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Stinging Bugs Pest Control

There are several pests included in the stinging bug category. The most common bugs are bees, wasps, and hornets. Stinging insects are at their peak during the hotter summer months.

Why homeowners should try to control the problem without the help of a trained professional:

To prevent injury, it is critical that homeowners call to have an expert assist with the insect problem. If you find an area where stinging bugs have built a home, ensure that people do not go near that area, especially children. Many of the stinging pests are social insects. They will sting to protect themselves and their colony. The danger comes from the pheromones that stinging insects excrete when they sting.

If other insects smell it, they will come to the source of the smell and attack. This means that you could have an entire colony attack you and cause severe medical damage.

If you have a stinging insect problem, call us right away.

When we first arrive to assess the situation, we will correctly identify the type of insect present. There are some types of bugs that mimic the appearance of stinging bugs to protect themselves, but they might actually be quite harmless and possibly even beneficial. If we suspect you have an imposter on your property, we will educate you on what type of insect it is and whether or not we recommend removal. If you do have a stinging bug problem, we will either prepare to rehome the colony–in the case of bees that are now endangered–or eliminate the problem.

Tips For Dealing With Stinging Insects:

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Be aware of nesting areas

Possible make barriers near the area, so that family and pets cannot get too close to the colony

Cover all food when outdoors

Purchase tight-seal garbage cans and empty them often

When outside, avoid wearing perfumes which can attract stinging insects like bees

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