Wasp Nest Removal Service in Baltimore MD
We Make It Easy To Remove Wasp Nests
Wasps Are Dangerous. 1000s Can Be In A Large Nest
These Stinging Insects Can Be Very Aggressive When You Get Too Near Their Home
- If there are a lot of wasps near your house, this will diminish the numbers.
- Wasp nests can be destructive to house paint, siding and more.
- Wasps are especially dangerous to children or those with venom allergies.
- Pets are not safe with an occupied wasp nest. They are curious and will likely get stung.
- Wasps aren’t the only stinging insect to worry about: hornets and “murder hornets” live around here, yellow jackets and killer bees do, too. Even regular honeybees can sting when aggravated.
Nest Pest Control Removes Wasps Nest in the Baltimore Area
Recognizing what type of insect you have is a good indicator of what food sources are around. Wasps like other insects, as we’ve said, but they also like getting quick protein snacks from our trash or even dead animals. If you have either of these problems, they need to be dealt with, too.
High or Low, We Take Care Of It All
Here we have two different wasp nest removal jobs. The one in the gable was a paper wasp nest that the homeowner only realized was there after there were several wasps flying into and out of her son’s open window. We were able to go out there and destroy this nest some 25 feet off the ground.
The last image is of a bald-faced hornet nest wrapped around the gas pipes for a house near Baltimore. We saturated the nest with an insecticide and, wrapped in protective gear, we removed the nest and made sure the queen and all the other hornets inside were dead, too. These are dangerous insects and we weren’t taking any chances.
Neither should you. If you have a hornet nest or wasp nest or any other flying, stinging insect nest to deal with, let us do it for you and keep your family, and yourself, safe from the danger of these insects.
This wasp nest was high on the gable of this house, about 23 feet off the ground.
A Bald-Faced Hornet’s nest before we removed and destroyed it.
Getting stung in the face is no joke! Protect your family from terrible wasp stings by getting that wasp nest removed.
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Did you know…
First. Wasps feed their young the protein of other bugs and the protein they find in trash. So remove their food sources. Keep lids on trash canisters tight, bag trash inside and, if possible, store the canisters inside a garage or other place that will keep wasps and hornets out. Also, get regular pest control service. Keeping down the bugs around your home will also keep wasps from building nests on it.
Second. Adult wasps tend to eat sugary nectars and fruit. Especially if it is soft and rotting on the ground. Clean up fallen fruit and keep flowering plants farther from home.
Third. Minimize outdoor water sources. Standing water is bad because mosquitoes breed in it, but other animals, including wasps, drink it. Still fountains, tires with water in them, bowls, buckets and other things that catch water should all be emptied and put away. You’ll keep both wasps and mosquitos down.
Bald-faced hornet nest. Yep, we remove these types of nests, too! Just call Nest Pest Control to get rid of stinging insect nests on your property.
We know that not all of your questions have been answered on this page about spider control in Washington DC, so here are a couple that are commonly asked. Then, call us and ask any more you have and we’ll get you educated to make a good decision.
Will winter kill off a hive?
In other species, the next generation’s queens and few males will fly out of the nest and hibernate until the following spring.
Regardless of what happens, winter causes a die off, but will not get rid of the problem. Pest control service is your best bet against future nesting behaviors.