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Common Pest Issues We Treat in New Hudson

Boxelder Bugs

Boxelder bugs are known for their black and red or orange coloring. They’re common pests in New Hudson in early fall, when residents will often see them basking in the sun or gathering around windows and doors as they try to get indoors before the cold weather.

While they don’t carry disease or bite in most cases, these bugs are a nuisance pest simply because of the large numbers they frequently gather in.

Boxelder bugs are one of many pests we cover with our Pest Free Guarantee™ seasonal service. If you’re tired of dealing with these guys, give us a call today and we’ll give you a free quote right over the phone to protect your home from boxelder bugs, plus mice, wasps, ants & 30+ more Michigan pests!


Silverfish are another common nuisance pest in New Hudson. These pests feed on carbohydrates like the starches in book bindings, which is why they’re common pests in museums and libraries in addition to residential houses.

Silverfish need humidity to live so the normal places we find them in New Hudson homes are kitchens, bathrooms and basements. They are nocturnal so most activity happens at night.

Silverfish are not dangerous, but they can damage or destroy property over time through their feeding. Some of their favorite household items to munch on include books, magazines and photos, clothing and even wallpaper (they eat the paste).

Like boxelder bugs, silverfish are covered on our seasonal Pest Free Guarantee™ service. For a free quote or any questions, give us a call today!

Other Pests

While many pests are active in just 1 or 2 seasons in New Hudson, 2 common year-round pests are mice and roaches.

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About New Hudson, MI

New Hudson is an unincorporated community located within Lyon Twp.

It is located off the I-96 and is centered around the junction of Grand River Avenue, Pontiac Trail, and Milford Road.

The first settlers that arrived in New Hudson were Daniel Richards and Russell Alvord. They came in 1830 from New York and bought 40 acres of land to set up a village.

In 1831, they opened an inn called the “Old Tavern”. This served as a changing point on the stage coach line known as the New Hudson Station.

The community was mapped out by Russell Alvord in 1837. The village has flourished as the decades have passed by. It has now become a wonderful place to live with great sports, education, and recreational facilities.

Unfortunately, this applies to pests as well as people! Give us a call today for a free quote right over the phone on any New Hudson pest control services you need to keep your home or business pest-free!