Bee Strings Can Be Dangerous! Professional Bee, Wasp & Hornet Removal Services with Guaranteed Results | Serving Delaware, Maryland & Pennsylvania
When a group of bees, wasps or hornets build a hive close to your home, these stinging insects can become a danger to you, your family and your neighbors, especially if the hive or nest is disturbed.
Bees, wasps and hornets are very protective of their hives and will attack any potential threats to their homes. For those who have allergies to bee stings or young children who are more prone to experiencing a negative reaction to a sting, living within a close proximity to an active stinging insect hive can be very dangerous.
At Delmar Pest Control, we have experienced, professional and trained technicians that know how to professionally facilitate bee, wasp and hornet removal in a way that is safe for your family and environment.
Common Types of Stinging Insects That Can Terrorize Your Home:
Wasps are a very diverse species, with over a hundred thousand documented varieties in existence. In North America, the most common type of wasps are hornets and yellow jackets, both of which can be very aggressive and will not hesitate to deliver a painful sting.
Honey Bees are the most common bee that you may encounter in your daily life. Honey bees are yellow, black and have smaller bodies which are often confused with hornets and wasps. They are not usually aggressive, but they do have stingers and will attack you if they feel that you are a potential threat.
Carpenter Bees are some of the larger bees and can usually be seen flying around on their own rather than in a large colony. These bees do not have stingers but will sometimes fly around aggressively in order to try and intimidate any potential threats. These bees can cause damage to houses and wooden structures as they bore into wood to lay eggs and leave large oval holes.
Bumble Bees usually create their nests underground and very rarely present any problems. Bumble bees do not have stingers but they could bite if disturbed. Sometimes bumble bees will set up their nest somewhere close to a home or business in which case they may present a problem.
If you have noticed a nest that you suspect may be home to dangerous stinging insects, contact Delmar's bee, wasp and hornet exterminators today. Our professional pest control experts can remove a nest or hive safely and ensure that stinging insects are no longer a threat to your property.