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Yellow-jacket removal services.

Yellowjackets are the most aggressive in defending their nest. They can be distinguished from bees by their thin “waists.” Bees are thick-wasted. Yellowjackets fold their wings lengthwise when at rest. If a colony is disturbed, the yellow jackets can become very aggressive and sting. Make sure to inspect for yellow jacket nests, before mowing the lawn or using trimmers. For most people, the yellow jacket sting is temporary but painful. However, for allergic individuals, a single sting may result in a serious reaction that requires medical treatment.

The key to eliminating a Yellow Jacket Nest is to identify and control the nest observe them going in and out of the nest area during the day treat the nest at nite while they are all in the nest.

If it is an open nest on a tree or shrubs you can use a wasp and hornet spray or dust first spray with a contact kill pyrethrins spray wasp and hornet spray make sure you follow the directions on the can wait about 15 minutes then apply a dust-like tempo again be sure to follow the label however if you can’t see the nest do not spray blindly into a crack or hole into your home you have a very limited chance of spraying the nest and the chemical will drive the Yellow Jackets into your house.

First, make sure you have a bee veil to protect yourself from possible painful bee stings Yellow jackets can sting you several times, and do not leave a stinger. If you don’t want the risk of getting stung want guaranteed removal of your yellow Jackets at a reasonable price Contact the Experts at A1 Bee Specialists.com

A1 Bee Specialists use Integrated pest management, or (IPM), approach to solving Yellow Jacket and stinging insect problems while minimizing risks to people and the environment. (IPM) is used to manage Yellow Jackets, Bald Faced Hornets, Carpenter Bees, and other stinging insects.

IPM is an ecosystem-based strategy that focuses on the long-term prevention of stinging insects and their damage through a combination of techniques such as biological control, habitat manipulation, modification of cultural practices, and use of resistant varieties. Pesticides are used only after monitoring indicates they are needed according to established guidelines, and treatments are made with the goal of removing only the target organism. Pest control materials are selected and applied in a manner that minimizes risks to human health, beneficial and nontarget organisms, and the environment.

These IPM principles and practices are combined to create IPM programs. While each situation is different, six major components are common to stinging insects IPM programs:

  1. insect identification to determine if the problem is Yellow Jackets, Bald Faced Hornets, Carpenter Bees or other stinging insects.
  2. Monitoring and assessing stinging insect numbers and damage
  3. Establishing guidelines and tailored programs for when management action is needed
  4. Preventing and excluding stinging insects from nesting
  5. Using a combination of biological, cultural, physical/mechanical and chemical management tools to prevent and get rid of stinging insects
  6. After the IPM program is provided family and pets can enjoy the outdoors without the fear of getting stung.
  7. The spring of the year presents an excellent time for Bees, Wasp, Hornets, Carpenter Bees, and Stinging insects to emerge from overwintering hibernation, the warm temperature presents an ideal environment for them to start mating and searching for suitable areas to establish their nest.

It’s important for homeowners to get their Prevention Package program during the spring to enjoy the outdoors during the summer, protect your home from Bees, Wasps, Hornet nests, and Carpenter Bee wood damage.

A1 Bee Specialists Service approach for stinging insects consists of a specially designed 1 2 3 approach.

  1. Comprehensive Home Inspection of the exterior of your home and nesting area including eaves and gutters, overhangs, peaks, shutters, 90-degree areas that protect stinging insects from the rain and weather, Mailbox, Play areas, cracks and entry points, etc.
  2. Provide an (IPM) Integrated Pest Management service – Integrated pest management, or IPM, is a process A1 Bee Specialists incorporated into its stinging insect program to solve problems while minimizing risks to people and the environment. IPM concept is used to manage Yellow Jackets, Bald Faced Hornets, Carpenter Bees, and other stinging insects. A1 Bee Specialists IPM approach aims to identify, exclude and treat potential nesting areas and to disrupt their reproduction cycle. Our expert Technicians goal is to create an environment to stop the nesting before it get started
  3. Provide a spring, winter inspection and Monitoring program to prevent overwintering and Spring nest establishment to identify and prevent any potential problem areas or stinging insects from establishing nests.

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We just had A1 Bee Specialists out to remove 2 bald-faced hornets’ nests. One was in a tree about 8 feet off the ground, and one was attached to a peak on the house. Carvin removed both of them and treated the area to prevent more queens from making it their home. Thank you, Carvin, for the excellent service! I will be sure to recommend your company to others with bee/wasp issues.

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