Bees and Wasps Pest Control
Bees & Wasps Biology
Bees & Wasps come from a family called Hymenoptera (Greek for "membranous wing"), and there are thousands of species of them in North America alone, let alone worldwide. Most bees (and some wasps) are social insects, and wasps can be solitary. Most bees and wasps can and do have a painful sting.
Bees & Wasps are flying and stinging insects which can really ruin an individual's day-particularly if that individual is allergic to their stings. This type of allergic, called anaphylactic, is of a rapid onset and can be life-threatening! The venom from bee and wasp stings can otherwise tend to be most upsetting to infants and the elderly.
Some of the known species are Bald-Faced Hornets, Paper Wasps, Mud Daubers, Cicada Killers, Yellow Jackets, Honey Bees, Bumble Bees, Carpenter Bees, and the Africanized Killer Honey Bee.
Bees & Wasps Treatment
Treatment of Bees & Wasps is best left to a pest management professional not only because homeowners are often unsuccessful in getting rid of the infestation, but because much collateral damage and related problems can occur. For example, many times the nest itself is an aerial nest, high off the ground, and must be completely removed-so sometimes this involves working on ladders or cutting into walls to access the nest. Oftentimes, a homeowner will not know the best time of day to treat the bees or wasps, and will not have the proper protective equipment. Your Accurate Pest Control Service Technician will do a safe and thorough treatment of your bees and wasps.