During warmer months, flying, stinging insects may become a problem in or around your home. Although there are about a dozen varieties that are most commonly seen, there are actually more than 130 different species of bees, hornets, wasps, and yellow jackets in the continental United States.
Flying, stinging insects can be more than just a nuisance to you and your family. Although many bees are slow to sting, other species, such as yellow jackets, are more aggressive and need very little provocation. Many stinging insects attack in swarms and can sting multiple times, creating the need for emergency medical assistance.
Strategic Industries recommends inspecting your home and surrounding area on a frequent basis to check for nests, holes or large numbers of these insects so that you can obtain appropriate flying, stinging insect pest management services to keep your family safe from unnecessary injury.
Flying, Stinging Insect Control Services
It is important that you contact Strategic Industries when dealing with your flying, stinging insect problems. Dealing with hives and nests, no matter where they are located, can be hazardous. Depending on the species, these nests may contain thousands of stinging insects. When provoked, these insects may swarm and attack.
When dealing with nests inside the home, there is a risk of becoming trapped in an area that is small or has little chance of quick escape if the colony swarms. It is important to know that many standard insect killers can damage the materials in your home as well. We offer a variety of safe, efficient methods and materials to deal with your pest problem.
Our professionals at Strategic Industries will perform a thorough inspection of your home and surrounding area to make a proper identification of the species of pest or pests that need to be eradicated. There are several plans and packages that we offer and will discuss with you in order to best meet the safety and needs of your family.
Ways to Protect Yourself and Your Family
The best way to protect you and your family from flying, stinging insects is to keep an eye out for nests and nesting grounds. Check for any of the following:
- Hanging paper nests
- Small holes in the ground with large numbers of insects
- Holes in wood trimmings of your home or outbuildings
- Insects entering or leaving areas on the outside of your home, such as underneath siding
- Frequently seen insects under the porch
- Insects seen frequently around trees, bushes, or other foliage
If you find a nest or nesting area, do not attempt to remove it or treat the area yourself. Let our professionals at Strategic Industries use the proper equipment and treatment to do the job for you.
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