Wasp Control in Houston & Dallas
Are wasps taking over your home? Have them exterminated with our wasp control experts. Our Houston wasp removal professionals understand that when it comes to having wasps in your yard, you must act fast. Otherwise, you’ll be stung and unable to access key parts to your yard. From backyard swing sets, to garden sheds and patios, keep wasps under control with our professional wasp control services.
Sometimes you have to think outside of the box when it comes to wasp removal. With their extremely aggressive nature, they’ll quickly start a swarm if they think their nest is being messed with. With the typical mature paper wasp nest homing upwards of 20 to 30 wasps, this Queen Bee can cause quite the disturbance to your backyard barbeque.
The worst part is when you have family members who are allergic to wasp stings. Don’t take the risk – call our Dallas and Houston wasp removal experts today. We’ll have someone visit your home quickly and take control of the situation so you can once again enjoy your yard!
Wasp Control in Dallas and Houston
As an extremely aggressive pest which won’t think twice about attacking anything that gets in their way, it’s essential to call a pest control expert who specializes in wasp removal. The professionals at Stampede Pest Control use state of the art equipment and techniques which are effective at exterminating and removing wasps.
If you’re having a backyard barbeque or don’t want your kids to get attacked by wasps, call us today! We’ll be happy to send out a pest control expert to exterminate wasps which have taken over your yard. Are you having a problem with mosquito control, bed bugs, or cockroach extermination? We handle this too! Schedule your appointment today!
Appearance: 3/4 – 1 inch in length, can be black/yellow, or dark red in color
Habitat and Behavior: Paper wasp hives can usually be found underneath eaves, in bushes, or backyard jungle gyms. They gather fibers from dead wood or plant stems, which they mix with saliva to create their nests. They will only attack if they feel the nest is threatened and can generate a very painful sting, which has been known to produce a fatal anaphylactic shock in some individuals.
Diet: Paper wasps feed on nectar and other insects and are sometimes considered beneficial by gardeners.
Control: Approaching the nest while wasps are present is not recommended. Contact a professional who will knock down the wasps and then remove the nest to prevent the wasps from returning.