Bees, Wasps & Yellow Jackets
More summer outings are interrupted by these buggers than any other pest. Yellow jackets and bald-faced hornets are particularly aggressive and potentially dangerous especially when near their nest. These insects are social builders of paper-like nests in the ground, in wall voids behind siding or in trees or shrubs. The several thousand workers forage for food throughout the summer months to care for the larvae. Feeding on meat…from carcasses, garbage or picnic table food…to sugars from fruit, beer, and sweet beverages at picnic sites make them particularly annoying to humans. Treatment for these unpredictable, stinging insects requires a dust injected into the entrance of the nest.
As the workers move about, they get the dust on their hairs, clean themselves at night and consume a lethal dose of the dust formulation to kill the entire nest. Call TEAM to schedule an inspection and treatment.