European Wasp and English Wasp
These are the two commonly found wasp species across the U.S. and the ones responsible for causing painful wasp stings.
Once indoors, they prefer to build nests in sheltered locations with easy access to the outside, such as lofts, garages and wall cavities. Outside they may nest in old rodent burrows, hollow trees and bushes.
Our technician will assess the wasp activity and nesting site and then treat according to particular circumstances. Normally with a pesticidal dust or residual insecticide with a knock down adjuvant for quick control.
The safest method for wasp and hornet control is signing up for our wasp+pest preventative service.