Wilmette Wasp Control
Located 14 miles north of Chicago’s downtown district is Wilmette. The town has grown in population in the past years reaching just over 27,000 people. It has become a family friendly town with many activities to do. It is somewhat of a small social town with people, and during the summer also with wasps. Wasps can be very social creatures in a colony of thousands of other wasps. They are also very dangerous pests if they feel threatened and it’s important to note you should not get near them. Wilmette wasp control technicians are trained to eliminate wasps from any type of environment and do so in a safe manner.
Colony of Wasps
Wasps are characterized by the way they live, either in social environments or in solitary. The ones that are social can be found in hollow trees, holes in the ground or sometimes in the walls of your home. No matter where you see them, our professionals recommend that you do not try to touch a wasp net. This may trigger the rest of the wasps in the nest to become aggressive and attack you as a defense mechanism. There is also a difference in how wasps lay their eggs. Predatory wasps will kill other insects and animals as a food source for their larvae. Parasitic wasps lay their eggs inside of other living creatures and feed on the insides for their larvae.
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Call in the Experts
When people see a wasp nest, they either leave it or alone or try to get rid of the nest with a stick. Both are things you should not do. Call in the Wilmette wasp control experts at Pointe Pest Control to remove them safely and effectively. We will inspect the area there are wasps and let you know what our next steps will be to get rid of them.
Our pest technicians only use green products that won’t harm the environment, people or your pets. Our number one priority is safety to ensure that you feel comfortable with the work we perform. If you have any questions or concerns, call us today and we’ll answer all of your questions!