Stink Bugs

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New York City is home to Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs or Stink Bugs. These invasive pests are native to Asia but they’ve been living in the United States for many years. As the name suggests, stink bugs can release a foul odor and turn your home into a stinky mess. The first stink bugs in the United States were found in Allentown, Pennsylvania in 1996. Today, they impact Americans in many states, including Kentucky, Tennessee, New Jersey, and New York. You’ll likely encounter these small pests at some point.

They range in size from half an inch to three-quarters of an inch and can be numerous shades of gray or brown. Stink bugs have a triangle back and their antennas are covered by white stripes.

Reasons For Stink Bugs

Why have stink bugs decided to invade your residence? Ultimately, these pests have invaded your home because they’re looking for shelter from the cold winter weather. Stink bugs are overwintering pests so they cannot tolerate cold weather. Instead, they’re going to sneak into residences and find a place to take shelter. When the temperatures rise again, these pests will leave your home. You’ll likely see them in large numbers. During warm weather, stink bugs stay outside and damage ornamental plants, fruit plants, and vegetable crops.

How Dangerous Are Stink Bugs?

You can’t ignore the possibility that household pests are going to make you ill. Thankfully, stink bugs won’t. It is believed that stink bugs do not pose any health risks to people or pets. Even when they enter your residence, they’re not going to reproduce indoors. Nevertheless, these pests are still going to be a nuisance. They will leave your house when the temperatures rise. You can likely get rid of them by sucking them up with your vacuum cleaner.

Ridding Your Home Of Stink Bugs

Do what you need to do to get rid of the stink bugs in your home so you can sleep comfortably. As mentioned above, you might be able to get rid of them by using your vacuum cleaner. Although this will work for many situations, it won’t solve all problems. There is always a risk that you have too many stink bugs in your home. If this is the case, you’ll need to pick a more reliable and versatile treatment. Working with us is a good choice. We can eliminate stink bug infestations of all sizes, and we’re going to protect you every step of the way. Our pest management experts will analyze the situation and customize a solution to meet and exceed your expectations.

DIY Stink Bug Methods

You’ve likely read things about do-it-yourself methods for stink bugs. Ultimately, some of these methods may work but many do not. If you only have a few stink bugs in your home, you can get rid of them with your vacuum cleaner. Otherwise, you’ll need to pick the best insecticide for the job. It won’t be easy. You need to work with a professional to ensure that you receive long-lasting results. Contact us today to get started.

The Price Of Removing Stink Bugs

It is important to understand the cost of our services before getting started. We strive to provide reasonably priced services. In many cases, we only need to use the standard services to fix the problem. When this happens, we will charge standard pricing. Ultimately, this means that the price will depend on the size of your property. Our technician will give you a bid price before the treatment begins.

Preventing Stink Bugs From Invading Your Home

You should do everything you can to prevent stink bugs from invading your home. It won’t be easy, and it might not be possible. Nevertheless, you should take steps to keep them out. Start by sealing any gaps you can find on your exterior walls.

When Can You Begin?

Call our New York City office right now. We’ll try to get back to you in 48 hours or sooner.

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