Stinging Insects

Summertime is the prime wasp and hornet season and the time when you are most likely to find a nest on your property. By the time the nest matures and reaches a stage where you can see it easily, the number of wasps inside could be quite large, bringing about an increased risk of swarming. The best way to deal with a wasp’s nest on your property to is to avoid it and call in the professionals. We will start by doing an inspection to identify the source of your problem.

Some wasps will make a nest under eaves and places where it can’t be seen by the naked eye. Sometimes wasps and hornets make nests underground. Before a nest removal service can be performed we will need to first eliminate the nests’ inhabitants. We have a variety of treatments we can use to eliminate the wasps in their nest including dusts, aerosols and, liquids and our technician will determine which one will work best for your situation.

Ask about our Nest removal service!

Some species of wasps will re-use abandoned nests and create a second infestation. After efficiently controlling your pest infestation, we can safely and effectively remove free hanging nests. Our technicians will also make sure that you, your family and neighbors are aware of the removal and that everyone is safe before commencing with the nest removal.

Total Home Pest Control technicians are skilled, experienced professionals, they are state certified, licensed applicators and are required to participate in regular training programs to maintain their expertise. They understand the habits of each species and use that knowledge when developing a control program for your home. They also have respect for you, your home, your family and your time.

 

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