Stink Bugs

Brown marmorated stink bugs are simply referred to as stink bugs. These invasive pests are native to Asia. They were first found in the United States in Pennsylvania during the mid-1990s. Since then, stink bugs have spread across the country like wildfire. They can be found in most American states, including Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Michigan. In general, stinkbugs range in size from half an inch to three-quarters of an inch. They have a triangular-shaped back and antennas with white stripes

Reasons You Have Stink Bugs

You may suspect that the stink bugs have entered your home because you did something wrong. In general, this isn’t the case. Instead, stink bugs are entering Cincinnati homes because they’re trying to escape the cold weather. They’re overwintering pests. As a result, they need to take shelter during the cold months to ensure that they can survive. Once the warm temperatures return, they’ll exit residential dwellings to go outside.

Health Hazards

Stink bugs are problematic, but they’re not dangerous. You can rest assured knowing that they’re not going to transmit dangerous illnesses. They don’t bite or attack humans. Even if they live in your home, you don’t have to worry about them attacking you. Still, you don’t want to let them stay in your home. Don’t crush them because they’ll turn your home into a smelly mess.

Removing Stink Bug Infestations

It can be difficult to get rid of stink bugs in your dwelling. Nevertheless, you need to find a way to deal with the problem swiftly. Doing so guarantees that you can fix this problem without experiencing future problems. Thankfully, you can remove stink bugs from your home by working with us. Our company offers custom pest control services to match your needs. If you want to fix the problem on your own, try using a vacuum cleaner. Use the device to suck them up. Then, you’ll want to dispose of them in a plastic bag.

Doing It Yourself

You might be able to rectify a stink bug infestation on your own. Whether you can depend on the severity of the infestation. As mentioned above, you can use a vacuum cleaner to suck up the stink bugs. Once you’ve done that, you’ll want to empty the vacuum’s debris into a plastic bag. Toss the bag in the garbage and you’ll be good to go. If you need assistance from a professional exterminator, call our office.

Our Costs

We do everything we can to ensure that you can afford our services. Our exterminator will analyze your home and find out what the costs will be. Then, we’ll give you an estimate. We generally try to provide standard pricing. When we only need to use the standard services, the price of our service will depend on your home’s size.

Preventing Future Issues

You need to prevent stink bugs from entering your home by using pest-proofing products. Seal all gaps and cracks to keep these pests outside.


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