Wasp & Hornet Removal Takes the Sting Out of Infestation
While bees pollinate plants, wasps and hornets are useful for eating other pesky insects. Still, the last thing you want is a wasp or hornet infestation on your hands.
Their important role in the local ecosystem doesn’t mean you have to tolerate wasps living right near — or worse, in — your home. They’re not only disruptive, but they also can hurt like the devil! Pest control for wasps helps you stay safe.
What are Wasps, Yellow Jackets & Hornets?
The wasp category includes wasps themselves, as well as yellow jackets and hornets. These three insects share a common ancestor with bees and ants.
One important and painful quality that separates wasps from many related stinging insects is their ability to sting repeatedly. Those stings are truly dangerous if you’re struck near an airway or if you’re allergic. Otherwise, they’re simply painful and unwelcome. Those are great reasons to get the best wasp control in Michigan and keep your property free from these pests.
Wasp, Hornet & Yellow Jacket Control: Our Process
When yellow jackets, paper wasps, hornets, and mud dauber wasps are making themselves at home, Wingman will evict them for good. Providing residential and commercial treatment service, here’s our approach for eliminating wasps and hornets.
Pest Control for Wasps and Hornets: Step 1
During the first visit, our goal is to deal with the current hornet or wasp infestation. To do this, we use electronically calibrated equipment to apply safe and control materials right where the wasps or hornets are living.
A combination of liquid and dust treatment is very effective to handle the colony. This sets the stage for comprehensive wasp removal.
We use a power duster to deliver a precise application and directly target the wasps and hornets.
Pest Control for Wasps and Hornets: Step 2
Once the wasps and hornets have been successfully controlled, we remove the nests. This presents wasps from continuing to appear in or near your home in the future.
Our strategy for delivering hornet and wasp solutions here in Michigan ensures no larvae survive. If the nest is in a hard-to-reach area, like a wall or attic, it may be best to leave it to allow the product to tackle the entire nest.
Pest Control for Wasps and Hornets: Step 3
Once the nest is taken care of, we also offer sealing work to prevent wasps from causing a future infestation in that area(s). Physically blocking pests out yields the best results. This is the last step for wasp control in Brighton and across our entire southeast Michigan service area.
Count On the Wingman for Hornet and Wasp Pest Control in Michigan
We don’t just offer Brighton hornet and wasps pest solutions — we cover a wide range of southeast Michigan. Tired of dealing with annoying and painful stinging insects? Join our Pest Defender Program and stop wasps and bees from making your home, their home.