Bend, Oregon was derived from the destination the pioneers called the “Farewell Bend” and that is just what you want to say if you find infestations of wasps clustering around your house and yard. We can help you say farewell to wasps and their swarming so you can enjoy your yard once again. As warmer weather starts approaching, your kids play outside, you like to enjoy an evening barbeque and your flower beds will definitely be needing some attention. Wasp stings can put a hamper on all these activities. Calling Pointe Pest Control at the start of the warm season to rid your yard of wasp nests can be the perfect start to your summer enjoyment.
Wasps and the dangers
Wasps can be very defensive of their nest and the best thing to do is to stay away from them. All wasps build nests out of a papery substance they create out of chewed wood fibers. Wasps are divided into two groups, solitary and social. Solitary wasps do not colonize whereas social wasps do and can swarm if their nest is disturbed. A social wasp in distress emits a pheromone that signals the rest of the wasps to sting in a defensive frenzy. If you have an infestation it can spread and you will inevitably stumble upon their nests. Protect your family. Wasp stings in the summer can be avoided by calling a professional pest control technician.
Pest control experts will handle it
When it comes to stinging insects, do-it-yourself methods are risky and often dangerous. Employing cheap, store bought wasp killer often does one of two things. It can scatter the wasps in a fit of panic, spreading them out and causing them to split into multiple colonies, soon making the problem bigger. Or it can cause them to get angry and attack you! The last consequence is something we hope will never happen to anyone and by calling us, we can help you prevent swarming in your yard. We will send our skilled technicians over to remove these nests and give you tips to avoid future infestations. We guarantee complete removal and look forward to serving you!