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Brown marmorated stink bugs aren’t native to the United States, but they can be found in most American states. The invasive pest is from Asia and arrived in the United States in 1996. As you’ll soon learn, these bugs can release a terrible odor and turn your home into a stinky mess. To prevent this from happening, don’t scare or crush them. The bug releases a bad odor from the glands on its thorax. Stink bugs range in size from half an inch to three-quarters of an inch. In terms of color, they can be gray or brown.

They have white stripes on their antennas.

Why Stink Bugs Want Inside

Stink bugs want to enter your home. They do so because they’re overwintering pests. These pests cannot tolerate cold weather. If they get stuck outside during the winter, they may not survive. Instead, they’ll search for a way to invade your home. If they can get inside, they’ll stay there until the cold weather is over. When it gets hot outside, the pests will stay outside and consume fruits and vegetable crops.


When pests invade your home, you have to worry about your health. Unfortunately, some pests are incredibly dangerous. The good news is that stink bugs are not. They’re annoying and they’ll turn your home into a smelly mess. Nevertheless, you don’t need to worry about them making you sick. They cannot transmit serious illnesses to people or pets. Although you’ll want to eliminate them, don’t squash them. Doing that will only make your home stink.

Riding Your Home Of Stink Bugs

Finding a way to get rid of stink bugs quickly is highly recommended. Otherwise, the risks are going to climb. Although stink bugs aren’t dangerous, it is a good idea to remove them immediately. Unfortunately, lots of stink bugs will try to enter your home in late fall. They’re overwintering pests so they do not want to stay outside. You may be able to remove some stink bugs from your home by sucking them up with a vacuum cleaner. Although this is a good technique for small infestations, we think it is best to work with a professional.

Doing It Yourself

You might be able to remove some stink bugs from your home. Using a vacuum cleaner to suck them up and dispose of them is a good option. However, some homes have too many stink bugs. If you have a large infestation, the problem will be harder to remedy. A professional exterminator can deal with infestations of all sizes. Call us and we’ll take care of it for you.


We’re ready to begin working for you. When dealing with many infestations, we’ll charge a price based on the size of your dwelling. Obviously, homeowners with bigger dwellings with pay more than those with smaller homes. Either way, you’ll receive a bid price before the process begins. You always have the option to accept or refuse the price.

Preventing Them From Invading

Take steps to prevent stink bugs from invading your home. Properly seal your home to keep them out. Deal with any gaps, holes, or cracks on your exterior walls. When doing this, you’ll make it harder for stink bugs to find ways to invade your home.

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