Bee, Wasp & Hornet Removal
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Are you having a problem with bees, wasps, or hornets? The presence of bees and wasps can ruin your summer and pose serious health risks to family members with bee allergies. Don’t let bees or wasps keep you from enjoying your yard this summer, whether you are in Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh, Garner, Concord, or the surrounding area.
Bee Removal in Charlotte
We offer bee removal in Charlotte for all types of bees and their nests. It is common for bees to make their homes under eaves, underneath patios and decking, in sheds, barns, and any other outdoor structure. If you think you have bee nests on your property or are dealing with swarms, it is best to consult with a professional.
Some of the most common problems in our area include yellowjacket wasps and bald-faced hornets. Yellowjacket wasps are considered to be the most dangerous type of wasp. They can be extremely harmful because they have the ability to bite and sting their victims multiple times and live in large underground nests with as many as 10,000 wasps. Stings often happen when their nests are accidentally disturbed.
Additionally, we are adept at removing cicada killer wasps, which while they are not deadly, can still be a nuisance.
Effective North Carolina Bee & Wasp Removal
Our Charlotte bee removal technicians provide a level of service and attention to detail that sets us apart from any other pest control company. People often associate bees, hornets, and wasps with the summer months, but wasps are known for looking for warm conditions to spend the winter. For this reason, treating your home in the fall and winter is essential for protecting your home and family.
We offer exceptional pest control services to keep your family safe and comfortable in all seasons of the year. Our technicians start with a thorough inspection and initial flush-out service to get rid of your wasps and bees. Following that initial visit, we offer quarterly service to ensure that your home is fully protected from stinging insects. Call Sage Pest Control for removal in Charlotte, Gastonia, Greensboro, Durham, Raleigh, and surrounding communities.
Preventing Bee and Wasp Infestations
At Sage Pest Control, we believe that prevention is key when it comes to bee and wasp control. By taking a few simple steps, you can avoid the need for costly and time-consuming extermination services:
- Seal any cracks or holes in your home's exterior to prevent bees and wasps from entering.
- Keep outdoor garbage cans tightly closed to avoid attracting stinging insects.
- Trim back overgrown bushes and tree branches that may provide a nesting spot for bees and wasps.
- Regularly inspect your property for signs of bee or wasp activity, such as nests or swarms.
If you do spot a potential infestation, don't hesitate to give us a call. Our expertly trained technicians can assess the situation and provide safe and effective removal services. Remember, trying to remove a bee or wasp nest on your own can be dangerous and should always be left to the professionals.
Expertly Trained Stinging Insect Removal
The technicians at Sage Pest Control are among the less than 3% of pest control companies in the country to be QualityPro certified. Our Charlotte bee control specialists are fully screened, trained, and equipped to provide the most effective solutions for stinging insects. We provide weekly training to ensure that our technicians are updated on the best and most effective methods for locating and eliminating stinging insects and all other types of pests. We stand behind the quality of our work, and our pest control services are covered by a year-round guarantee.
Bald-Faced Hornet Nests Are:
- Large and grayish brown
- Shaped like a tear drop or elongated ball
- Found in trees, on utility poles, overhangs of houses, and in sheds
- Aggressively defended by the hornets
They work together to defend their nests and will not hesitate to attack if they feel threatened or their nest is disturbed. The hornets work together to sting their victims and are able to sting multiple times. In addition to stinging, bald-faced hornets will spray venom toward the eyes of their victims, which makes getting away even more difficult.
4221 Joe St STE B
Charlotte, NC 28206