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Best Pest Control For Wasps Near Pine Ridge


Wasps are known to be among the most fearsome creatures because of their sting, and their stings are venomous. For some people, the venom on their sting can cause anaphylactic shock and can be fatal. Wasps can also be a nuisance and can ruin your outdoor barbecues and picnics; and when they do, remember not to try to swat them. The reason being that wasps emit pheromones. This enables a solitary wasp to call for back up. Once the back up comes, they are usually aggressive to humans.

This is why the people of Pine Ridge has taken steps to make sure that wasps will never be around to bother them. Like your neighbors, you may also want to take steps to protect yourself from these wasps.

To best protect yourself from wasps, you should be able to identify them first. There are three species of wasps that can be dangerous: the paper wasps, hornets, and the yellow jacket wasps.

The Most Common Wasps

The paper wasps have a brownish coloring with yellow markings on their bodies. They can grow to be 16- 20 mm long and have distinctive long legs. They feed on nectar, caterpillars, flies, and beetle larvae. Be careful when you see one of these around because they have powerful stings which may cause an allergic reaction.

Yellow jackets have black antennae and shorter legs than the paper wasps. They grow to be 10 – 16 mm and has a black and yellow banded abdomen. Yellow jackets are very aggressive and are known to protect their colony. When they feel threatened, they sting. They are social creatures and they live in nests with workers, males, and a queen.

Here is a tip: yellow jacket wasps are attracted to sweet smelling perfume and colorful clothing. On a warm, summer day, it is best to avoid wearing them.

Hornets are the largest social wasps. They are bald-faced and have white markings on their heads and thorax. They are brownish with orange markings. They can squirt venom from their stinger into the eyes of nest intruders, causing temporary blindness.

It is also important to distinguish a wasp from bees. Wasps have thin waistlines, has less body hair than the bees, and have smaller colonies.

The Best In Pest Control For Wasps

Now that you know how to identify wasps, it is time to get rid of them. The best way to solve your wasp infestation problems is to call in the experts: Go- Forth Pest Control Company. They are the best in pest control for wasps in Pine Ridge, with 60 years of experience tucked under their belts.

The company uses state of the art equipment and a family and pet friendly pest control solutions. They have highly skilled and highly trained professionals who can get the job done to your satisfaction. They also offer same-day service, EPA approved pest extermination methods and discounts for regular service agreements.

Contact us immediately for service or to get professional advice on your pest problem.