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Wasp Control Sandy Springs, GA

Wasp control treatment is a major pest control problem for many homeowners in Sandy Springs, GA. At Arete Pest Control, we have the necessary tools to solve your wasp problem. We use a telescoping pole to remove nests that are located up high. We will treat your wasp problem with dust or spray. If we treat your property for wasps and wasps return, call us back to redo the work.

Wasps live in nests that they make from chewed wood, mud or dirt. They often build nests in trees, tree stumps or underground. Sometimes they even build nests in homes, sheds or other buildings. People fear wasps because of the wasp’s venomous and painful sting. While most wasp stings only cause minor irritation, in some cases people have allergic reactions. You should seek emergency medical treatment if you’re having trouble breathing or your throat closes up after being stung. Abnormal swelling is another sign of an allergic reaction, and it also requires an emergency medical response. If you have minor swelling and itching, you can treat your sting at home with hydrocortisone and antihistamine. If you need wasp control help, call us at Arete Pest Control.

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    Guaranteed Wasp Removal and Treatment in Sandy Springs, GA

    Arete Pest Control is a professional pest control company handling wasp control in Sandy Springs, GA. When you buy a wasp control plan from us, you can take advantage of our guarantee. If we treat your property for wasps and wasps return, call us back to redo the work.

    All of our wasp control technicians are trained and certified to do wasp control work in Sandy Springs, GA. We carefully remove wasp nests and dust or spray the property to eliminate wasps. We will save you the time and effort of exterminating wasps yourself.

    Guaranteed Wasp Removal and Treatment in Sandy Springs, GA

    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.
    Protecting Your Sandy Springs, GA Home from Wasps

    Protecting Your Sandy Springs, GA Home from Wasps

    Wasps are attracted to fruit trees and flowers, so if you have these on your property then you’ll likely have wasps. Wasps are also attracted to sugary food or drink spills in recycling bins and trash cans. Therefore, you should clean up your recycling bins and trash cans to deter wasps. You can purchase scented candles and oils to deter wasps. Some people use citronella, thyme, basil, lemongrass or cloves to deter wasps on their property. However, even if you take precautions, you may still wind up with a wasp infestation, especially if you live in a warm climate. If you need help with your wasp problem, call Arete Pest Control.

    Trustworthy Wasp Control and Wasp Treatments in Sandy Springs, GA

    Arete Pest Control is an experienced and trustworthy company serving customers in Sandy Springs, GA. You should purchase our wasp control plan to take advantage of our guarantee. Our technicians are experienced in wasp control and use the most effective methods to exterminate wasps. We pride ourselves on being courteous and respectful of our customers. We can answer all of your wasp control questions.

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