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More About Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs
Over the years, stink bugs have spread across the United States while causing chaos for Americans. The first stink bugs in the United States were discovered in Pennsylvania in the mid-1990s. Today, they can be found in many states across the country, including Texas. In addition to this, stink bugs are found in West Virginia, Kentucky, Michigan, Arkansas, and other states. There is a good chance that you’re going to encounter stink bugs at some point. Will you know how to tackle the problem?
Stink bugs can each three-quarter of an inch in length and they’re brown or gray. Calling us is the most efficient way to tackle the problem.
Why Are Stink Bugs Entering My Home?
Stink bugs will try to enter your home before the cold winter months arrive because they’re overwintering pests. They cannot tolerate the cold weather so they have to sneak inside homes and other buildings. When the temperatures increase, stink bugs will be ready to return outside. Along the way, they may get stuck in your home. If you find a handful of stink bugs in your home during Spring, you had an overwintering pest issue. You need to prepare for next fall because they’ll try to enter your home again.
The Dangers Stink Bugs Pose
It is pertinent to understand that some household pests are dangerous. If you’re dealing with a dangerous pest species, acting rapidly is key. Well, you’ll find that stink bugs are not dangerous. They do not pose health risks to humans or pets. Rest assured knowing that stink bugs will not reproduce inside your home. Nevertheless, you don’t want to let them stay in your home because they’re a nuisance. Don’t scare stink bugs because they’ll release a bad odor and make you regret your actions.
Best Way To Eliminate Stink Bugs
Once you’ve found stink bugs in your home, finding a solution is pertinent. You cannot delay your response because stink bugs are not going to leave your home until spring arrives. As a result, you’ll have to act quickly to eliminate them. Your options are plentiful, but some methods are more efficient than others. Start by analyzing the severity of the problem. If you only have a few stink bugs, you can fix the problem using a vacuum cleaner. Turn it on and use it to suck up the bugs. Then, dispose of them in a plastic bag. If you have too many stink bugs in your home, call us and take advantage of our services.
Could I Eradicate The Stink Bugs Myself?
A lot of homeowners in Houston like doing things on their own. Well, you might be able to remedy this problem without professional help. If you’re able to fix the problem on your own, you’ll save money. However, it might not be possible. Unfortunately, stink bugs hide exceptionally well so you may not get rid of all of them. If you use pesticides haphazardly, you’ll expose yourself to serious risks. Avoid these problems by working with us. Our experienced exterminators will fix the problem for you while eliminating the health risks involved.
How Much Is Stink Bug Eradication Services?
When it comes down to it, you’ll want to remedy the problem rapidly but you don’t want to overspend. How much do we charge for our stink bug eradication services? Ultimately, it depends on one or two factors. For instance, our exterminators will check your home to determine its size and the severity of the infestation. Then, we’ll provide our services at standing prices.
Stopping Stink Bugs From Sneaking Into Your Home
Can you stop stink bugs and other pests from sneaking into your home? It might be possible, but not always. Completely sealing the exterior walls of your home can help. Still, there is always a chance that stink bugs are going to fly through your door or window when they’re open.
When Can The Stink Bug Eradication Begin?
Our company’s exterminator can respond to your call within 48 hours or less.