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Our expert, local Stroudsburg team of exterminators proudly services in the Pocono Mountain Region, serving:
Our 57 Pest and Termite Control Technicians have 600+ combined years of experience serving Stroudsburg, East Stroudsburg and the surrounding communities.
39 colleagues work in our office and live in the communities they serve.
We are very proud of the Ehrlich reputation for customer service in this area. We hope you will give us the opportunity to satisfy your needs.
We are also proud to have been a Top 5 finalist (Southeast Region) for the 2013 PA Community Impact Award!
“I have proudly been part of the Ehrlich organization for 42 years. I joined as a technician in the same branch as I work in now. My team is passionate about providing our customers only the best pest control service.”
Our technicians servicing the Stroudsburg area treat a large variety of pests that businesses and residences regularly encounter. Amongst the outside invaders common to our local area is the stink bug.
Stink bugs don't bite. But, they rely on their foul smell for protection against predators such as, birds, mice and lizards. To home owners, stink bugs are considered a nuisance pest, as they enter homes when the weather begins to cool, seeking heat and warmth to survive over winter.
Ehrlich Pest Control specialists can provide property owners with the knowledge and tools to prevent stink bug infestations. For more information on our stink bug control services, call 800-837-5520 or fill out our online contact form.
Boxelder Bugs can often be seen to congregate on south side of trees, rocks and buildings where the sun hits. They produce a strong, disagreeable odor when handled or crushed and are known to bite, causing skin irritation.
They aren't known to be structurally destructive, but a large infestation of Boxelder Bugs can cause a very unpleasant odor. A great way to prevent boxelders from entering indoors is by sealing open cracks and crevices. Removing wood piles near your property is another way to prevent these stinky pests from entering indoors.
Cluster flies often take shelter over the winter inside homes (such as in attics) and can occur in very large numbers in the home as they emerge in the spring. Cluster flies are known for leaving small dark-colored spots of excrement on window, window sills and walls.
For more information on our fly control services, contact your local Ehrlich pest control specialists at 800-837-5520 or contact us online.