STINGING INSECT IDENTIFICATION
Stinging Insect nests can be found in the ground, in bushes and trees, in construction voids, and sometimes inside a wall or ceiling. Wall and ceiling nests can pose a serious threat; they can actually eat their way through the drywall, and break through into the living space.
Aggressive Stinging Insects
Yellowjackets are especially aggressive, and often seem to attack for no reason at all.
Bald-Faced Hornets are known for their exceedingly large nest sizes, and distinctive white and black body coloration.
Paper Wasps are generally a nuisance pest, with many small golf ball-sized nests that they build under the eaves of houses or in roof structures.
Beneficial Stinging Insects
Honey Bees are usually very passive, and stings often occur by accident or in self-defense.
Like Honey Bees, Bumble Bees are not aggressive insects, but they will defend themselves when threatened.
Mud Daubers, members of the wasp family, are considered a nuisance pest, and rarely sting even if their nest is disturbed.
OUR CONTROL PROCESS
At Rambo Total Pest Control, we have all the tools and experience necessary to eliminate an active nest quickly and efficiently! We can usually accomplish this within hours of your call.
Upon arrival, we will inspect your property so that we can locate all of the Stinging Insect nests. If you have any areas of concern, please inform your technician. Some preventative actions can be taken to limit Stinging Insect activity on your property, but the true measure of control is only possible when a nest can be located and destroyed or removed.
The location of the nest will determine the treatment method, and if the nest can be removed or not. Rambo Total Pest Control will always attempt to remove the nest from your property after we destroy it for immediate results; however, sometimes the nest location prevents that from happening.
We warranty the treated nests until the end of the calendar year, but this warranty is limited to social varieties of stinging insects which build large nests, like yellow jackets and hornets. Given the nature of these pests, in certain circumstances you may be advised to begin a monthly preventive service to extend through the summer months.