Bee Wasp Removal Solutions
Bee wasp removal begins by identifying the type of stinging insect inhabiting your property.
If you have bees (not wasps or Africanized honey bees), call for swarm removal to have them rehomed. Bees are an essential part of our ecosystem and should not be destroyed.
Wasp removal and control, however, is urgent and ongoing. You want to get rid of wasps quickly to remove these aggressive pests from your yard and home.
Professional Wasp Control
Wasp control requires aggressive treatment. The products used are high grade and applied directly to the wasp nest. If you see wasps after treatment, do not worry. They will soon disappear.
The next step is eliminating hanging nests. Yellow jackets and other ground-dwelling wasps create nests that typically deteriorate over the winter. Umbrella and other hanging nests will be knocked down and removed.
Before the next Spring, you should seal entrances, or have this exclusion completed professionally. Wasps return to the same areas. The traits that made the nest location appealing will not vanish without correction.
Croach® Pest Control Solution
A Croach® licensed pest control technician will perform a thorough inspection of your property and discuss potential problems. A customized plan for extermination and ongoing management is presented. Then your home’s interior and exterior are treated to begin pest control services.
Ongoing pest control and management are in your best interest for the health and safety of your home, family, and pets. We will fortify a protective barrier around the outside of your property and apply exclusion methods as needed. Your technician uses environmentally-friendly products whenever possible.
Free Retreats Guarantee
If you experience pest activity in between regularly scheduled services, Croach® will return and retreat the affected areas free of charge. If we have not fixed the problem after two retreats, we will refund your last full payment.
Your technician is available to advise you on steps to make your house and yard less appealing to wasps. Covering garbage and removing other food sources are good first steps.