Budget Pest Control Services provides a list of reasons on why not to handle nest removal yourself.
They become more active as their hives grow over the summer. Unlike bees, wasps, yellow jackets and hornets can inflict multiple stings. Nests are found very close to your home because it offers protection. Wasps especially try to protect their nests as much as possible, which is why they’re usually seen as the angriest stinging insect. Keep yourself and your family members away from any stinging insect nest found on your property. Do not attempt to remove it on your own. Some nests can contain hundreds (if not thousands) of stinging insects. These insects could swarm and sting when disturbed or threatened. Common nesting sites include under eaves, on ceiling beams in attics, garages and sheds and under porches. Some stinging insects can build their nests in the ground, including yellowjackets and wasps. Over-seeding the yard provides more coverage and discourages these pests from nesting around the property. Painting or staining untreated wood in fences, decks, swing sets and soffits will help keep stinging insects such as carpenter bees out. Carpenter bees create nests by drilling tunnels into soft wood, which can severely compromise the stability of a structure over time. Only female carpenter bees have stingers. Female carpenter bees will only sting if threatened, but reactions to these stings can range from mild irritation to life-threatening respiratory distress.
Homeowners should frequently inspect the property for signs of a stinging insect.
Contact Budget Pest Control Services, a licensed pest professional who will be able to identify the species and help in stinging insect control by either destroying the colony or removing it to a safe location. Budget Pest Control Services can help you to remove these stinging pests. Contact Budget Pest Control today for a free estimate or more details. 412-318-4912
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