Bees and Wasps Nest Removal
Wasps inside your house? Wasp nest on your roof? Seeing wasps but not sure where they’re coming from? Let us take care of any of your wasp, hornet, or yellow-jacket issues. Call us today for quick, safe, and effective treatment.
No one wants to get stung by a wasp. Most stings occur when a person tries to remove or treat a hornet or wasp nest. We are experts at hornet and wasp nest removal. Let us take care of your bee or wasp problem. We have more than 40 years of experience getting rid of bees, wasps, hornets and yellow-jackets, so you can be confident that your problem will be solved quickly and effectively. Also, because we use low impact treatments, you can rest assured that your children and pets are safe.
Yellow-jacket or wasp nest got you worried? Have one of our licensed and trained technicians come out and treat the nest quickly so you can focus on more important things. Activity in the wasp or hornet nest will typically subside within 24 hours; however we ask that you allow 3-5 days for complete control. After 5 days have passed, the nest can be removed if desired. We can come out and do this for an additional charge. You can also do this yourself. However, removing the physical nest is not necessary, as wasps and hornets will not re-infest the nest. Some nests, such as those in wall voids cannot be retrieved.
Often confused with yellow-jacket wasps, Paper wasps (Polistes spp.) are also yellow and black, but they are a little longer, a little narrower, and the legs are much longer. They can be easily distinguished by their legs hanging beneath them as they fly. The nests are relatively small and are composed of a single open layer of honeycombed paper mache and are most often found under soffits and eaves and other protected areas.
Although technically not a true hornet, the Baldfaced hornet is commonly found in the Seattle / Puget Sound. This species of wasp is most closely related to yellow-jackets and has similar behaviors. Baldfaced hornets can become extremely aggressive and dangerous when their nest threatened. They can be identified by their black bodies and white markings and their distinctive teardrop-shaped nest.
Bees are beneficial insects but can possibly be dangerous when they nest near your home. Bee stings are painful and life threatening when the victim is allergic. Because treatment strategies differ for bee and wasp infestations, proper identification is critical to success.
Aggressive, venomous, and easily agitated describe Yellow-jackets, especially in Fall when their nests are at their largest. Yellow-jackets may build their nests virtually anywhere – in a hollow space in the ground, hanging in a tree, hanging beneath eaves, in an attic or crawlspace, or in a wall void are common locations. Yellow-jackets are predators whose presence is usually not seen until the colony is large enough to be in the way of human activities like mowing the lawn, painting or when they make their way into the living space.