In addition to removing bees, we also remove wasp, hornets, and yellow jackets.
There are two common types of wasps we remove. The paper wasp and the mud dauber wasp.The paper wasp nest has a flat honeycomb design and is greyish white in color. The mud dauber nest will often look like a small narrow patch of mud. Both vary in size depending on how long they have been there.
Hornets and yellow jackets usually build circular greyish paper color domes. Often they will be in trees on or the ground. Hornets and yellow jackets can be very aggressive and usually require an elimination to be performed in order to remove them.
Take a look at the photos and additional information below:
These aggressive insects start building their nests in the summer months. Its best to get the wasp nest while they are small and just starting out. If left untreated, a small wasp nest can eventually lead to the formation of multiple nests. The most common places we find wasp nest are under the edge of the roof line and in the eaves of homes and sheds.
Paper Wasp Nest Photos
Mud Dobber Wasp Nest Photos
Yellow Jacket Fact
Yellow Jacket Nest Photos
Hornet Nest Photos