Stink Bugs

Stink Bugs will invade many New England homes this Fall. Hundreds may appear on the side of your house or building. They sneak into entryways and voids around windows and chimneys intending to spend the Winter in a warm home. While they are not known to bite people, if crushed they STINK ! While this is a relatively new pest to Massachusetts, they are established in Pennsylvania and Virginia and have been steadily moving North. Stink Bugs are primarily an agricultural pest until Fall when they look to move indoors. In Massachusetts they are known to be a nuisance, staining walls and obstructing views. They are best known for their unpleasant odor. Their smell can linger in closets, upholstery and even vacuum cleaners. When your home warms up in the Spring-time, the stink bugs will become active and try to leave your home, covering the insides of windows, skylights and doors. If you are having Stink Bugs trying to linger over-winter in your home, please give us a call or fill out the form below and we will get back to you shortly.

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