Boxelder Bug Extermination in Illinois
Schopen Pest Solutions Gets Rid of Boxelder Bugs
What is a boxelder bug? Boxelder bugs are often found on and near boxelder trees. You’re likely to see these black bugs, with their orange or red markings, when the cooler weather of September and October draw near. They tend to disappear when the weather gets cold and spend the winter someplace warm. Boxelder bugs may also choose a place like a rock wall, firewood pile, or even under the siding of buildings. They may even go inside a home or foundation, and this is when they can become a nuisance. If you suspect you have a boxelder bug infestation in your home, call the friendly office staff at Schopen Pest Solutions to request a quote.
Signs of an Infestation of Boxelder Bugs
It’s hard to miss a boxelder bug infestation because they congregate in large numbers, forming a writhing mass as they attempt to get into a warm building. They’re not dangerous, but more of a nuisance because they invade homes and give off a bad smell. They don’t and they can’t reproduce indoors. They don’t damage gardens or buildings, although their nymphs can do minimal damage to trees as they hatch and begin to feed on the seeds and leaves. When crushed, they can leave stains.
Schopen Pest Solutions Knows How to Deal with Boxelder Bugs
At Schopen Pest Solutions, we will develop a treatment plan to determine how to get rid of boxelder bugs on your property. We’ll begin by identifying the source of your infestation and make recommendations.
Pest Control in Northern Illinois & Southeastern Wisconsin
If you’re looking for the best pest control services in Northern Illinois and Southeastern Wisconsin, contact Schopen Pest Solutions. A local company with over 30 years of experience headquartered in McHenry, IL, we’re passionate about providing effective pest management programs. Whether you need help getting rid of boxelder bugs or have another rodent, bug, or insect problem, contact Schopen Pest Solutions and we’ll provide the right solution for you. As always, help is on the way!