BEYOND THE HIVE

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YOUR DEFENSE AGAINST STINGING PESTS

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Many bees and wasps resemble the honey bee, and sometimes for the untrained eye it can be hard to distinguish between the different species.

Some of these species can be extremely aggressive when defending their nests and have very painful stings.

Southern Yellow Jackets, Ground Hornets, Bumble Bees, Carpenter Bees, Paper Wasps, and Mud Daubers are among the most common here in North Texas.

No matter what your situation is, we are trained and equipped to handle many other flying/stinging pests.

Do you have a problem with stinging insects other than bees? We can help!

IS IT A HONEY BEE OR A WASP?

  • HONEY BEE

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    Nesting

    Honey Bees build their hives out of wax in cavaties protected from the elements.

    Behavior

    Honey Bees are gentle unless they are injured or sense a major threat to the hive.

    Sting

    Honey Bees can only sting once. Their barbed stinger detaches from their abdomen, which kills the bee.

    Diet

    Pollen and nectar from flowers

    Ecosystem Benefits

    Bees transport 80% of the pollen required for most fruits and veggies. They are absolutely vital for the sustainability of flowering plants and food crops.

  • WASP

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    Nesting

    Wasps produce their nests from a paper like substance made of digested wood pulp.

    Behavior

    Wasps are more aggressive than honey bees, more easily provoked to sting, and some species can be very disruptive during outdoor activities like dining.

    Sting

    Wasps can sting multiple times. Some wasp stings are extremely painful.

    Diet

    Insects, scavenged food (including your BBQ!), and sugary substances like nectar

    Ecosystem Benefits

    Wasps prey on a variety of insects, which means they can control some pests, but they also kill bees and steal their honey.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Why should I hire a professional for wasp extermination?

Professional exterminators have the expertise and equipment to safely and effectively remove wasp nests. DIY attempts can be dangerous and may lead to stings or incomplete removal.

Are wasps dangerous, and why should I be concerned about their presence?

Yes, wasps can be dangerous, especially if their nests are disturbed. They may sting in defense, and some individuals may be allergic to their venom. Professional removal ensures the safety of you and your family.

How do I know if I have a wasp nest on my property?

Look for signs such as increased wasp activity, nests in or around your home, or audible buzzing sounds. If in doubt, it’s best to consult with a professional for a thorough inspection.

Is your extermination process safe for pets and children?

Yes, our methods prioritize safety. We use eco-friendly products and take precautions to ensure the safety of your family, including pets.

How can I schedule an inspection or service?

Contact our team through our website or give us a call. We’ll schedule an inspection at your convenience and provide a customized solution for your specific situation.

Ready to receive a no-obligation consultation and estimate?

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We will safely and effectively exterminate any stinging insect nests that have been located and identified, or your money back!

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