Best Wasp Nest Removal Company In Boise
Some of the most common pests in Idaho are yellow jackets, wasps & hornets. These flying insects can build their nests almost anywhere, and when they feel threatened, they sting. A single sting is not pleasant — and multiple stings can be extremely painful and dangerous.
Unlike honey bees, wasps and yellow jackets can sting multiple times with no harm to them. These stings can cause severe allergic reactions to some people and pets. Wasps and yellow jackets are extremely aggressive when anyone gets close to their nests, which they may build under your deck or roof.
Yellow Jackets don't just sting; they also bite. Their bite digs into your skin, giving them a stronger hold as they jab their stinger into your skin.
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How Do We Exterminate Wasps & Hornets?
Our technicians know a thing or two about wasp infestations. We've removed hornet, wasp, & yellow jacket nests from hundreds of homes in Meridian, Hidden Springs, and around the Boise area. We know how to immediately spot the signs that will lead us right to the nest. Our inspection includes:
- Identifying all nests — since there are likely more than one — hidden around your home and yard.
- Pointing out potential areas of concern that could be attracting wasps to your home.
- Creating an effective, affordable wasp treatment plan
We complete a full inspection to understand the extent of the wasp problem in your Boise area home.
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We stop the wasp problem right away by immediately eliminating the wasp nest. This makes the remaining hornets looking for a new place to create a nest. Luckily, our treatments make your home unattractive to future wasps and keep them away for good.
- We treat your home at a convenient time for you, and we arrive when we say we will.
- We quickly find and remove all nests around your property.
- Our treatments exterminate current wasps and keep future wasps from building nests.
At Pestcom, we use the most effective treatments available to rid your Treasure Valley home and yard of wasps, yellow jackets, hornets, and mud daubers.
It's important to not ony remove the current population of wasps and yellow jackets around your home, but also ensure no more invade your property. To protect your home in the future, our technicians will:
- Apply treatments in areas likely to attract more wasps and hornets, such as in the eaves of your home.
- Recommend ways to further protect your home, such as place screens on windows and seal cracks with caulk.
- Return for regular treatments as necessary
Never swat away a wasp or hornet again when you hire Pestcom Pest Control to treat your Boise area home.
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Wasp ѕtіngѕ are раіnful, аnd thеу can be dangerous tо реорlе whо are allergic to them. If you've got a hornet or wasp problem in your home in Nampa, Meridian, or Boise, don't try to take care of it yourself. Instead, call a professional wasp exterminator who will know how to safely and effectively get rid of these stinging pests.
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We have happily used Pestcom for several years for exterior pest service. We developed a sudden ant infestation inside our home in multiple separate locations simultaneously this winter. It took two rounds, but Pestcom knocked them out with minimal disruption to our daily lives and at no additional cost. Highly recommend.Stephan Montamat
I was 100% thrilled with the service I had from pest.com today. The two guys that came were so thorough, and so pleasant, and so accommodating that I truly was so happy with their service. Looking forward to a long relationship with pest.comGail Smith
They do a great job every time. I had a new technician, Matt, this time and he was just as excellent as previous ones. Right on time, quick, and professional. He even crawled under my deck to get rid of a hornets nest I didn’t even know about. I appreciate it, Sir! Thank youShua Cizyr
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How to Get Rid of Wasps or Yellow Jackets
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Professionals first assess the situation, locating all wasp nests in the area, as there may be more than one. They can also identify the type of insect, since hornets, yellow jackets, wasps, mud daubers, and bees all have different behaviors and may require different types of treatment.
Removing the nest is the first priority, and this is best done when the insects are less active, such as during the evening. Once the nest is removed, proper disposal of the nest and treatment of remaining wasps is necessary in order to completely eradicate the population.
What Attracts Wasps and Yellow Jackets?
Gardens are one of the biggest things that attract wasps to homes. For one, wasps and yellow jackets love sweet smells, so they are often found near flowers or foods that contain sugar. A colorful and flowering garden is also attractive because these pests are drawn to bright colors. Plus, the other insects that are present in gardens — from beetles to ants — make a great food source for wasps and yellow jackets.
Like any other insect, these bugs also need a water source, so they are attracted to standing bodies of water such as pools, ponds, or other water features. By understanding what attracts wasps and yellow jackets, you can help to prevent them from becoming a nuisance.
Do Wasps and Hornets Die After Stinging?
Wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets can deliver a painful sting. And, unfortunately, they do not die after stinging. They can actually sting and bite you multiple times.
Nearly all stinging insects use pheromones, or chemical signals, to communicate with the rest of their colony. If they feel threatened and begin stinging you, wasps typically use those pheremones to tell all wasps in the area to help attack the intruder (which happens to be you). For this reason, disrupting a wasp nest usually results in multiple stings by multiple wasps.
When wasps die, the pheremones they release are even stronger than normal, and surrounding wasps become more aggitated. The more wasps you kill, the more wasps will come to sting you.
Are Yellow Jackets and Wasps Dangerous?
Wasps and yellow jackets are both beneficial and harmful to humans. Wasps help pollinate flowers and other plants, and yellow jackets help by killing other pests. However, they can also be dangerous.
For those who are allergic to these pests, their stings can result in life-threatening symptoms, such as difficulty breathing. Unfortunately, many people do not know they are allergic until they are stung by these pests.
How To Treat a Wasp or Yellow Jacket Sting
Yellow jackets and wasps can become aggressive when they feel their nests are threatened. If you've been stung and begin experiencing an allergic reaction, seek medical attention immediately.
For more mild symptoms, you can treat a wasp sting by washing the site with soap and water. If the stinger is still in your skin, remove with tweezers and dispose of it in the trash.
To treat the pain and swelling, you can use an ice pack and take anti-flammatory medication. Some topical creams can also help ease the pain and soothe the area.
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We are proud to provide full-service pest prevention and removal treatments for our friends and neighbors in and around Boise, Idaho. Our team is knowledgeable and ready to help you with all of your pest removal needs.