Are Baltimore Stinging Insects Keeping You From Enjoying The Outdoors?
When wasps and hornets take up residence on your property, they make life miserable for you and your family, ruining any nice day. No one wants to be bombarded by stinging insects every time they step outside: don’t leave your property at risk: take it back with help from Pest Czar.
Our Stinging Insect Control Services
When stinging insects get the best of you, contact the professionals here at Pest Czar. Our stinging insect service will safely eliminate both stinging insects and the source of the problem. Our technicians are highly trained, knowledgeable, and have the proper equipment to take care of your stinging insect problem.
Our expert team can treat your home for numerous stinging insects, including the following:
Yellow jackets are known for their yellow and black coloration. They have segmented, hairless bodies, and distinct, thin waists. When at rest, their wings fold laterally against their bodies. Yellow jackets can be fiercely territorial, leading your family to get stung should they make a nest in your yard, or inside your home.
European hornets are long and full-bodied with brown with yellow stripes on their abdomen, though their faces are pale in color. European hornets are the only true species of hornet found living in the United States. Their stings are both very painful and can even be life-threatening in large numbers.
Bald-faced hornets are black in color except for an off-white color pattern on their faces, at the end of their abdomen, and on their thorax. Their nests are often found in the treeline near homes they affect.
Paper wasps are black or brown in color, and have yellow or orange markings along their bodies. They have pinched waists and long, thin legs that dangle below their bodies when flying. Their bodies. Their wings are grayish in color. Paper wasps often make their nests attached to the roof or deck of homes they infest.
Mud daubers are a large, black to metallic blue in coloration depending on the species. Mud Daubers are best known for the nests they create along walls in areas where they infest, which resemble tubes that run down the length of the structure.
Cicada killers are a large species of wasp at about two to three inches in length, ranging from black to rusty red in color with a yellow and black banding on their abdomen. Their heads are reddish-brown in color, and they have yellowish-tinted wings that are heavily veined. As their name suggests, cicada killers hunt other bugs to survive, but they won’t hesitate to sting you should you wander into their territory.
Carpenter bees are large in size and black in coloration, causing them to often be mistaken for bumble bees. However, carpenter bees have smooth shiny, black abdomens, unlike bumble bees, whose abdomens are yellow and hairy. The other main difference between the two is that while bumble bees are an important presence outside, carpenter bees are a wood-destroying pest that can severely damage your home if they get to it.
Protect Your Baltimore Home From Stinging Insects
Stinging insects are next to impossible to prevent for most homeowners working alone. Unfortunately, although prevention tips abound, there's no real way to keep stinging insects off your property without professional help. If these stingers are ruining your summer, don’t wait: contact the Baltimore professional pest eliminators at Pest Czar for help!
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