Stinging Pests – Wasps, Hornets, Yellow Jacket Extermination
Common Stinging Pest in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest Stinging Pests
Our extermination service for wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets includes the following:
- Inspection – A thorough inspection will be conducted to identify the stinging pest species and conditions that may be conducive to nests.
- Treatment – Based on the diagnosis, your Stop Bugging Me Pest Control technician will determine appropriate measures of control to exterminate the particular stinging pest species and discard of any nests.
- Follow up – Written recommendations will be made to correct conducive conditions for stinging pest infestations.
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Stinging Pest facts:
Stinging pests such as bees and wasps are active during the late summer and early fall seasons when the weather is warmer. According to the National Pest Management Association, bees and hornets send more than 500,000 people to the emergency room each year.
Avoid stinging pest infestations and stings with these tips:
Dispose of food and garbage properly…
Leaving scraps of food and unfinished drinks outside can attract stinging insects like bees and wasps. Make sure to discard these items in a covered container or a tightly closed bag.
Keep food and drinks covered when eating outdoors…
Bees and wasps are attracted to sweets. Make sure to keep drinks and food covered when eating outside.
Avoid wearing strong scents…
Strong scents like perfume and hair products can attract insects. If you know you’re going to be spending a lot of time outdoors, avoid wearing alluring fragrances.
Why you should call the experts if you suspect a stinging pest infestation:
Common nesting sites include ceiling beams in attics, garages and sheds, and under porches. Many of these areas can be hard to reach for at-home solutions. Stop Bugging Me Pest Control technicians have the proper tools and expertise to eliminate nests. It is also important to call a professional if you are allergic to stings as at-home remedies can often aggravate bees and wasps, and cause them to swarm and become very aggressive.