Wasps Nest Removal
What Are Wasps
Wasp 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.
Get rid of bee wasp hornet nest removal.
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.