Wasps are attracted to water sources. They can build paper or mud nests, depending on the type of wasp, around the eaves and ceiling areas outside your home. They will also occasionally nest in trees and bushes. We can treat the nesting area and knock down the nest to keep them under control.
• Bees will be around if you have any blooming vegetation in the yard, or water features. The basic
premise is, if you leave them alone, they’ll leave you alone. However, if you suspect they are nesting on your property, call us to schedule treatment. Don’t provoke the bees, or try to spray them yourself. They can fly faster than you can run. If you should find yourself being attacked, run to an indoor location, pulling your shirt up around your head and face. Call for help immediately.
• Water features or pools will attract bees and wasps. Try an algaecide that contains a “wetting agent,” such as Surfactin, which in effect, suffocates the bee or wasp. After a short time, these pests will learn that the source is no longer a good one and will abandon it.