INVASIVE INSECT PEST CONTROL
Invasive Insect Pest Control Philadelphia & Tri-State Areas
While we may never be able to completely eradicate the invasive inspect species of the spotted lanternfly or stink bug, effective pest control treatments can help to reduce populations. 877-BUG-FREE has over 20 years of experience in control, treatment and prevention of a wide variety of insect species, rodents and wildlife animals. We stay up to date on the latest in pest control technologies, methods & solutions to provide highly effective solutions to rid your home and business of pests. Our state licensed technicians are certified in multiple pest control and wildlife categories. 877-BUG-FREE is available for residential & commercial invasive insect pest control in PA, NJ, DE and MD. Book an Invasive Insect Pest Control Appointment Online.
Invasive Insect Species Prevention & Management
When dealing with highly invasive pest species it imperative to hire a professional company; over the counter & DIY methods are useless against these types of pests. Stopping the spread of both the spotted lanternfly and stink bugs is most effective during the egg stage when the insects are the most vulnerable. A thorough inspection of your property allows us to identify the areas infected and the level of infestation. Our technicians utilize a variety of treatments and methods to effectively eliminate these invasive pests without any harm or damage to trees, land or crops. If you spot a handful of these insects on your property, call for pest control right away to prevent an infestation!
877-BUG-FREE makes it easy to schedule a pest control appointment that fits your busy schedule. Our Online Schedule Service application allows you to select from available dates/times without the hassle of calling our office to make an appointment. When dealing with invasive insect species do not hesitate: Book an Appointment Online Today.
Introduced to Pennsylvania in 2014, the spotted lanternfly is a highly invasive insect that feeds on all plant species. Their presence has had devastating effects on business in the vineyard, timber and farming industries. Continuous treatment, reapplication & extermination are the most effective ways to eliminate the spotted lanternfly population.
These invasive insects get their name from the unpleasant odor they release when threatened. They were accidentally introduced in Pennsylvania in 1998 from the Asian regions of China, Japan and Korea. The stink bug population quickly spread to the surrounding areas and are now present in 44 states nationwide.