In the spring, the newly hatched Queen leaves her birthplace to create a nest of her own. Usually she does this independently, but sometimes she has other females present to help raise the young. She spends the season producing young who care for the nest, protect the nest, and bring in food. As the season comes to a close the Queen wasp is preparing for the coming year. She lays special eggs for the new Queens, who hatch and hibernate before the seasons end. The worker wasps are dying out, and becoming more weary as they defend their home and Queen. They sting and sting as humans invade their flight path back home.
How do you end this monarchy of wasps? Calling us.
When Nash arrives, excited to wear his bee suit, he takes his time to look for all nests around the home and carefully take them down for you. He may even take a picture with your child in the suit if you ask (he's done it before!).
Call for friendly, effective, safe service from us. (360) 329-4088