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Bee & Wasp Control


 Introduction to Bees & Wasps:

If you've noticed the growing number of bees or wasps in or near your property, you may have an infestation. While there are  many types of Bees & Wasps, a number of them could be beneficial to the environment while other pose a threat of painful  stings and allergic reactions.  Hornets, Yellow Jackets and Wasps all produce a painful sting, thus making them the most common in the Bee & Wasp family to remove. 

  • Bumblebees are fuzzy, black and yellow, and less than 1 inch long. They pollinate flowers and aren’t much of a threat.

  • Carpenter bees are wood-boring insects that resemble bumblebees but do not live in hives. They can cause serious structural damage to your home.

  • Honeybees are about a half-inch long and brown or black in color. They do not pose a threat to humans unless their nest is attacked.

  • Paper wasps, which are brown or yellow with red markings, are named after the material they use to build nests. Although they don’t usually sting, it’s crucial to remove the nest from your property to avoid an attack.

  • Hornets/Yellow Jackets & Wasps: These are the most common to removal from one's property. They do damage and can sting over and over again, causing pain and sometimes an allergic reaction. 

Removal of Bees & Wasps:

Since some Bees & Wasps can cause structural damage to one's property, and they pose a threat of attacking, it is important that you call a professional if you see that you have an infestation that could get out of hand​

Contact us today to get a free quote on Bee or Wasp Extermination. 

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