Wasp Pest Control
Wasps typically build nests under soffit, eaves, inside of fixtures, play houses and equipment around your property. In extreme cases, wasps colonies can invade your attic and work their way into your home. If you notice large numbers of wasps, you most likely have at least one, if often more, nest nearby. A nest can contain thousands of wasps and when they attack they are aggressive. A wasp’s stinger contains venom that is transmitted through their sting. While a bee can only sting once, wasps can sting repeatedly during an attack. Stings are extremely painful, can cause irritation and can be potentially dangerous to those allergic to their stings.
Tips to prevent wasp colonization on your property:
We guarantee every aspect of our pest control service and are committed to ridding your property of theses pesky pests. If you find a nest, or suspect that you have nests, contact Edge. Our Service Specialists will be on site within 24 hours and if we can't make it out in 24 hours, you are guaranteed to have us there within 48 hours. You shouldn't avoid being outside in your yard for fear of you or your family being stung. You have worked hard to make your house a home, let us help you reclaim your property so that you can spend time enjoying your yard rather than worrying about these painful pests.
- Keep bright flowers and other foliage away for the perimeter of your home.
- If you use wasp catchers, make sure to install them away from the structure of your home as they can actually attract the wasps.
- Keep garbage can lids tightly closed.
- Don't leave any food items outside for wasps to feed on.