Stinging insects like bees are common pest bugs on Hamilton County properties and homes, but wasp problems can be an even bigger issue! Because they are more aggressive and bold than bees, wasps are known for defending their territory once they have made a nest. A swarm of wasps is a force to be reckoned with, and finding a wasp nest in or around your home can mean you have a wasp infestation. Call Critter Control of Hamilton County for effective wasp extermination and other stinging insect control today, and reach us online to request an estimate!
Get Rid of Wasps
Wasps can be either solitary or social. Solitary wasps will likely only sting if provoked (or if you're attempting nest removal), but we still recommend you do not go near them. Solitary wasps usually appear in smaller concentrations. An example of solitary wasp is a cicada killer.
Social wasps gather in larger numbers and are known to be aggressive toward humans. Examples of social wasps include paper wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets. Social wasp populations sometimes number in the thousands and can pose a serious threat to humans and pets.
Common wasp nest and wasp hive locations include:
- Wasp nests in the home
- In and around attics, eaves, and on roofs
- In garages
- On driveways
Full-Service Wasp Extermination
It is especially vital to hire an experienced professional wasp killer when you are facing a wasp control problem in your Hamilton County home or on your property. Between potentially chemically dangerous prevention methods and a wasp sting, it is important to be aware and knowledgeable of what you are using and where you are in relation to the wasp population, to avoid any mishaps. Call Critter Control of Hamilton County today for wasp removal help!Request a Quote