Do you want to protect your business or managed property from a stink bug invasion? Although stink bugs are a pest, they do not bite or damage your property, but they do invade when the weather gets cooler, which is when they become a problem for businesses.
Expert stink bug control can help to prevent stink bugs entering your property and disrupting your business.
Ehrlich’s stink bug control program offers hotels, restaurants, multifamily property managers, and other commercial premises peace of mind when it comes to controlling stink bugs.
We create a treatment zone around your property to keep stink bugs outside, and to allow your business to run free from these odorous pests. You should call a professional stink bug control company for help if you are having problems with these bugs.
Get in touch with your local Ehrlich office or call us on to find out how we can help you prevent or treat a stink bug infestation.
As a business owner or property manager, you can do a number of things to prevent stink bugs. We recommend you make the following checks and repairs to your property in late Spring / Summer prior to the Fall and the start of over wintering behavior.
Stink bugs can work their way into your business or managed property through various entry points (cracks and crevices) including:
You can prevent stink bug invasions by inspecting and repairing the following common points of entry:
If you do find stink bugs in your business or on your managed property, you can:
At Ehrlich, we’ve been helping and advising businesses on how to eliminate and prevent stink bugs on their commercial properties since they were first identified in Allentown, PA in 2001.
Although there are many stink bug traps and pest control products on the market, these only capture the bugs and don’t help to prevent them from entering your business.
A stink bug invasion on your property could disrupt your daily business routine.
Effective commercial stink bug control begins with prevention. Follow these steps to minimize your chances of a stink bug infestation: