Fairfax Station Wasp Control
Former Dulles International Airport Manager Keith Meurlin hails from Fairfax Station, Virginia. His job was to make sure all flights made it to their destinations safely and effectively. Wasps are a different story. Many wasps kill insects that we need to survive. They like to kill honey bees. Unlike bees, wasps do not help to pollinate flowers. They like to build their nests in places they don’t belong, on your eaves or in your yard. Once they establish a flight pattern, they will keep coming back to those places. Take care of these flying menaces Fairfax Station wasp control from Green Pest Services.
The Way of the Wasp
Wasps have distinct phases to their lives. Most of them die during the wintertime. However, some of them will harbor and wait out the cold. These wasps eventually become the queens of the next generation of stingers. As the weather warms up, the survivors emerge to find a place to colonize. They like to go back to the places they know. That’s why you will find them in the same places from previous years. Wasps target household eaves and peaks because of the moisture and protection they provide. Wasps also nest in trees and light fixtures. Once they finish building their nests, wasps start the next phase of their lifecycle; scavenging. These worker wasps will try to get into your food and bother you. If you threaten them, they aren’t afraid to sting.
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Instead of fighting wasps every year, knock the problem out with Fairfax Station wasp control from Green Pest Services. We specialize in nest removal and flight pattern disruption. Your wasp technician is equipped with an extension pole that reaches up to 30 feet. He will reach and knock down wasp nests on your high eaves and peaks. The pole brush is coated with a dust that dries out the treated areas. The wasps won’t want to go back and will look to nest elsewhere. All of our products are safe. Call for a wasp treatment plan today.