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Boxelder Bugs Extermination

Boxelder bugs are a type of true bug, which are known for their distinctive black and orange or black and red markings. They are commonly found in and around boxelder, maple, and ash trees, but also feed on other trees and shrubs. Boxelder bugs are considered a nuisance pest because they can congregate in large numbers and can enter buildings in search of overwintering sites during the colder months. They do not cause structural damage, but their presence can be a nuisance. 

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Reasons to Hire a Professional:

Boxelder Bugs are considered to be nuisance pests and generally do not pose any significant danger to humans or pets. They do not bite or sting and are not known to carry or transmit any diseases. However, in large numbers, they can cause some inconvenience and problems, such as:

  • They can congregate in large numbers on the exterior and interior of the buildings, creating a nuisance with their presence, and the excrement they leave behind can also attract other pests to feed on their excrement.

  • They can trigger allergies in some individuals, especially those who are sensitive to their smell or their excrement.

  • Their presence in large numbers can cause a musty smell in the house.

  • They can cause damage to gardens and plants by feeding on foliage.

Dealing With Boxelder Bugs in your Home:

It is important to take prompt action if you suspect an infestation of Boxelder Bugs in your home, as they can quickly reproduce and spread throughout your property. Go Green Pest Control can help you identify and eliminate these pests, and take steps to prevent future infestations. Contact us today to schedule an inspection and protect your home and outdoor spaces from the nuisance and potential damage caused by Boxelder Bugs.

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Ohio Division

13144 Grand Army of the Republic Highway Chardon, OH 44024

440-226-9937

South Carolina Division

Beaufort County, SC 29910

843-422-2906

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