Raleigh Wasps, Hornets, Bees & Yellow Jackets Hive Removal & Exterminator ?
Are you one of those who does not know the difference between a wasp, hornet and a bee?
Is everything that flies and stings a bee?Actually the answer is -NO!
In Defense Of The Honey Bee!!
Remember bees also make honey ! The honeybee is responsible for one third of the foods we eat everyday and are very important to US Agriculture because of their superior pollination ability. Today bees nationwide are in danger and when they are in danger so is our food supply and us !
We Are Stinging Insect Exterminators
Raleigh Bee Hive Removal
If you have a stinging insect problem we can help. Please give this Wasps, Hornets, Bees & Yellow Jackets Exterminator A Call For Immediate Service!
Our service area includesRaleigh,Cary, Apex, Chapel Hill, Durham, Wake Forest,Holly Springs,Fuquay Varina, Morrisville,Fayetteville
We know the difference between wasps, bees, hornets and yellow jackets? Live bee hive removal when possible. Sometimes wasps, bees, hornets and yellow jackets invade our living spaces either in the walls of our home, or in around the exterior of our homes. Sometimes a bee hive may swarm and end up in your trees. We know the best methods for you and our environment!
Guide to Stinging Insects:
Bald Faced Hornets build beautiful paper nests usually in trees or shrubs several feet off of the ground. These hornets are very aggressive and recommend a hired professional remove them for you.
Yellow Jackets are ground dwellers and very aggressive . They forage near the ground and are capable of building wasp cartons or wasp nests as large as automobiles in a very short time under the ground. Many people get seriously hurt underestimating the aggressive potential of these stinging insects.
Paper or Umbrella Wasp (polistes) are the least aggressive of the many sting insect species. They make small nests usually around the eaves of your home and are easily noticeable.
About The Author: Robb Russell has treated for just about any kind of household pest in Florida. He is a beekeeper and a full time wildlife control professional in North Central Florida in the Greater Gainesville Florida area. Robb Russell has over ten years of experience as a Florida pest control exterminator .
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