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Bug Pest Control For Your Space
Our team of professionals work to find the root cause of what is bringing insects inside and eliminate the infestation.
If you find yourself with some type of bug infestation and you aren’t sure of the type of bug, give Pest Pros a call. We are happy to help examine and identify the pests in your home and find the best solution to remove and prevent future bug infestations in your home.
Homeowners should call a professional pest control company as soon as they identify a large number of bugs in their home – especially if they are swarming in one place.
Our team of fly pest control experts can identify why there are flies in the house and work with you to eliminate the insect infestation.
Most commonly found in January through March, boxelder bugs are known as overwintering pests. Boxelder bugs typically have a block body and orange markings in the shape of an X on their back.
Although not a common pest that homeowners deal with every year – when they do find your home to be an ideal place to shelter, they often reside in large groups.
Looking for information on how to get rid of boxelder bugs in your home? Pest Pros can assess the situation and determine the best solution to the problem.
Ladybugs – also known as lady beetles – are known for their rounded and colorful body painted with black polka dots. Ladybugs are mainly found outside when the weather warms through the spring and summer. As the weather cools, ladybugs seek shelter for the winter.
As an overwintering pest, ladybugs typically found their way indoors from January through March. If you find a swarm of ladybugs in your house, reach out to Pest Pros to help you safely remove them from your home.
The most common stink bugs in the Pacific Northwest are brown marmorated stink bugs. You can identify these bugs by their brown shield-like body. They have one pair of segmented antennae and two pairs of layered wings.
You can commonly spot stink bugs around your property and in your home nearly any time of the year, but are most noticeable in the fall and early winter months. If you are seeing many of these indoors on a regular basis, contact Pest Pros for expert advice.