Boxelder bugs get their name from the boxelder trees they love to congregate on, but most homeowners recognize them as that nuisance pest that likes to sun itself on porches, exteriors of homes and doors and windows. This insect is native to the Western United States, particularly Nevada where boxelder trees are most plentiful, but it can be found all throughout the US enjoying your maple or ash trees. Though they are mainly outdoor pests, in their large numbers they can become quite bothersome and often make their way inside to annoy you further.
Is It Termite Season?
What time of year do termites generally appear? This is, perhaps, the wrong question to ask. While termites will only…