Do You Need Help Dealing With The Wasps Around Your Denver Property?

Wasp nest on a wooden fence.

It’s bad enough when harmless nuisance pests invade your yard, but it becomes a significant cause for concern when those invaders are dangerous, too. Wasps are on the move, making their way to your neighborhood, and even settling into your yard. What’s a homeowner to do when wasps are busy buzzing around?

Beeline Pest Control has you covered with reliable pest control in Denver to help maintain a wasp-free summer-long environment. These stinging insects are not just irritating but can be harmful, especially if you, members of your household, or guests are allergic to wasp stings. Read more to learn more about these insects and the best way to get rid of a wasp nest.

Do Wasps Eat Garden Pests?

There are many reasons to rid your property of wasps as fast as possible; there are some surprising upsides you may not expect. One of those traits is that wasps offer you free pest control. Sure, it’s annoying how they rudely crash your backyard cookouts and pool parties and build nests inconveniently located in your sheds and eaves. But what they lack in courteousness, they make up for in utility. Wasps spend their time searching for caterpillars, aphids, flies, and other insects to feed their larvae. You can thank the mud dauber wasp for caring for those harmful black widow spiders in your yard.

What Are The Aggressive Types Of Wasps?

Wasps in your yard pose a danger to your safety, family, and houseguests. There’s nothing more infuriating than spending time and money to organize a backyard festivity only to have it ravaged by wasps. There are so many types of wasps that it’s confusing to recognize which ones are more aggressive than others. Check out the list below of the top five most aggressive wasps we hope you don’t encounter:

  1. Bald-Faced Hornets
  2. Yellow Jackets
  3. Paper Wasps
  4. Warrior Wasps
  5. Hornets

Although their behavior may vary slightly, these wasps are known to be predatory, highly aggressive, and territorial. However, the hornet is considered the most laid-back and won’t attack humans or animals unless you get too close to them or their nests. Conversely, yellow jackets are the most aggressive of the group and will sting and bite their victims repeatedly.  

Can The Pest Control In My Area Kill Wasps?

If wasps have taken over your yard, your local pest control will be able to remedy the situation. Most companies use chemical sprays containing pyrethrins and pyrethroids, which immediately cause massive injury to the wasp’s nervous system. The chemicals paralyze the insects before killing them. A wasp will instantly drop out of the air in mid-flight once sprayed with the insecticide. Although you can find bug sprays with these chemicals at your local hardware store, professional and experienced pest control will consistently deliver better results covering a wider area.

Therefore, contact us at Beeline Pest Control to schedule wasp removal services for your property.

Can Beeline Pest Control Get Rid Of All The Wasps Surrounding My Home?

When you get a professional pest control service involved in wasp nest removal in Denver, you can rest assured that we will get the job done safely and successfully. Even if you think the wasps have abandoned the nest, it is dangerous to conduct wasp removal yourself.

At Beeline Pest Control, we offer effective pest control for your residential and commercial spaces, including eco-friendly treatments to keep you and your household safe. With over a decade in the exterminating business, we have the experience and knowledge to eradicate different types of wasps on your property. Reach out to us today to request your free estimate.

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