Stink Bugs Are No Easy Solution

Government researchers and others are working together to find an effective defense against the brown marmorated stink bug. Stink bugs cause millions of dollars of crop damage every year. They eat fruit, crops and vegetable gardens all over the U.S. long island pest control, getting rid of stink bugs

Stink Bug Control

We’d love to be able to help Long Island homeowners to control this smelly insect. Unfortunately, there is no easy solution today. We can only hope that the stink bug population were cut down because of last year’s cold winter. Luckily, stink bugs don’t bite or sting us. Like their name says, they do smell when crushed.

As temperatures cool, stink bugs move inside to get away from our cold winters. Stink bugs like to hide in home siding, attics and basements. Sealing your vents is not an option because your home needs air to breathe. 

Because research is on-going, please check back to our website for updates on stink bug control. Below is a short video which explains the research that is on-going.   The video was produced by Northeastern Integrated Pest Management Center, located at Cornell University, sponsored by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.

Simple Pest Control Tips [Video]

Our employees share their pest control tips daily. We receive many calls for advice. Recently, a Laurel Hollow homeowner  thanked  us in an email “I simply do not know what I would’ve done without your help. The matter is now resolved… I’ve learned so much from you and have learned much in the way of pest…

Best of Long Island Voting

Please help us to win the “Best of LI” contest by voting often! We promise to continue the excellent service that made us the “Best” ! This Year Only First Place Matters. Please vote OFTEN for “Best of LI” Exterminator. The Voting Period is open from today to December 15th.   Directions: 1. Go to http://vote.longislandpress.com/engine/YourSubmission.aspx?contestid=144234 2….

Frequently Asked Pest Control Questions This Fall

Do you have questions about pests or pest control? Here are a couple of the questions asked by our Long Island customers every fall.  Pest Control Questions and Answers How can I get rid of stink bugs?   Currently, stink bug control is not effective. The US Department of Agriculture is actively searching for ways to control…

Crickets Invading Long Island Homes in Droves

When autumn and cooler weather arrives, crickets invade our homes. Crickets will become a major concern for the Long Island home owners.  When temperatures drop, these insects have begun looking for places to nest;  namely your basement. Besides the pesty noise, crickets can eat holes in clothes, drapery, furniture and other fabrics. If you are experiencing a cricket…

Customer Service Award

You deserve an award when many customers call to compliment your work! Congrats to our Employee of the Quarter, Imran! Suburban Exterminating Reviews Mrs G of Huntington said “Imran is lovely a wonderful technician went above and beyond to make cust happy and at ease mrs ver pleased with him as a tech, thanked mrs…

5 Tips for Flea Prevention

One Long Island  homeowner talks about his flea problem “I have a flea infestation in my house/yard. I have tried various foggers inside my home on 3 different occasions. I have sprayed raid and another product on my flooring. They just keep coming back with in a day. I have vacuumed daily after work to…

Fly Control in Long Island Restaurants

Have you seen flies buzzing around your restaurant? Flies signal your customers that your restaurant is not clean. They spread germs and diseases and can be difficult to control.  Pest control professionals can help you to identify the source of your problem and eliminate the flies. Our expert recently spoke at the Suffolk County Suffolk…

Check Bed Bugs Off of Your List of Worries

There’s a list of worries in the head of a college freshman’s parent: If their child is safe, well fed, and if they remembered enough pairs of underwear. But one pestering thing many parents forget is bed bugs. According to the 2013 Bugs without Borders survey, 47% of pest control experts treat college dorms for…

Our Children’s Library Program

Buggy fun enjoyed by all! Our 2014 library program, Learn What It Takes to Become an Entomologist, has appeared at Port Jefferson, East Northport, Smithtown and Southampton! We look forward to meeting everyone at our next shows in West Babylon and Greenlawn. To learn more about our upcoming library shows, see http://www.suburbanexterminating.com/summer-event.asp