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Boxelder bugs are small pests with flat wings and red marks. When they reach adulthood, these pests can grow up to half an inch. They feed on certain trees, including cherry trees, maple trees, and boxelder trees.
Why Box Elder Bugs?
Boxelder bugs are invading residential structures because they’re overwintering pests. They will attempt to find shelter before the cold temperatures arrive. They can do so by slipping through small cracks and holes. The good news is that they’ll leave your home as soon as the warm temperatures return.
Boxelder Bug Dangers
You don’t need to worry about your health because boxelder bugs will not make you sick.
Eliminating Infestations Of Boxelder Bugs
Once you’ve found boxelder bugs in your home, find a solution. The best way to resolve the problem is by working with us. Our technicians offer reliable treatments that can deliver consistent results. Call us and we’ll get started soon.
DIY Methods For Boxelder bugs
Certain do-it-yourself techniques are effective for eliminating boxelder bugs. While they’ll kill boxelder bugs, these products are potentially risky. Some do not work. Plus, misusing or incorrectly mixing these chemicals could lead to serious health hazards. Work with a professional to eliminate the risks involved.
We’ll Start Soon
We’re ready to begin helping our clients. After your initial call, you can expect us to call you within 24 to 48 hours.
Our Boxelder Bug Treatments Are Always Safe
Our technicians are serious about helping our clients. We aim to use the safest treatments to ensure that the problem can be dealt with promptly, reliable, and safely. With months of training, our technicians can use these products without risks. Plus, they’ll use EPA-registered products that are proven safe.
Keeping Boxelder Bugs Outside
Keep boxelder bugs out of your home by sealing your exterior walls. Block any small entry points you find so they cannot enter your home.