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Wasp Control Gwinnett County, GA

Arete Pest Control provides high-quality wasp control for residents of Gwinnett County, GA. Our technicians are well-trained and certified wasp control professionals. We offer money-back guarantees and warranties on several of our pest control services. Call us today for a quote and an inspection. We can answer all of your questions about pest control treatment in Gwinnett County.

We guarantee our wasp control work in Gwinnett County. If we eliminate pests from your Gwinnett County property and the pests return, call us back to redo the work. We also provide a money-back guarantee for certain services. Call us today. We will answer all of your questions about our services and warranties. We are the most trusted and reliable wasp control company in Gwinnett County, GA.

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    Wasp Prevention in Gwinnett County

    Wasps are a big pest control problem for homeowners in Gwinnett County. Wasps are most often an outdoor pest. You may have noticed them swarming around local parks like Best Friend Park or Collins Hill Park. Wasps sometimes come indoors and make nests on porches, in attics or basements. If you have a wasp problem, call us at Arete Pest Control. We will remove the wasp nest and use our spray or dust to exterminate wasps from the area.

    There are several things you can do to reduce wasps in your yard. Try the following tips:

    • Use herbs and plants such as lemongrass, thyme and citronella to deter wasps.
    • Clean all outdoor trash bins and recycling bins regularly.
    • Patch any holes in your home’s foundation. This prevents wasps from nesting there.

    Wasps can be even more of a pest once they infest the inside of your home. You can spray chemicals at them, but this might just cause them to swarm and attack you. Also, some chemicals aren’t as effective as others. You must be careful to read all labels and follow instructions for any chemicals you purchase. Some chemicals can only be used indoors if you have proper ventilation.

    Wasp stings cause itchy welts on the skin. In most cases, the itching and the swelling can be relieved with over-the-counter hydrocortisone creams or antihistamine. However, some people do have allergic reactions to wasps. If you experience any of the following, seek immediate medical care:

    • Your throat closes up
    • You struggle to breathe
    • You experience abnormal swelling in your body

    If you’re concerned about wasps in Gwinnett County, contact Arete Pest Control. Our technicians eliminate wasps using products that don’t pose a health risk to you or your family. You can trust that we will exterminate your wasps. We will also return as needed to respray the area.

    Wasp Prevention in Gwinnett County

    Frequently Asked Questions about Wasps

    1. Are wasps useful? Wasps are helpful to our environment. They move pollen from one flower to another, which pollenates the plants and helps plants reproduce. Wasps also eat pesky insects like beetles, flies and crickets. Wasps feed on these pests and keep insect populations lowered.
    2. Are yellow jackets wasps? Yes, yellow jackets are wasps, and they’re among the most aggressive wasps. Yellow jackets are yellow and black, which makes people sometimes mistake them for bees.However, a yellow jacket’s body is thinner than a bee’s body. Yellow jackets are also more aggressive than bees. Yellow jackets often build nests underground. These underground nests are difficult to detect. People are sometimes stung while walking too close to a nest. The yellow jackets feel their nest is being threatened, so they attack. Most yellow jacket stings aren’t harmful to humans, though some people suffer allergic reactions to the stings.
    3. Do wasps sting or bite? Wasps sting. Most wasp stings don’t pose a danger to humans, but some people do have allergic reactions to wasp stings. Seek emergency medical care if you struggle to breathe or your throat closes up after being stung. Abnormal swelling is another sign of an allergic reaction that also requires immediate medical attention. If you have only minor swelling and itching, you can treat your stings at home with basic medicines like hydrocortisone cream and antihistamine.
    4. Do Wasps Die After They Sting You? No, wasps don’t die after they sting. Wasps keep their stinger instead of leaving it inside you. This allows them to sting multiple times.

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    Bed Bug Control in Gwinnett County

    Bed bugs are a major pest control problem for many families in Gwinnett County. Bed bugs are easily transported from one place to another. For instance, if you stay at a hotel or a home that has bed bugs, the bugs can attach to your luggage or clothing. When you return home, you will bring the bugs with you. Bed bugs tend to hide during the day. Because the pests are flat, they can squeeze into small cracks and crevices. They can live in furniture, travel through wall sockets and even hide in the spaces behind wallpaper. At night, bed bugs come out to feed. They suck blood from humans, and they might attack your pets, too.

    Waking up to find bite marks on the skin causes people to fear bed bugs. Controlling these pests on your own can be difficult. You may struggle to locate all of the bugs’ hiding places. Some over-the-counter products are less effective than others, so you may waste some time and money buying chemicals and treatment tools. Many Gwinnett County residents try numerous solutions before they finally find one that works. Call Arete Pest Control. Our trained technicians will locate and exterminate your bed bugs.

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    Termite Control in Gwinnett County, GA
    Termite Control in Gwinnett County, GA

    Termites are a major pest for homeowners in Gwinnett County. These pests can create thousands of dollars in damage to a home. Termites eat wood, which can cause walls and floors to collapse. Some homeowners attempt to eliminate termites on their own. However, this is difficult to do. While some retail treatments may help control the pests, you don’t want to take your chances on trying the wrong treatments. The more time you spend looking for solutions, the more damage the termites will do.

    A termite infestation will not go away on its own. If you suspect you have a termite problem, you should call a pest control professional. When you purchase a pest control plan from Arete, we will assess your property and locate the pests. Then, we will decide on the best possible treatment method. Our pest control technicians are trained to use soil treatment, wood treatment and bait treatment for termites. Our perimeter prevention methods prevent future termite infestations. We guarantee our pest control services, and we will answer any questions you have about termite treatment in Gwinnett County.