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Residential Pest Control

Pest Control for Bees, Wasps, Hornets


Bees, wasps, and hornets are among the most common insects in North America. Bees are covered in a fuzzy layer to allow them to transfer pollen from flower to flower, while wasps and hornets have longer, hairless, cone shaped bodies. While bees tend to craft their hives within secluded, undisturbed areas, wasps and hornets are more likely to nest in areas that directly interfere with humans, such as eavestroughs, sheds, and other areas around the home. Bees, wasps, and hornets are just a few of the flying insects that Skedaddle Pest Control can protect you from. Our extensive knowledge and experience in Pest Control allows us to correctly identify, eliminate, control and protect you and your property from these pests.

Identify & Eliminate

Bees, wasps & hornets may all look the same. When it comes to these flying insects, identifying the species is key to determining the best pest control service for your property. Our pest control technicians will perform a thorough property assessment to determine the kind of species you’re dealing with and where the infected areas on your property are located. They will inspect high traffic areas, harbourage sites, and hot spots and remove any active infestations. We will provide a clear plan to eliminate any hives, mud daubers, and nests that are wreaking havoc on your property. Get back to enjoying your property, hosting family bbqs and providing a safe environment for family gatherings with Skedaddle Pest Control.

Clean & Control

Bees, wasps and hornets are not considered a messy pest. They don’t leave a trail wherever they go and they often fly undetected. Our clean up efforts will focus on safely and thoroughly cleaning up all nest and debris as their nests and hives can encourage more population growth if not properly removed. Our trained Pest Control Technicians will properly remove the nest and deodorize the space to control to eliminate the active infestation. Homeowners should focus on keeping trees and bushes trimmed, clearing out eastrophes and regular cleaning of the yard and green space to keep these flying pests from coming back.

Monitor & Protect

Bees, wasps and hornets typically reproduce in late summer, early autumn. As the temperature drops and the nights get colder, these flying pests form a winter cluster and hibernate for the winter. This can cause even more headaches for homeowners without a pest control plan. With continued monitoring from season to season you can protect your family and your home and enjoy a pest free environment. Flying insects have the ability to nest from ground to roof, which is why Skedaddle recommends regularly scheduled seasonal check-ups to inspect your property for any signs that your intruders have returned. These pests also reproduce at an alarming rate, making regular inspections integral to keep up with the growing populations. By treating the property with effective and safe repellants, we reduce the risk of flying insects re-establishing on the property, creating a long term solution for homeowners.