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What are wasps?

Wasps come in a variety of shapes and colors, but they can be distinguished from bees by their smooth, rather than hairy bodies. Because wasps often are aggressive and exhibit territorial behavior, a nest that is located in, on, or near your home can become very problematic.

Where are wasps found?

The first sign people notice are actual wasps flying around the house, yard, or garden. They might hover around flowers, tree blossoms, and gutters.

Some species of wasps make nests above ground in trees, hanging in soffits, or on poles. These nests can range in size from a ping pong ball to a basketball.

What do I do if I have wasps?

If you you have wasps around your home, give us a call! We will conduct a through inspection of your home and property and provide you with a customized treatment plan to deal with the wasp issue. You will receive a detailed report of the service provided and helpful recommendations to remain wasp free!

How do I prevent wasps?

The primary attractant for wasps is sweet food. Fruit trees and sugary food waste are prime targets for scavenging, so be sure to clean up any rotting fruits, opened soda cans, or other food items lying around.