Bee Removal

Bee, Wasp, and Hornet Removal Services in MD, PA, NJ, & DE

Insects such as bees, wasps, hornets, and yellowjackets are pretty common in the summer months. One way to avoid getting stung by them and keep your entire family safe is to ensure your home is free from their nests or hives. If you suspect an infestation, we recommend immediately calling Go Green Lawn & Pest Control for bee removal solutions or wasp nest removal services.

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What Are The Different Types Of Stinging Insects?

Honey bee colonies are social insects found throughout the U.S., and their color can range from orangish brown to black. They have six legs, and their sting can be painful. Only go near a beehive or assist someone if you’re properly suited up, or you may also get stung.

Other types of bees include carpenter bees, Africanized bees, and bumblebees. Call a professional when you see a beehive on your property so we can help you properly remove them.

A paper wasp or an umbrella wasp is another type of stinging insect that lives in small colonies. There are over 20 wasp species in North America alone, and they usually have long legs.

Signs of a wasp infestation include seeing wasps nearby or piles of chewed wood. Like the bees, their sting can be painful (and even dangerous for people allergic to it). Seal cracks on doors and windows and make sure all food containers are covered to avoid attracting wasps.

Yellowjackets have black and yellow heads and patterned abdomens. They’re wasp-like, and their sting is known to be really painful. These pests are fiercely territorial so make sure you hire a professional bee removal company when you see a nest on your property.

A hornet is another type of stinging insect. Getting rid of hornets on your own can be dangerous and risky especially when you don’t protect yourself. Although they’re not as aggressive as other insects, their sting can be difficult and even fatal. Contact the right pest removal company that offers effective hornet nest removal services.


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Bee, Wasp And Hornet Removal Process

Our process involves thoroughly inspecting your property to identify the type of bee, wasp, or hornet species and locate their nests. We’ll then provide you with a detailed treatment to effectively get rid of these pests in your home.

Additionally, our team will share prevention tips to avoid a future infestation. Feel free to get in touch to learn more about our services.

What To Do When You Notice a Bee Nest?

Some types of bees will chase nest invaders, and a bee sting can be painful and even deadly. If you see a beehive on your property, keep in mind that you shouldn’t spray insecticides on them, for they’re beneficial pollinators. The first thing you need to do is to keep your distance, reducing the chances of getting stung.

If the beehive is outside your home, make sure to keep your little ones and pets away from them. When you see them inside, try not to block the access that the bees may have used to enter, or they may escape to other areas in your home, and it may be difficult to remove them.

We recommend calling bee removal experts to get rid of bees on your property effectively. The next step is to do a thorough cleanup, as the bees may have left behind honey that may attract other pests in your home. Go Green Lawn & Pest Control offers residential pest control services in your area.

If you see a wasp flying near your garden or home, there’s likely a nest close by. A nest can contain thousands of these insects in the summer months. Keep in mind that wasps can be territorial and are ready to attack anyone who disrupts their nests, so make sure you know what to do when you see them on your property.

Some signs to look out for are a sudden increase in wasp activity in the area. You may notice them flying around or see them entering and exiting a specific spot. Seeing chewed wood fibers can also indicate wasp activity in the area. Wasp net can be as small as a walnut or a golf ball when it’s summer. If you suspect a wasp nest in your home, locate the nest and determine what type of wasp nest it is. While you may be able to remove the nest, we recommend calling professionals for wasp removal services.

A wasp removal company can help you permanently get rid of these pests. Our team is equipped with all the tools to remove wasps safely. Depending on the type of wasp, we may use physical removal or by using the water technique to get rid of them. Call us so we can recommend the most effective solution.

You can prevent future infestation by limiting food sources (wasps like fruits and any sugary drinks) and sealing entry points. Always clean as you go; don’t leave food containers uncovered to avoid attracting wasps. We also recommend inspecting your homes for any gaps or openings and completely sealing them. Herbs such as thyme and mint can also help deter wasps.

A hornet’s nest are usually found near bushes and trees and is made with paper-like material. It’s important to know how to avoid a hornet’s sting, which can be really painful. It may even be dangerous when you’re allergic to it. You can get rid of a hornet’s nest by removing them or spraying them with insecticides. However, we recommend calling a residential bee removal company to properly and safely get rid of these pests on your property.

Do you need bee or wasp removal services on your property? Contact Go Green Lawn & Pest Control today. We are your local bee removal company!

Go Green Lawn And Pest Control offers additional services including mosquito, wildlife, and bed bugs removal services. We are your pest control company!

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