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Some homeowners underestimate the power of these flying furies, but once they hear the sound of their buzzing, they tend to think twice!

a wasp on a piece of fruit

Stinging insects have become quite a problem for Plano residents in recent years. Their long, painful stingers and repetitive strikes make them an unwelcome guest in any environment. Some of the most common varieties of stinging insect found in Plano are:

  • Wasps

  • Hornets

  • Bees

  • Yellow Jackets

  • Carpenter Bees

Although they are not what we might refer to as ‘friendly,’ stinging insects such as wasps are very beneficial to the environment. Their unique buzzing pattern and feeding habits help to pollinate plants of all kinds, as well as keep certain pest prey populations in check. However, this does not make them any less dangerous to have about the property. The sting of a wasp is not able to necessarily kill a human, although it may prompt a severe allergic reaction in vulnerable individuals. If a nest of wasps takes up residence anywhere near your property, it is essential to call in professional pest control agents.

Wasp Prevention Tips For Plano Homeowners

Thankfully, there are some actions homeowners can take right now to prevent wasps from establishing themselves on their Plano property. These prevention tips include:

  • Removing fallen fruit or food items from the lawn. Homes with fleshy fruit trees such as apples and pears should consider removing rotten fruit as soon as possible.

  • Cut back bushes, shrubs, trees, and any other vegetation that wasps could use to build a nest in. Be sure to prune back any plants growing near the sides of the home.

  • Do not allow dirty dishes or garbage to remain outside for long periods of time. Clean up messes as often as possible, sealing all garbage away in an impenetrable bin.

If wasps continue to pose a threat in spite of prevention techniques, DIY methods will no longer be enough to mitigate infestation. Get the security you need today by scheduling a free home inspection through All-Safe Pest & Termite.

How To Deal With An Active Infestation: Contact The Pros At All-Safe Pest & Termite

All stinging insects are difficult to prevent, but wasps are arguably the most difficult of the bunch. Their painful, repetitive stings and aggressive natures make the area around their nests inhospitable to human life. Unfortunately, their nesting area may include your lawn and backyard! Because of the dangers associated with these pests, homeowners should never attempt to deal with an active wasp infestation on their own. Instead, it would be wise to contact the professionals at All-Safe Pest & Termite for the wasp elimination assistance proven to keep homes and families safe.

All-Safe Pest & Termite was founded on the idea that everyone deserves to be safe and healthy both before and after the pest control process. We don't fight stinging insects such as wasps with dangerous chemicals or harmful treatments that could cause problems for your family or visiting loved ones. All-Safe Pest & Termite believes in delivering some of the best non-toxic pest control treatments in the Plano area. Hundreds of happy households and homeowners all over North Texas support our A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.

Experience the difference low toxicity pest treatments may bring by partnering with All-Safe Pest & Termite in your wasp elimination process. Chat with one of our online agents to get started, or simply give us a call to get connected with the residential pest prevention plan that’s right for you. Don’t let yourself fall prey to wasps or their resulting fear factor. Rely on the experts at All-Safe Pest & Termite today!

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