While bees and wasps are actually beneficial insects and an important part of the ecosystem, they can quickly turn into a major problem when they begin to nest in and around your building. Not only can they cause damage and create hassle, but cause painful stings as well.
While a wasp or bee sting is uncomfortable enough, for those who have severe allergic reactions, it can be a dangerous and deadly situation. Because they are particularly dangerous pests, it is critically important to not try and remove large bee and wasp infestations by yourself. The risk of injury is far too great, and the situation should always be handled by a competent team of Springtown pest control professionals who know how to effectively and safely take care of the issue.
At Tom Samples Pest Control, we have been addressing these problems in the Springtown area, and DFW metroplex as a whole, for more than 60 years. Our experts are aware of the different species, the threats they pose, and how to get rid of them for good. We know that each situation is unique, and our goal is to offer customized solutions that are specific to the needs of each of our customers.
Our Springtown pest control company understands the urgent need to remove the bees and wasps on your property, and that is exactly why we offer 24/7 service to immediately address emergencies. Simply give us a call and we will have a team member out at your location as soon as possible.
Thought bees and wasps may seem frightening to some people, they are actually very beneficial insects. They are social creatures that live and work with each other. Bees have bodies that are covered in fuzz or hair; wasps don't. Bees eat nectar and pollen gathered from flowers. In general, Wasps consume other insects or spiders as their main food source. A bee is capable of stinging only one time, due to their barbed stingers, which pulls out the entrails after attaching to the target. Because wasps do not have a barbed stinger, they are able to sting multiple times.
These wasps get their name from the papery appearance of their nests. They often build these nests under the eaves of homes, on the branches of trees, inside pipes, or under decks. A dominant female wasp will generally create the nest and lay the eggs, while the others will take care of the young. These wasps come in a variety of colors, including brown, orange, yellow, and black. They may or may not have stripes on their bodies.