In many parts of the United States, stink bugs begin to move indoors in the Fall when the temperatures start to turn cooler. One of many different types of "over-wintering" pests, they move indoors in search of a warmer habitat to ride out the cold winter. Although stink bugs do not pose structural or health concerns, their smell and large numbers can make them a frustrating nuisance pest.
By far the most effective approach to managing stink bug populations is to prevent them from ever establishing themselves indoors. Once inside, stink bug populations can be difficult to eliminate. By minimizing populations in the exterior environment the structure itself will remain much less susceptible to stink bug intrusion. If they have already established themselves in large numbers inside your home, or if their presence has been noticed for many years, it may be advisable to consult a professional exterminator for a FREE Stink Bug Quote.
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