STINK BUG Pest Control
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 buildings through cracks and crevices. When stink bugs get into your home or business in the winter, they emit a pheromone that attracts other stink bugs to the warmer climate. So if you see one, chances are there are (or will be) more.
Stink bugs aren't necessarily a destructive pest. They don’t bite, eat your food, stain fabrics, or reproduce during winter months. However, their presence and horrible smell can be a nuisance. Stink bugs will typically enter through fireplaces, pipes, windows, door frames, and siding. Once they’re inside your house, the best way to deal with them is to vacuum them up and immediately dispose of the bag so the smell doesn’t linger. If not properly handled, winters with stink bugs can be a recurring issue. The Bee Guy can help ensure they don't return with professional pest control and abatement services.