Utah Box Elder Control
Box elder bugs are rapid reproducers and can cause serious damage to your home and garden. These tiny critters move between your yard and house depending on the season. Although they are not dangerous they will consume your plant life and overrun your home. They have an invasive hibernation pattern and will swarm by the thousands.
Beeline Pest Control has the knowledge and the right tools to exterminate your box elder pest problems. We promise to rid your home and trees of these resilient insects quickly and efficiently.
Box Elder Facts:
Appearance: The box elder is a small, oval shaped bug with wings. They are identifiable by the red stripes along their bodies.
Habitat: During the warmer spring and summer months, box elders will infest maple, box elder, and ash trees. During the winter months they will nest in homes and offices and hibernate unless the rooms are heated.
Food: Plant life, such as flowers and leaves are a box elder bugs staple food source. These pesty critters also destroy the trees that they live in by drinking the nutrients the tree provide.
Reproduction: Box elder bug will lay their rust colored eggs in their host tree or on the leaves of the tree. They hatch in a couple of days and develop completely in a few, short months.
Signs of infestation: Plant life will begin to die and dissipate and the trees in your yard will slowly fade. When box elders enter your home you will notice them next to the warm structures within your home. Their droppings are also noticeable and will leave stains on furniture and clothing.
Don’t let these annoying bugs take over your home and yard during the winter and summer months. You shouldn’t have to cut down your trees and destroy your gardens to get rid of these menaces. Call Beeline Pest Control today and we will take care of the problem for you.