Stinging insect overview
There are many species of stinging insects but the ones we encounter the most are:
European paper wasps
While hornets and wasps live in nests or colonies carpenter bees inhabit abandoned nest tunnels. They also excavate wood galleries where they raise their young.
There are many reasons why stinging insects invade. Most homes in our area experience problems with these types of pests starting in spring and continuing through the summer months.
They can be. Male carpenter bees are aggressive in nature but are not capable of stinging. Females are capable of stinging but do so rarely. Stinging insects like hornets and wasps are a nuisance. They will sting and their stings can be painful and may cause mild to severe allergic reactions which can be fatal.
Stinging insects can be difficult and dangerous to get rid of. Removal of nests and these pests should be completed by a pest control professional. Contacting McCauley Services at the first sign of a problem is the ideal way to get rid of bees, hornets and wasps. We offer effective stinging insect control in Arkansas that is sure to eradicate the entire pest problem.
We don't recommend. As mentioned above, stinging insects can be dangerous if threatened or otherwise provoked. McCauley Services' pest control technicians are trained professionals. They'll implement a plan of action that will resolve your pest problem.
Safety is important to McCauley Services. We use products and treatments that are EPA registered for pest control use. We only send out registered pest control technicians who are licensed by the state or local jurisdictions. This ensures proper application and protects our customers, their family or employees.
At McCauley Services we make every effort to be with you as soon as possible. In most cases we can respond on the same or next day.
Pricing for stinging insect control varies. Our contracts are customized to meet your needs and expectations so our prices reflect that. When you contact us we may recommend a free inspection. One of our representatives will investigate your property. Based on that assessment we'll offer recommendations for treatment and provide the pricing.