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Eugene Wasp Control, Funky Pheromones

As a tribute to time, the Conger Street Clock Museum will allow you to see numerous clocks of all types. If you walk outside your front door and are getting attacked by swarms of wasps, it might be time to put away the flyswatter and pick up the best suited tool for the problem. Grab your phone, because it is time to call in the professionals. That is where we come in. Pointe Pest Control is your professional, local solution to wasp infestations.

Look out for the Swarm

Wasps carry a venom tipped, rapid repeat stinger, and jaws used for biting and tearing flesh. If you get to close to a nest they will use both. They have another weapon that is far more concerning. Wasps can unleash an alarm pheromone. You can’t smell it. For a wasp the pheromone is a call to immediate action. If one releases it on you, the rest of the hive will descend in a tornado of stings, wings and biting mandibles. Wasps prefer to build their nests in areas that are safe from rain. You will find them on the eaves of your home, under your deck, and in the dense vegetation around your yard. Wasps become more aggressive during periods of drought and high temperatures. If they are angry, it will not take much to incite them into frenzy.

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POINTE WINS

THE BATTLE

EVERY

TIME

” I CALLED THESE GUYS ON A FRIDAY NIGHT AT 7:00 AND THEY WERE AT MY HOUSE AN HOUR LATER TO TREAT FOR WASPS THAT HAD OVERTAKEN MY LAUNDRY ROOM. I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND THESE GUYS. ”   -SARAH SMITH

Pointe Pest Control

4325 Commerce St. Ste 11-402
Eugene, OR 97402
(541) 497-7477

March – September Hours

Weekdays: 7:30 – 6:30 | Saturday: 8:00 – 5:00

or by Appt.

October – February Hours

Weekdays: 8:00 – 5:00 | Saturday: By Appointment

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Tut, tut, it looks like rain…

One of the main problems with wasps is human caused. When homeowners see a nest high up on their house, they go for a chemical spray and begin to saturate the colony. Unfortunately those tiny droplets falling on your head are not rain. Those droplets are the pesticide you are using to spray the wasps. The chemicals get absorbed into your skin. People have been hospitalized for pesticide poisoning when treating wasp nests.

Rather than worry about the problem, use Pointe pest Control. We take care of the wasps so you don’t have to. Our technicians will remove the nests using safe techniques. We will treat your entire property. If you have wasps, it is time to call Point Pest Control.

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