Hornets exterminator – Las Vegas
Are hornets plaguing your property? Trust Green Wave Pest Solutions for expert hornet extermination services. Contact us today for a complimentary quote on hornet control.
Our highly skilled technicians will meticulously assess your home and land, developing a personalized approach to eliminate hornets effectively in your unique circumstances.
Expect a detailed service report and useful recommendations to keep your surroundings hornet-free. Tackling hornets is a formidable task due to their robust nature, making it challenging for you to handle on your own. Green Wave Pest Solutions is here to offer assistance, so you don’t have to face this challenge in isolation. Whether hornets are nesting in your eaves and soffits, house siding, a tree, or the ground, we possess the necessary tools to ensure your safety. Our treatments are designed to eliminate wasps, restoring the safety and comfort of your home.
What Do Hornets Eat
Hornets primarily eat other insects, although some varieties also consume flower nectar and pollen. Certain hornet species produce a small quantity of honey for feeding their larvae, but they do not gather pollen like honey bees. Asian giant hornets, known for their size, live in colonies and have a penchant for decimating honeybee colonies to nourish their own offspring. Growing up to 2 inches in length, these hornets have distinctive yellow heads and either yellow-black or yellow-brown stripes on their abdomen.
Hornet Control – Las Vegas
For your safety, it is crucial to seek professional assistance when dealing with these troublesome insects. Removing hornets yourself can be hazardous. Only a trained pest exterminator should handle the situation using appropriate methods. It is risky to attempt grabbing a hornet and throwing it out of a window, which may result in harm to you, others, and property.
Hornets are large stinging wasps available in a wide range of shades. These insects can be:
Up to one inch or larger in length
Really aggressive and vulnerable to stinging
Being territorial by nature, hornets are inclined to deliver stings if you encroach upon the area they consider their own.
Signs of a Wasp Infestation
How Did My House Get Hornets?
Hornets build their nests in small nooks and crannies in residential siding, tree bark, and rotten logs. They can also be found on tree branches and large, open, bush-like trees. In early summer, they construct paper nests on tree branches and underneath eaves. Hornets are often attracted to scraps near outdoor eating areas.
Homes with shielded outdoor siding nooks and hard-to-reach soffits are perfect for hornets to make their nests. These areas offer access to food sources like flowers, waste bins, and road garbage.
Adult hornets and nests are clear indicators of a hornet problem. It is typical to observe hornets removing a thin layer of wood from a wooden fence, old logs, or the side of an unpainted wooden structure during nest construction.
How am I going to get rid of hornets?
To effectively control hornets, the crucial initial step is identifying the pest. For expert pest management, trust Green Wave Pest Solutions as your designated professionals (PMP). We will tailor a specialized treatment plan specifically for your hornet extermination needs. Given the potential hazards, it is strongly advised against attempting any DIY approaches with hornets.
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To ensure thorough and effective elimination of hornets near me, multiple treatment visits may be necessary. Our comprehensive hornet treatment plans may include the following components:
Education – Homeowners will be educated on the beneficial aspects of hornets in controlling insect pests. The Pest Management Professional (PMP) will emphasize the importance of removing hornet nests, as they can harbor infestations from other insects. The PMP will provide information on the location of discovered hornet nests and their management.
Chemical Treatments – Our PMP will provide a detailed explanation of the products and equipment that will be utilized. This may include ready-to-use aerosol sprays, liquid sprays from power spray equipment, or insecticide dust. These products are carefully applied to the nest entrances to effectively manage hornets that enter and exit. If the nest is located close to areas frequented by groups of people, it is recommended to perform the treatment after dark when the hornets are less aggressive.
Non-chemical removal – If the hornet nest is small and easily reachable, it is possible to remove it without using insecticides. The best time to do this is in the evening. Use heavy plastic bags to cover and seal the nest, and then remove and dispose of it. It is important to note that hornets are aggressive and will aggressively defend their nest. To safely dispose of the nest, wear a bee suit and use a protective veil.
Prevention – The importance of using exclusion materials to prevent the entry of other hornets into homes will be emphasized by your Pest Management Professional (PMP). Homeowners should ensure the maintenance of well-cut, trimmed, and open trees and landscape bushes. This is particularly essential in hidden and sheltered parts of trees and bushes, as bald-faced hornets have a preference for building their aerial nests in such locations.
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Bald Faced Hornet and Other Types
There are over 20 different species of hornets worldwide, but in the U.S., only a few are commonly found in homes. People often mistake hornets, especially yellow jackets, for other types of wasps. However, hornets are usually larger and their nests are distinctively large.
The two types of hornets that our technicians encounter frequently are bald-faced hornets and European hornets.
Bald-faced hornets have white markings on their head and thorax, and they build nests that are covered in a papery shell.
European hornets, on the other hand, are brownish with orange markings and they construct their nests in natural cavities such as trees, tree trunks, or even inside houses.
It is highly advisable to reach out to Green Wave Pest Solutions and arrange a convenient time for a certified pest control expert. Given the aggressive nature of hornets around their nests, we offer a free assessment of your property to ensure safety.
Removal of Hornet Nests
For effective Hornets treatment, it is recommended to enlist professional help. Our top recommendation is to locate the hive and apply Stryker Wasp Hornet Killer directly into the nest, effectively eliminating any fleeing Hornets. Due to the potential hazards, we strongly advise against attempting this on your own.
When confronting Hornets, ensuring our safety is of utmost importance, as they may attempt to sting in defense of their nest.
To deter the formation of new Hornet nests, we may apply Sylo Insecticide around your property after the removal of the existing nest.