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Stinging Insect Control
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Stinging Insect Control Middlesex
Living in summertime isn’t always easy when wasps, yellow jackets, or hornets are around. But it wouldn’t be summertime without these insects. They’re good for pollinating your flowers and killing other predators. Yellow jacket bees feed their young with liquefied pests like house flies and caterpillars.
But most people don’t think through their pain about the circle of life when they’re stung, that’s why our stinging insect exterminators are here to help. Bees are part of the wasp family, and like wasps and hornets, they also are predators. Before you consider controlling bees, wasps or hornets, you must identify them. You must also know what cycle they are currently in to control them.
Wasps, Hornets & Yellow Jackets
Yellow jacket bees, called this because of their black and yellow striped bodies, usually build their nests low to the ground. They are not typically aerial builder that most people think. Instead they are found in wall voids or under veranda steps and even sidewalk cracks.
They are known to be aggressive defenders of their queen and nests. They can sting multiple times, leaving their victim in pain or even with dangerous allergic reactions. Thousands of people die each year in North America from wasp and hornet stings.
When a wasp stings a person, it emits a smell to sound the alarm that the nest is in jeopardy. If this happens the colony will swarm the threatening person or animal. Over time a bee nest can create more than 1,000 workers when it’s in mature phase. Hornets also are members of the wasp family.
Their sting is significantly more painful than bees and they do not die after they sting, which they can do multiple times. There are several breeds that can be found in New Jersey, at least forty to fifty types. Some are solitary insects and will not sting unless provoked others are much more aggressive.
Stinging Insect Control
Wasp nest control is best left to professionals. Though bees and wasps are critical to the food cycle there are serious consequences of infestations. This is why many people will attempt to control bees and wasps on their own, using dangerous techniques such as not wearing protective clothing.
This can be an extremely painful education. The bee and wasp identity must first be confirmed before any control mechanisms begin. You also need to know their current life cycle and how they behave. This is crucial for an integrated and comprehensive control approach.
But is often hard for nonprofessionals recognize critical details like life cycles. These cycles are often close together and often overlap and are dependent upon weather conditions. Middlesex County Pest Control has years of experience controlling wasp infestations and understanding conditions necessary to conditions to control wasp problems.
Stinging Insect Removal
Our inspection team will discover the nest and devise strategies for removal and provide prevention plans. We also educate clients to prevent trying unnecessary remedies. Stinging insect control is usually an emergency and clients need rapid removal.
We will handle your wasp and bee infestation quickly and efficiently, never leaving nest particles behind that could be potential avenues for bees and wasps to form another infestation. In some cases the nest is better left alone unless it is in a place populated frequently by people and pets.
They are less risky to remove in winter weather when the nest is dormant. But if the nest is in your house behind walls, it’s advisable to call professional pest control. Sealing up any cracks and crevice is important as you will find wasps migrating to your attic or underneath eaves of your property.