Wasp Nest Removal in Laurel, MD
Get Rid of Wasps Quickly and Easily with Nest Pest Control
Hundreds of Wasp Nests Removed
Wasps Multiply Quickly and Soon, You May Have a Nest with Thousands of Wasps
Wasps will protect their nest by stinging any person or animal that is nearby
This bald-faced hornet nest was removed by Nest Pest Control. They are mean and nasty bugs, so call if you spot a nest.
- Pets and children can be stung by these insects.
- Siding, fascia, and other parts of your home could be damaged by wasp nests.
- Wasps like to eat our food and can be a bother when eating outside. Wasps will even hang out by your trash cans.
- Yellow jackets, bees, and hornets might also be bothering to you.
Nest Pest Control Will Remove Wasp Nests Safely
Wasps can make their homes in some pretty bad areas, like around our trash cans, on our patios, or even in attic or crawl spaces.
Let Nest Pest Control help you safely remove these problem insects from your home. We will also spray to help keep them from coming back, so you can breathe easy knowing that you are safe from stings.
We Also Remove Wasp Nests That Are Up High
One client of ours lived in a four story home. Some wasps decided to build a nest in the eaves of their roof, on the highest point of their house. They couldn’t reach it, but they needed it removed because wasps were getting into their house and into their sons room. They called us hoping that we could help them.
We have all the tools available to access even the toughest of wasp and bee nests. Ladders, cherry pickers, and other tools make it so we can safely and effectively remove the hives. Nest Pest Control has everything we need to help you feel comfortable in your home again.
Wasps use a strong glue like substance to hang their nests from trees and buildings. We needed to scrape and wash off the glue to ensure the wasps wouldn’t be attracted to the house again. Luckly, this only caused some minor damage to the paint on the home. Sometimes these nests can tear off pieces of siding or even worse, can be built inside the walls of the home. The homeowner was able to spot paint the small bit where the nest was and everything was as good as new again.
Before leaving, we sprayed a deterrent to keep other wasps from building there again. The customer had no other problems with wasps in that area and was very satisfied that we were able to keep their family safe from any stings.
This wasp nest was high on the gable of this house, about 23 feet off the ground.
This is after we removed the nest, but before the final cleaning.
Getting stung in the face is no joke! Protect your family from terrible wasp stings by getting that wasp nest removed.
We want to get the wasp nest removed right away. Our appointments book up fast, so call now.
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Did You Know…
Bald-faced hornet nest. Yep, we remove these types of nests, too! Just call Nest Pest Control to get rid of stinging insect nests on your property.
Here are some answers to some questions you may have about wasp nest removal, our techniques, or our company.
Do wasps live in the nest all year?
Removing a wasp nest is a good idea when the wasps build in, or on, a building. Otherwise, if a wasp nest can remain in the area, you could leave it. Sometimes, however, the queen will return and build a new nest in the same area as before. Although, some debate saying that leaving a nest will deter other wasps from building in the area again because they are so territorial.
Whatever makes you more comfortable, we can help you. We can remove the nest or just spray it to kill the living wasps. We also spray the entire area to keep wasps from returning and using that spot again.