Stinging Insects Exterminator in Baltimore
What Are Stinging Insects?
Bees and wasps build nests in trees, shrubs, and in protected places such as under the eaves of houses, in wall voids, and in ground voids.
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What Do Stinging Insects Look Like?
Bees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants, known for their role in pollination.
Wasps have a similar body shape to yellow jackets, but somewhat slimmer with a thin “waist,” with six long legs and an almost triangular side view. They are mostly brown with some yellow coloration.
Yellow jacket adults have a distinctive segmented body with a thin waist; they are hairless and have elongated wings. When at rest, yellow jackets fold their wings laterally against their body. They are more aggressive than other stinging insects such as wasps and hornets. They will sting unprovoked.
1. Are wasps, hornets, or honey bees dangerous?
2. Why do I have them?
Bees, hornets, and wasps are opportunistic builders, and they may build on or near your property during the summer months.
3. How can you get rid of my stinging insects?
At Rosenbloom Pest Control, Inc., our services include the necessary products for bee and wasp control. We treat the hive or nest directly, so that as the insects enter or exit, they contact the treatment and die.
4. Is the treatment safe?
Our experts use the latest techniques to rid you of your bees and wasps. We use products that are reduced toxicity and are registered by the EPA, and we carefully follow their guidelines for their application. Should any specific safety measures need to be taken, our highly trained service technicians will make sure you have a thorough understanding of them.
5. How soon can you get here?
Rosenbloom Pest Control, Inc. is 100% committed to solving your pest problem as soon as possible, by providing same day or next day service.