Winged creatures can sting, cause allergic reactions, and wreak havoc in your home or yard. They are fiercely protective of their hives so don’t approach on your own. Call us instead, so you don’t risk a sting or worse.
Wasps and hornets in particular are bad news. Not only do they sting, sometimes without provocation, they leave itchy red welts and can cause allergic reactions in their victims.
Did you know:
Many wasp species are parasites or predators that feed on other insects, even honey bees?
Hornets are the angriest of the winged insects will often sting quickly at the first inclination of a threat?
Their stings are among the most painful of all the stinging insects?
Wasps belong to the genus, Vespa?
Common species found in New England include:
Wasps, bees, hornets and yellow jackets are attracted to your home from food sources that have been left out, such as soda spills, open trash cans, and sugary treats.
If you have wasps, hornets or other stinging insects on your property, they can quickly become a danger to occupants. Call us at (800) 975-6503 to handle the situation before someone gets hurt.