Hornet & Wasp Nest Removal Services

Trying to remove a wasp or hornet nest without the proper safety equipment, training, and expertise can be an extremely dangerous undertaking. When wasps and hornets are threatened, they will swarm to defend their nest from attack. A swarm will likely leave you with numerous painful stings that could become a serious threat to your health.

Pest Authority will make sure wasps and hornets don’t plague your home anymore. You can your family can enjoy your yard as much as you want without worrying about being attacked by angry wasps and hornets. If they do make inside your home, just give us a call, and our technicians will perform additional treatments at no extra cost.

No Contracts. No Commitments. No Wasps. Guaranteed.

Wasp & Hornet Prevention Tips:

  • Check your window and door screens for any holes or tears and repair any that you find.
  • Keep garbage away from your home’s entrances and ensure trash is in containers with tight-fitting lids.
  • Seal cracks in windows and doors.
  • Thoroughly rinse recycling before putting it in your bin.
  • Clear away pet food as soon as your animals are finished eating.
  • Clean up spills promptly, especially from sugary drinks.

Wasp & Hornet Facts:

  • Wasps and hornets need protein to survive and primarily feed on other insects.
  • Most wasps build their nests out of wood fibers, which is why their nests look like they’re made of paper.
  • During winter months, wasps and hornets enter a state of dormancy.
  • Common wasp and hornet species in the United States include paper wasps, mud wasps, yellow jackets, bald-faced hornets, and cicada killers, among others.
  • Yellow jackets often build their nests in shaded areas, underground, in holes about the diameter of a pencil.
  • Wasps and hornets are much less active at night.

Common Wasp & Hornet Nest Locations:

  • Behind shutters
  • In hollow tree trunks or stacks of wood
  • In small, underground holes
  • Under roof awnings
  • On the ends of tree branches
  • Shaded sides of buildings
  • Play sets and wooden fences

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