Avoid Wasp Stings with Wasp Removal in Dallas and Beyond
Wasps often build nests in awnings, porches, decks, and attics. They also make nests in protected sites like in grills, outlet boxes, and hose reels. Wasps can settle in hard to reach areas causing the need for extermination and nest removal companies, like Little Giant Beekeepers.
Wasps can make a nest in an attic in the fall, and by spring, their nest has grown. They are hungry and ready to leave and search for food. At this point, they can make their way out of the attic through the fireplace and into a house. This is a good time to hire a professional wasp extermination company to come find the nest, exterminate it, and then remove it so they do not come back.
Keep your family safe with our Dallas wasp removal services
No wasp species will attack a human except in defense, but the last thing you want to do is let wasps get out of control in your backyard. Little Giant Beekeepers can help you with wasp control.
A wasp sting contains venomous fluid which is injected under the skin. If you’re allergic, this venom can cause severe allergic reactions that can be fatal if immediate medical attention is not sought.
Most people have only local reactions to wasp stings, although a few may experience more serious allergic reactions. Local, nonallergic reactions range from burning, itching, redness, and tenderness to massive swelling and itching that may last up to a week. These local reactions can be treated with ice, vinegar, honey, meat tenderizer, or commercial topical ointment to relieve the itching. An allergic reaction may include also cause hives or rash, swelling away from the sting site, headache, minor respiratory symptoms, and stomach upset. These allergic reactions are not life-threatening and can be readily treated with an antihistamine. Avoid any risk of wasp stings with Little Giant Beekeeper’s wasp removal.
What’s the difference between wasp extermination and a wasp removal?
Wasp extermination is when you use a chemical to get rid of the wasps in the nest. This is best left to professionals who have access to the right chemicals, proper safety gear and understand wasp behavior. Wasps can become very angry…quickly! This is especially dangerous to those with allergies. The final step is to remove the nest after the wasps are already eradicated. Our professionals can find the nest, kill the nest and then properly remove it for future safety.