Stink Bugs

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Brown marmorated stink bugs have become one of the most widespread pests in the United States. Although they were first found in Allentown, Pennsylvania in 1996, they’re now found across the United States. You’ll find them in Baltimore as well. While stink bugs aren’t dangerous, they can create various problems for Baltimore residents. They’re generally less than three-quarters of an inch, so they can slip through small cracks and gaps. Once they’re inside, you’ll need to use clever techniques to get rid of them.

Why Stink Bugs Are In Your Home

Are you wondering why stink bugs are in your home? You’re not alone. Stink bugs have entered homes across Baltimore, so a lot of people have asked this question. The answer is simple. Stink bugs fit into the overwintering pest category. As a result, they’re going to live outside during the warm months. However, they’ll try to sneak into your home when it gets cold. They can enter your home through small cracks and gaps. They won’t leave your home until it gets warm again.

Stink Bug Dangers

Although stink bugs are stinky, they’re not necessarily dangerous. They won’t attack humans or their furry friends. Nevertheless, stink bugs will turn your life upside down. Once you’ve experienced an infestation, you’ll have serious problems to contend with. It is pertinent to find a solution to the problem swiftly because stink bugs won’t leave until they’re ready to do so. Don’t scare them or they’ll leave a smelly mess in your home.

Eradicating Stink Bug Infestations

Stink bug infestations aren’t easy to fix, but you can do it. Once you’ve found stink bugs in your home, finding a solution rapidly is a top priority. Otherwise, the problem is going to worsen. More stink bugs will enter the same route to sneak into your home. Although you might be able to fix the problem with DIY methods, the possibility is slim. Furthermore, some of these techniques are unsafe. Do you want to protect the ones you love and eliminate the problem? If so, call our office.

Eliminating Stink Bugs On My Own

Could you eliminate stink bugs on your own? Ultimately, it depends on the severity of the stink bug infestation. If it is too large, you’ll likely need to hire an exterminator. However, you might have a small infestation with a few stink bugs. If this is the case, you might be able to fix the problem using your vacuum cleaner. Use the appliance to suck up the stink bugs and trap them inside. Then, you can place the content into a bag, seal it, and throw it away. If you need assistance, don’t hesitate to contact us.


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Stopping Bedbug Infestations

You’ll want to do what you can to prevent stink bugs from entering your home again. Can you do that? Start by sealing the cracks and gaps on your exterior walls. Doing so will stop stink bugs from finding a way to sneak into your home.

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