Many people have a fear of buzzing insects, including bees and wasps, and with good reason. Stings and bites can be painful, and for those who are allergic, stings may induce anaphylactic shock, which includes symptoms such as throat closure, problems breathing, and vomiting. Wasps, in particular, present a threat to humans because they can be quite aggressive. Hornets and yellowjackets belong to the Vespidae, or wasp family.
While wasps do provide a few quite valuable services to nature, acting as pollinators and engaging in biological pest control via parasitic reproduction, they represent a real danger to humans who may inadvertently aggravate them. Yellowjackets are known as scavengers, and they get very aggressive when trying to gather food. Have you had a picnic or BBQ and been repeatedly bothered by flying insects? Chances are, they were yellowjackets. If you have a wasp nest in your house, shed, or garage, contact the wasp removal experts at Twin Forks as quickly as possible.
How Dangerous are Wasps?
Just how dangerous are wasps? Towards the end of the summer, male wasps tend to be more prevalent, and more aggressive, as they’re now hunting for food and mates. While some homeowners might try to and remove a nest themselves, this is extremely ill-advisable as wasps have been known to attack in swarms and are known to defend their nests aggressively. In addition, unlike honeybees, which sting once and then perish, the same wasp can sting multiple people repeatedly.
Let Twin Forks Pest Control® Take Care of Wasps for You
If you have spotted a wasp nest on your property, don’t wait. Early intervention is the best way to overcome these problems before they become a much bigger issue. Please call us or fill out our contact form to explain your specific situation. We will work with you to pick a time for our professionals to come to your home and get rid of the flying threats to your home and family. From Calverton to Cutchogue, Twin Forks Pest Control® has you covered.