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There are roughly 4,000 species of wasps in the United States, but only a few of them are actually commonly considered pests.
Wasps are easy to identify. They have a pair of wings and a narrow waist.
Don’t mistake them to be calm or peaceful.
They can ruin your day by just buzzing around your yard, near your ears, or planting their stinger in your butt. They can literally ruin outdoor activities and leave you bedridden for the day with an icepack on your sting.
Wasps can become hostile, and this is something you certainly want to avoid.
If you’re allergic to wasps, all the more reason to take precautions.
Types of Wasps
Social wasps establish their colonies annually. However, they die off leaving behind fertile queens who begin a new colony each new season. These wasps build a nest from chewed remains of wood. These nests are either above or below the ground level. Commonly known social wasps have yellow waists i.e. yellow jackets, and are most likely to sting.
Solitary wasps are not known for colonies. They operate by making nests at ground level or reusing existing nests. They also make nests from removing muds and plants. The female constructs the nest. It searches for prey, hunts it down, captures it, and paralyzes the prey. The female seals the prey in the nest by laying an egg. Once the egg hatches, the offspring eat on the prey till they reach adulthood. These wasps don’t attack unless provoked deliberately or accidentally and they can sting severely if you mess around with them.
Parasitic wasps are known to kill their host once laying an egg on them and consuming the larvae. They provide more benefits than pain. Their sting is not painful. They are not aggressive and are more helpful in controlling pest insects that attack crops, gardens, and plants.
Are Bees Also Called Wasps?
The simple answer – NO!
Never ever confuse Wasps with Bees. Especially Honey Bees. If you have bees and want those removed, we can help with that too. The key to treating bees is removal and relocation of the hive. We want to make sure to maintain our pollinating bee population!
Where Do Wasps Build Their Nests?
Wasps can build their nests outdoors but if they find a way inside your premises, then you will find their nests inside too. Wasps can find their way inside through roof, attics, garage space, wall spaces and cavities.
Treating wasps is not that difficult. But treating wasps by yourself can put you at risk of getting stings, especially if you don’t know the right way to do it. There are many wasp removal products for this treatment, but the best treatments aren’t available to consumers.
This is where Aspect Pest Control can help you out. We will quickly remove the wasps from your premises.
Book your wasp removal treatment now.
Aspect Pest Control will ensure Wasps stay away from your premises through a variety of treatments. However, before doing that, our team will ensure that all the necessary protocols are performed so that the treatment is done successfully. These protocols include:
Thorough inspection – A thorough inspection will be the first step in identifying the magnanimity of the issue
Planning – A well-documented plan will be established from the findings of the inspection.
Follow Up – A post treatment plan to ensure the treatment is conducted successfully.
Guidance – All the necessary information about Wasps will be explained to you.
Our EDGE Framework at Handling Wasps
Have no fear about Wasps with Aspect Pest Control’s EDGE framework
E – Emergency solutions to handle Wasps
D – Developing customized solutions keeping in view of the size of the problem
G – Guiding you throughout the treatment and post-treatment process
E – Ensuring proper protocols of health and safety are in place during the treatment
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