Seeing bees, wasps, and hornets out in nature is no cause for concern. These insects play an important role in our ecosystem and when away from humans, they are perfectly fine. That said, when a nest begins to form in an area where humans frequent, it’s time to call a bee, wasp, and hornet exterminator.
Nest removal should always be handled by an expert, especially considering the fact that many people are allergic to bee or wasp stings. At Loyal Termite & Pest Control, we are committed to keeping you and your family safe from bees, wasps, and hornets with our safe and effective nest removal services.
DIY Wasp & Hornet Control
If you come across a small nest, you may be tempted to knock it down on your own. We do not recommend this—stinging insects may be more numerous and more aggressive than you expect.
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A few things to know about DIY wasp nest removal:
- If someone is allergic to stinging insects of any kind, do not attempt to remove bees or wasps by yourself.
- Nests bigger than the size of your fist need to be handled by a professional.
- If you are still going to attempt taking care of the nest yourself, remember to never spray inside of your building. Always spray at night or early in the morning when wasps and bees are least active.
- Wasps & Hornets are unpredictable, and some species can be very aggressive. If you don’t know the species you’re dealing with, it’s best to not take any chances and call your local wasp exterminator.
Safe Wasp Extermination
If you’ve spotted a nest larger than the size of a fist on or near your property, it’s time to call the wasp exterminators at Loyal Termite & Pest Control. Our team can ensure the complete removal of bees, wasps, or hornets from your property in a way that keeps your family and our environment safe.
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