We’ll Take 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. They’re not only disruptive, but they also can hurt like the devil!
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 three-step approach for eliminating wasps and hornets.
During the first visit, our goal is to deal with the current wasps or hornets. To do this, we use electronically calibrated equipment to apply safe and effective control materials right where the wasps or hornets are living.
The second visit involves removing all nests that we can to ensure no larvae survive. This also improves the aesthetic of your space and provides peace of mind that the nests are gone.
During the second visit, we also perform sealing work to prevent a future infestation in that area(s).