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Bees, Wasps & Yellow Jackets

Protect your home and loved ones from the sting!


First and foremost will be to identify the type of stinging pest locate around the home.  

There are many different Yellow Jackets, Wasp and Hornets that are bothersome in our area. These pests can nest in walls, ceilings, attics, and various areas outside. Some species are very aggressive especially when nests are disturbed. There are several ways of controlling these pests, the most effective being to remove the nest.  Not always is that possible, but that is the objective of every service.


Yellow jackets:


Yellow jackets are pollinators and may also be considered beneficial because they eat beetle grubs, flies and other harmful pests. However, they are also known scavengers who eat meat, fish and sugary substances, making them a nuisance near trash receptacles and picnics.


Many yellow jackets are ground-nesters. Their colonies can be found under porches or steps, in sidewalk cracks, around railroad ties or at the base of trees. Sometimes the queen uses a wall void of a building as a nesting place. Some yellow jackets build aerial nests in bushes or low-hanging branches or in the corners of buildings and other manmade structures.




Some wasps are aggressive species and can sting when threatened. Unlike honey bees, wasps often are capable of stinging multiple times.




Social bees are rarely aggressive and considered beneficial. Bumble bees and honey bees are usually seen buzzing from one flower to the next in backyard gardens. Each plays an important role in transferring pollen from one flower to the next. Without this important service, most of the fruit and vegetables that we rely on for food would be non-existent.


Skiles Pest is trained to work with these stinging pests and provide safe removal. Services are designed to minimize the use of pesticides while effectively controlling customer pest problems.

Nevertheless, stings sometimes happen. We will eliminate nests and hives and create a safe environment.

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