Wasp Nest Removal

Hornet And Wasp Nest Removal, Extermination, And Control

Hornets, wasps, and yellowjackets can be annoying and aggravating, making you avoid certain areas to steer clear of being stung. If these insects are in your space, they have got to go.

Removal of these insects is best done by professionals. Wasp pest control professionals can better avoid injuries and have the proper treatment to stop recurring infestations. We are here to prevent them from creating nests in the first place and to get rid of them when they are on your property.

How To Tell The Difference Between Bees, Wasps, Yellowjackets, And Hornets?

When stinging insects aren’t your favorite friends, it’s easy to lump them into one category: “things that fly and have stingers,” however they do have some notable differences. Knowing what has made a home on your property will help us know what steps to take to get rid of them.

Wasps typically have two thin wings that fold back along their body. Hornets are a type of wasp that is a bit more round and fat. Finally, bees have a different look than hornets and wasps, being more puffy, round, and hairy. Locally, you’re might see the following varieties:

  • Paper wasps: A wasp about one inch long with long legs. This species is reddish-orange to black, sometimes with yellow rings.
  • Yellow jackets: The smallest wasp variety you’ll see here, they are only half an inch long and colored like a bumblebee – black and yellow stripes.
  • Mud daubers: A black or blue colored wasp that is about an inch long with a small middle.
  • Bees: Bees look like rounder wasps with hair. Both their bodies and their short legs have tiny hairs covering them.<l/i>

Why Wasps Keep Coming Back

Have you ever knocked down a wasp’s nest and wondered why it keeps coming back to the same spot over and over again? Wasps leave pheromones, a chemical that marks their nests; so, even when the nest is gone, they know exactly where to go.

Getting rid of wasps on your own often yields this repetitive result. If you want to get rid of them for good, contact Insight Pest Control. We have a highly effective product and method of removal that masks and even removes the pheromone so that wasps will stop coming back after the nest is gone.

How To Get Rid Of Wasps And Hornets

We recommend calling in a professional service for your wasp nest removal needs. This reduces the risk of injury or illness that can be a result of bites or stings.

If you commit to handling your wasp control needs on your own, we recommend that you wear long sleeves and pants and take action against the hive at night while all of the wasps are home. After spraying the insecticide to kill the unwanted insects, wait a day before completing your hornet nest removal to be confident they are all dead and no longer dangerous.

Keep in mind, as you spray the nest, you most likely will aggravate the wasps inside. This is why knowing what type of nest you are trying to remove is so crucial. For the safest nest removal, you must prepare for the reaction and stinging habits of the inhabitants.

Our experienced team of service technicians saves you from all of those uncertainties and can take care of all of your pest control needs with each visit.

We do not do honey bee removal and are not a bee exterminator company, as bees are endangered and beneficial to the environment. However, we can help you identify honey bees and assist in figuring out the best course of action to move them from your property to a new and safe home.

We Will Get Rid Of Your Wasp, Hornet, Or Yellow Jacket Pests.

If stinging insects are taking over your home, office, or property, we are here to help you reclaim your space. Whether you need assistance identifying the insects around, preventing their return, or removing the wasp nest, our experienced team has the knowledge and tools to resolve your issues as efficiently and effectively as possible.

Call us today to take advantage of your local, effective wasp exterminator services.

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