Having a really bad year for wasps all through cottage country this year… has been an issue all summer, but now as we’re heading to fall, just crazy!
And yes we treat them – but before you call us (or any pest control company) you should know that we can’t do magic!
We can treat existing wasp problems. Any wasps that happen to be there when Ross is will wind up dead.
We can use products that provide residual protection as well – so that the wasps that are out and about at the time will die if/when they return
Most often, we try to leave the nest in place – this is for two reasons:
- so that the wasps that come back get dead too, and
- because new wasps looking for a place to build are less likely to choose a spot that, as far as they know, is already occupied
The residual products, and the (dead/vacant) nests can help to prevent new infestations …. but unfortunately, not 100% and not forever. If there are a lot of wasps in your area, you will quite likely continue to see some wasps even after we’ve been there. If they land in the right place, they’ll die – but if they don’t, well….
So – if you’ve got a wasp, bee, or hornet problem, yes, we can help – but just so we’re clear, we can take care of your existing wasps only. We can not, do not, and will not guarantee that new wasps won’t show up at some point in the future.
Which is not to say that we won’t come back if need be – we do, as much as possible – but we tend to do those follow ups informally; he stops by if/when he’s in the area. BUT you should know that this is done as a courtesy (and because he really prefers to ~win~) not because of any guarantee. And sorry, but the further away you are, the better the chance that you’re likely to have to wait a bit for one of those courtesy (aka free) drop by’s.
If you’d like your existing wasp problem dealt with, please do feel free to give us a call at 705-534-7863 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.