The Box elder bug has increasingly become more of a nuisance in recent years in the Northwest. This is largely due in part to the warming winter seasons and increases in moisture. The heaviest times of box elder activity are when they emerge in early spring, and then again when they congregate to mate in late summer and fall. Box elder bugs will enter homes seeking warmth as the weather cools down, and can become a major nuisance pest. The warmer, south side of structures is a favorite congregating location, and box elders can often be seen amassing in the thousands! Although they’re not aggressive, box elder bugs have been known to bite when distressed or cornered. Natura’s signature Box elder bug treatment is unparalleled! By treating the affected exposures with a unique combination of products, we can knock down those nasty Box elder populations! Call us today to find out more!