Wasps Control.

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What Does a Wasp Look Like?
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  • Varies tremendously depending on species.
  • Wings: Most have two pair of wings and a pinched waist.
  • Color: They range in colors from black to metallic greens and blues
  • Size: vary in size from almost microscopic to several centimeters long.

How Did I Get Wasps?

before wasps control you have to know this. Eaves, soffits, and gutters on home exteriors are popular wasp nesting spots. Flowers and plant life attract them to yards, as do patios and other outdoor eating areas with crumbs or sticky soda spills that are not cleaned up. Garbage cans that are not properly covered and regularly emptied also attract wasps that are seeking sources food. Properties with abundant insects and spiders provide ample prey for both developing and mature wasps. Contrary to popular, but inaccurate beliefs, nests left behind by wasp populations that die during the cold weather months are generally not reused by subsequent generations of wasps.

How Serious Are Wasps?wasps control

Wasps near the home can ruin outdoor activities and make yardwork difficult. While they rarely go out of their way to sting, wasps may become hostile if threatened or disturbed. Their stings are painful but typically nonthreatening to those without allergies to the wasp’s venom.

How Do I Get Rid of Wasps?

What Pest Flush Exterminators does

We us an integrated approach that employs a variety of effective and efficient methods to control wasps. Our integrated program includes using:

  • Inspection – determining what is needed to provide an effective wasp control plan.
  • Documentation – explaining the specifics of the overall control plan and the findings and results of, not only the initial inspection, but scheduled follow-up services as well.
  • Education – explaining the behavior, diet and habitat of wasps and how this information will be helpful to the homeowner.bees removal
  • Cultural controls – modifying the area around the home or business to reduce the number of sites that are suitable for wasps to nest.
  • Exclusion – making it hard for wasps to get inside the structure.
  • Sanitation – keeping the area clean and efficiently reducing access to the wasp’s sources of food.
  • Selection of the best wasp control methods – traps, light modification, mechanical and insecticidal controls, physical removal
  • Emergency services, if needed

For more information or to schedule an inspection, please contact your local PestFlush Exterminator office.