Video of Bee Wasp hornets Nest removal

What are Wasps?

Bee wasp hornets are social insects. They are often mistaken as bees due to their distinctive black and yellow markings. However, unlike bees, they are smaller, have thinner waists and elongated wings that fold on the side while they are resting.  They also aren’t as fuzzy or hairy as the honey bee.
Wasps prefer to build underground colonies, but they may choose an aerial spot from time to time. The common spots for their nests include burrows, roofs, attics, and inside your walls.

Why should I get rid of Wasps

Bee Wasp Hornet Nest Removal. Protect your family and pets, remove Bee Wasp Hornet Nest and enjoy the outdoors again. I want to give you some information to make it fun for your family and pets to enjoy the outside. After being cooped up all winter inside the house, you want to enjoy the spring-summer months without the fear of getting stung. Wasps hang around your deck, The Kids Play area, The Pets food, and build nests on your home and in the ground. There’s a solution to this problem, contact a licensed Professional Bee Specialists.

Bee Wasp Hornet Removal Tips

Bee Wasp Hornet Nest Removal. i is necessary before it becomes a problem in late spring-early summer. This is just the time you would like to enjoy your deck and the kid’s play area. It is always best to call a licensed Professional Bee Specialist to handle Yellow Jacket Problems around your home. (NPMA) National Pest Management Association stated that over 500.000 thousand people go to hospitals because of Wasp stings. Some folks are allergic to stings and die.

It’s not recommended that you try and do it yourself; however, if you want to control wasps yourself, follow the suggestions below.
Treating wasps at night is recommended because the wasps are less aggressive at this time. Use a Beeveil to cover your head and face from stings.
Wear protective clothing, including gloves and hats, to protect your body, along with boots for your feet. Call a professional if the nest is indoors or the nest is inaccessible. If you can’t see the nest in your wall, do not spray because you will only drive them into your home.
Read the wasp label carefully and follow the directions.

How to Get rid of a wasp nest

One way to protect yourself and your family from stinging insects is to ensure your property is free from hives and nests. Inspect your home on a routine basis. Walk around the exterior of your home, paying special attention to overhangs, eaves, the underside of porches and decks. Also inspect shrubs, trees, sheds, and other structures. If you do find a nest on your property, do not attempt to remove it on your own. The colony can become defensive and attack en masse. Instead, contact a licensed Bee Specialists who will be able to relocate or remove the hive in a safe manner.

Why Choose A1 Bee Specialists for Wasp Removal

Since 1995, thousands of homeowners within South East Michigan, Oakland County, Wayne County, Macomb County, and Washtenaw County have depended on us to solve their Bee Wasp & Hornet problems. Our knowledge, training, and reputation are second to none

Our Eco-friendly (IPM) Integrated Pest Management effective treatment is environmental, children, and pets safe as we only apply safe chemicals and use it strictly according to the label.
A1 Bee Specialists offers a service that not only removes bee wasp hornet infestations, but we also offer a service that actually prevents them from returning and building new nests. A1 Bee Specialists breaks the bee wasp hornet cycle with our Wasp Prevention Service! Schedule Now

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