Stink Bug

Get rid of Stink Bugs without the fuss- Guaranteed.

Successful extermination of stink bugs often includes professional stink bugs treatments and exclusion methods. Adam’s will identify stink bug entry points around your home and show you on how to address them.

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Adam's Treatment

Adam’s licensed professional will keep stink bugs from entering your home by applying an EPA-approved residual insecticide treatment to the exterior perimeter of your home, including behind shutters, along the foundation, and the under eaves. Stink bugs are difficult to control and typically 2 treatments are required. The first application must take place as soon as the first stink bugs appear in the fall.  Reapplications of products may be required to treat additional stink bugs that fly to your property later in the season.

No interior treatments are recommended. Stink bugs that die in wall voids can stink and attract other pests into your home.

Adam’s offers year round exterior preventive services and inspections every 3 months.





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Adam’s Pest Control has a dedicated team of representatives who are driven to protect your home or business and can answer any questions that you may have.

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A Closer Look

Known Issues

  • Difficult to Eradicate

Active Seasons

  • Spring
  • Winter
  • Fall

Pest Overview

The Stink Bug (Halyomorpha halys) is appropriately named because it often releases an odor when it is crushed or disturbed. Also known as the brown marmorated stink bug,  (Pentatornidae family) stink bugs are native to many Asian countries (China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan). Stink bugs were introduced accidentally into the United States in 1998.

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Frequently Asked Questions


  • Stink bugs are large bugs and can be visibly spotted in gardens, especially on the sunny side of your house

  • Because of their size and smell, stink bugs can be quite unpleasant to homeowners

  • Stink bugs begin to emerge in the spring

  • Adult stink bugs seek shelter in the fall as temperatures drop which can result in severe infestations

  • In the winter, stink bugs seek quiet spaces like inside the walls, attics, or crawl spaces and may release a chemical odor that attracts other stink bugs

  • Stink bugs in large numbers can quickly become a nuisance in homes and gardens


Stink bugs grow to be about 3/4“ in length and nearly as wide as they are long (about the size of a dime)

Stink bugs tend to be shades of brown or grey marble-like color

Stink bugs have a shield-like body, six legs, long antennae, and a pair of wings

The stink bug’s odor comes from the scent glands that are on the dorsal surface of the abdomen and the underside of the thorax

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