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Hornet & Wasp Removal Services
Wasps are a serious liability around the house. Unlike a bee’s barbed stinger, wasps have a smooth stinger which permits them to sting multiple times when they feel threatened. This can be extremely problematic for those who are at risk, such as elderly, children and anybody allergic to bee stings.
In the larval stage, wasps are parasitic and feed on other pests. As adults, they feed just on nectar. Some wasps are omnivorous, feeding on a variety of fallen fruit, nectar, and carrion. Yellow-jackets, a common type of wasp, may scavenge for dead pests to provide for their young.
Bug Pro Pest Control provides extensive residential & commercial pest control defense strategies. We have extensive experience eliminating wasps around houses, apartment complexes and commercial properties. We are aware of pesticide sensitivity. If you’re allergic to pesticides, concerned about your pregnancy, pets or children, we care and are prepared to work with you. Please call us today for your pest control needs.
Hornet & Wasp Exterminator Service
Are you experiencing a wasp problem in or around your house or business? Bug Pro’s state-licensed pest Specialists are trained in the most effective wasp control and removal methods in the market.
Bug Pro clients rely on their Professionals to render safe wasp removal treatments. Vespid wasps (paper wasps, yellow jackets, hornets) are the most harmful types of stinging pests due to their agonizing stings which in infrequent cases could be deadly. Wasps will attack individuals in great numbers if they feel threatened.
Every fall, recently mated queen wasps will look for shelter in protective structures to develop their nests. This can include the exterior or interior of your home. In the spring, the nest will flourish and wasps can become a risk to people.
The treatment and removal of wasps from a home requires the proficiency of a pest control expert. We strongly advise against attempting to remove wasp nests by do-it-yourself methods due to the fact that this can be extremely dangerous. Bug Pro Technicians have specialized gear and wear protective gear to remove wasp nests safely.
Contact us, your local hornet nest removal company, for a free price quote and guidance for handling your wasp or hornet problem.
A one-time service can include insect extermination, nest removal, and insect proofing.
Wasp nests are treated ahead of removal.
Wasp Nest Prevention
After a nest is removed, wasp proofing ought to be completed to prevent the wasps from coming back.
How To Identify & Deal With Stinging Insects
There are a variety of stinging pests, such as hornets, bees, yellow jackets, and wasps that can turn a sharp sting into a more serious health problem.
As a matter of fact, the National Pest Management Association reveals that the stings from these pests, “send more than half a million individuals to the emergency clinic each year.” While a single sting can be terrible for those allergic to pests, a big swarm can be just as treacherous for the average individual. It is very important to make sure there are no hives or nests in your house throughout the summer season.
Wasp, Hornet & Yellow Jacket Eradication Questions
It depends upon the type of bee your having problems with. We do not have the licensing to eradicate honey bees and quite frankly we prefer to see a beekeeper move them to a safer location.
With that said, we do eradicate some types of bees and any type of hornet or wasp. Give us a call and we can try to identify what type of flying insect your dealing with.
Recognizing wasps can be tough without expert training. It is extremely essential for the proper types of wasp to be identified as that will help figure out the most effective technique of treatment. Wasps can be easily mistaken for other stinging pests like bees.
There are over 4,000 wasp types in the U.S. however only a few social wasps are typically considered pests. Unlike bees, wasps are predatory pests that feed on other pests.
Wasps are close cousins to bees, however are also a different and unique species all their own. They are different in appearance and disposition than bees. Most of the types of wasps are social in North America, however there are some solitary and predatory wasps.
Wasps create nests and frequently develop them near human structures. They chew up wood, utilizing their powerful mandibles to scrape up wood and chew it into a pulpy, paper substance. Within the nest, wasps lay eggs and take care of their young. Wasps prefer to develop their nests as far away from individuals as possible, they frequently develop them close enough to pose a potential threat.