Now providing wasp control services to Corona, Ontario and Riverside!
Wasps are sometimes mistakenly called bees, but are technically a different classification of pest. A typical wasp, the yellow jacket, is about 1/2" long, with alternating bands of yellow and black. Wasps are sometimes confused with honey bees, especially when flying in and out of their nests. Wasps, in contrast to honey bees, have a smooth stinger, allowing them to sting multiple times without dying. Wasps can be very dangerous to people who are allergic to bees. Multiple stings can cause anaphylactic shock and sometimes death. Wasp nests are built in trees, shrubs, attics, hollow walls, sheds, under porches, in the eaves of homes. Due to their aggressive stinging behavior, Southland Pest Control recommends that you never remove a wasp hive yourself.
How does Southland Pest Control treat a wasp infestation?
A Southland Pest Control technician will start by inspecting your property for wasp nests. Once the sources have been identified, the technician will remove the hive in the safest way possible. If a nest is between walls or inside the structure, Southland Pest Control has licensed, in-house contractors who can fully restore the wall after the nest is removed. A foam treatment may be used to eliminate the problem, if the nest is inaccessible.
All work performed by Southland Pest Control is guaranteed. For the best guaranteed results, Southland Pest Control recommends starting a preventative maintenance program to prevent future infestations from recurring. The preventative service is available on a monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly basis. Call today for more information about Wasp removal!