Beat the Buzzing with Wasp Control in Plano
Wasps have a slender body with a narrow waist, slender, cylindrical legs, and appear smoothed-skinned and shiny. They are predators, feeding insects and other arthropods to their young, so they can be helpful in controlling the insect population. However, because they are also a nuisance – stinging people who threaten them – Little Giant Beekeepers performs wasp control in Plano for wasps, yellow jackets and hornets.
If you require help with wasp control in Plano, call Little Giant Beekeepers today at 972-980-0923. We always get our “bee!”
Little Giant Beekeepers can control wasps at any time, but a good time of the year for wasp control in Plano is in June after the queen has established her colony and while the colony is still small. The best time of the day to remove wasp nests is at night when they are less active. Because nests are small at this time, they are also harder to find. If you prefer not to be involved in controlling stinging creatures that are hard to find and could turn on you at any time, allow Little Giant Beekeepers to do your wasp control in Plano.
Wasps possess two separate pairs of wings and have three pairs of thin legs that hang down when the insect flies. Wasps also have antennae and three distinct sections – a head, abdomen and thorax. The “waist” of a wasp, where the abdomen connects to the thorax, is quite slender as opposed to, for example a bumblebee. Wasps also differ from bees in that their body is smooth and lacks hair.