Spring is an amazing time of year in WNY.  The weather gets warm, the snow melts and we get ready for summer.  But with spring...come the bugs!

It really is a bittersweet moment when things begin to warm up here.  We get great weather, which means we start getting outside more.  And the more we're outside, the more likely we are to run into all the bugs that also call Western New York home.

That would be one thing.

It's when they come into our homes that we just about lose our minds.  And these ones do. It's embarrassing when you have guests over and they see them, and even if you don't have guests...they can just be a real pain in the neck to deal with

People have gone to the ends of the earth to find a sure-fire method to eliminate bugs from their homes.  There are essential oils, there are chemicals, people will seal up every single crack and crevice they have and bugs still find a way in.  They hire professional exterminators. You can try to find their nest and spray.  You can just kill them when they get in or create a homemade trap that you find on the internet.  They will still find a way.

The question is, how many of them are actually dangerous to have in your house, and how many are just a nuisance?  How many of them should you actually be concerned about?

This is a list of some of the more common bugs that we will see in homes in Western New York.  Some of them are bad...others are just a pain in the neck.  We'll leave it up to you to decide how you're going to handle them...

12 Bugs We're Guaranteed To See This Spring In WNY

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