Not Your Friendly Neighborhood Bee
It’s hard to imagine a world without our friendly ally, the Bee, but no one enjoys its relative, the Wasp. Although this buzzing insect may look somewhat similar to our favorite pollinators, the wasp is an aggressive nuisance with a habit of stinging humans, pets, and many other animals. While the general guidance you can find about wasps says “just leave them alone” may be sound advice to follow, it can be difficult to do so once they have taken residence in your space.
Although wasps do their part by eating other bugs that would otherwise nest in our homes and offices, their presence is still unsafe and unadvised anywhere indoors. Many species tend to find the smallest gaps in your roof or foundation to sneak in and start building a hive. A small three- or four-wasp hive may not be a cause for concern, but once a queen moves in, your family and visitors could be at risk of attack.
Armed and Aggressive
Handling a wasp infestation can be extremely dangerous. When these insects feel they are being threatened they can not only sting, but they can also signal for the rest of their colony to attack you, too. Our professionals are trained in wasp management and hive removal, so stay safe and call on us to help instead of trying it yourself.
Have a question about your potential wasp problem or want to request your initial appointment? Contact us today and let’s get started.