Corbett, Oregon is a charming community located on the Historic Columbia River Highway between the Sandy River and Crown Point. The Corbett area is host to a number of family-friendly small farms raising organic produce and is characterized by scores of scenic hiking trails. For this reason, its residential areas are particularly vulnerable to insect infestations, particularly box elder beetle infestations.
Box elder beetles are black and orange beetles that congregate on the exterior walls of your home. You will typically see them on the south side of the house soaking up the sun but if left untreated, these infestations can occupy the inside of the home as well.
Infestations in the Corbett area of box elder beetles are worse in the spring. When they do infest, it can be in intimidatingly large numbers. Additionally, these hulking beetles both hiss and fly. Box elder beetles do not typically “bite”, but they do have a sucking mouth part that can pierce the skin.
Treatment for box elder beetles by a pest control professional is very effective. If you have signs of box elder beetles in your Corbett home, contact Wildwoods immediately. We employ an approach to pest control called “Integrated Pest Management,” we believe that each home should be treated differently because each home is unique. Wildwoods has served the Corbett community for several years and can create timely and effective solutions to all your wildlife and pest control issues.
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