Stinging pests such as bees and hornets make their nests in the ground, wood or trees and shrubs. Close proximity between your building and nearby plant life and soil can create an inviting way for these pests to get inside, increasing the need for vigilance when it comes to pest control efforts. However, the type of stinging pest often determines the course of action that needs to be taken.
Wasps and hornets are best handled by pest control experts and exterminated on site, removing both the insects and their nests. Bees, on the other hand, due to their endangered status, are better relocated to safer environments. Contacting a pest control service that will safely remove and transfer these honey-providing insects to a new home is the best way to handle them.
If there is an uncontrollable problem with flying, stinging pests on your premises, contact Rudy’s Exterminating Co., Inc., immediately for a response within 24 hours.