Often mistaken for bees or other stinging insects, wasps are notorious for building their nests in places where people like to gather. And, because they are well known for aggressively defending their nests, this makes them especially dangerous to people who are allergic to wasp stings. Unlike bees, wasps do not leave their stingers behind, which means they can sting someone over and over again.
Here, our certified and licensed wasp control professionals know how to find wasp nests and safely remove them so that you don’t have to worry about being stung. Our specialists will identify the species of stinging insect you have and offer you the most effective solutions for keeping you and your family safe. Whether it’s a one-time treatment or year-round stinging insect control solutions you need, we’re here to help.
When wasps get inside
It’s common to find wasps outdoors, but what happens when they’re in your home? Discovering wasps in your home can be unsettling, especially if you or someone else has an allergy to wasp stings.
Wasp nests are frequently found in the attics or wall voids of homes and businesses. If you suspect there’s a nest in your home or business, one of our licensed and trained wasp control specialists can help. We can help identify and seal up any entry points that have allowed wasps into your property and treat and remove the nest.
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Professional Wasp control
If you are seeing wasps around your property, or find a wasp nest, do not take any chances. Leave the Extermination to the Professionals. While killing one wasp may not pose too much risk, knocking down the nest or using other methods can backfire, resulting in you being stung by hundreds of wasps. Here, we know how to locate and safely remove nests, removing any possibility of us, or you, from getting stung. We are your local wasp control experts, so call us today to speak to one of our knowledgeable specialists.