late fall. They don’t want to get caught outside during winter. During summer and spring, they tend to stay outside and consume vegetables, fruits, and other plants.
With stink bugs, you don’t need to worry about your health too much. These pests aren’t dangerous since they don’t bite or sting. Furthermore, they generally do not spread serious illnesses. Still, they can create a problem and they’ll make your home stink. It is best to find a way to get rid of them as quickly as possible.
Removing Stink Bugs
You need to find a way to remove stink bugs as quickly as possible. Failing to do so will lead to big issues. One of the best ways to rectify the problem is by sucking them up with a vacuum cleaner. It is impossible to remove them from your property. You can get rid of some of them, but not all. Working with a professional exterminator is the best way to tackle the problem.
Doing It Yourself
You’ll likely want to consider doing it yourself. You can as long as you’re working with a small infestation. If you have lots of bedbugs in your home, getting rid of them will require a professional. Using a vacuum can help deal with small infestations. Otherwise, you’ll want to call an exterminator and let them fix the problem.
How much will it cost? Ultimately, the costs depend on the size of your own. We generally offer standard pricing so the price will depend on the dwelling’s size. If we have to use more services, we’ll charge more. We’ll let you know the price before the treatment begins.
Preventing Stink Bug Infestations
To prevent stink bug infestations, defend your home. Seal the exterior walls of your home so stink bugs cannot invade your home. You’ll also want to work with an exterminator so you can find other ways to keep these pests out of your home.
When Can You Begin?
When you’re ready to begin, call our local office. We won’t stop until the problem is remedied for good.
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