Fall Pest Control from The Bee Guy
Prevent Asian Beetles, Box Elder Bugs, and Flies from Infesting Your Home This Fall
The Bee Guy handles all bugs and pests no matter what the season! Autumn in Wisconsin tends to bring infestations of Asian beetles, box elder bugs, and stink bugs into your home. Don’t let these pests become a nuisance – call The Bee Guy today to schedule an appointment!
Box Elder Bugs
These insects look like small black and red beetles about half an inch long, and are often clumped together in large colonies. During the cool winter months, box elder bugs are driven into warmer environments, such as a house or heated building. They tend to clump together around building foundations and ground-floor windows.
Lady Asian Beetles
Commonly mistaken for ladybugs, Asian Beetles are common here in the Midwest and can be a huge nuisance to homeowners during the fall and winter months. They congregate on west-facing sides of buildings when the sun heats exposed surfaces, and will crawl through small cracks and crevices to shelter indoors. Often times they’ll produce a yellow secretion on surfaces of homes and buildings they’ve infested.
The brown marmorated stink bug has become more and more common in Wisconsin in the last few years. They have small brownish bodies, and they produce a horrible smell when they sense danger or get stepped on. In the fall and winter, stink bugs will seek warmth by entering building structures through cracks and crevices, taking up residence in homes.