Bee, Wasp and Hornet Removal
If you’re in need of bee, wasp, or hornet removal services, then make sure to contact a professional to assist in solving your problem. It can be tempting to handle the issue on your own, but calling a qualified pest exterminator is the best way to ensure safe methods are used that will protect your home, family, and pets. In addition to having good customer service, working with a licensed fumigator or exterminator is an important part of seeking out professional assistance.
When it comes to methods there are several including pest traps, baits, chemicals, and pest mating, all of which can get rid of any bees, wasps, or hornets in your home. And with these bugs being less active at night, that makes it the ideal time for removal, but keep in mind that worker and queen bees are present in their hives at night, so having a professional that shows care is an important part of removal. Here are some of the products and methods to remove bees, wasps, and hornets from your home:
Top 3 Ways to Exterminate Bees, Wasps and Hornets
- Use of Aerosols
Using an aerosol, like a PT Wasp or Wasp-X, is a quick way to kill wasps, bees, and hornets. Because the aerosol sprays are oil-based, that means they can stain surfaces. Whether you’re spraying or a professional has been hired to spray, then care must be taken to avoid staining. If you’re looking for a less toxic alternative, consider ECO PCO, which is a botanical line.
- Use of Insecticide Dust
If you’ve got a void area with emerging wasps, insecticide dust can do the trick. The dust settles on the surfaces where it is laid, and continues to kill pests for up to six months. There are two insecticide dust types: tempo dust and dusters. While tempo dust is what successfully kills stinging insects while dusters are what assist with the process.
- Use of Residual Liquid Insecticides
Another option is a liquid insecticide, which can be sprayed in areas where wasps, bees and hornets are located. It is highly concentrated, and should be mixed with water. Spray in areas the pests are likely to nest, which will control existing pests, and preventing nesting in the future. Cyper WSP is a good example of a liquid insecticide. With this type, minimize spraying on trees and clean your home thoroughly after fumigating. Wear protective gear such as gloves, overalls, and an appropriate head covering and eyewear.
If you’re ready to get your bee, wasp, or hornet removal started, then contact us and we’ll get you the professional pest removal services you need.