This Week’s Pest Control Links
Winter Pest Control Tips
Following these seven simple tips can go along way to ensure your winter is pest free. More…
Greenville / Spartanburg Falls Into The Top 50 Cities With Bed Bug Activity
The Importance of Having a Board Certified Entomologist on Staff
Tips to Halt Spring Termite Infestations
The Importance of Moisture Control
Moisture and pests go hand and hand, but what can you do about it? Here are some pointers. More…
Bulwark Exterminating Featured On Flipping Vegas
Pest Of The Week: Yellowjackets
One of the most common types of predatory wasps in North American is the yellowjacket. These wasps, often times confused with bees, are given the nickname yellowjacket because of the black and yellow stripes on their abdomens. All female members of the species are able to sting multiple times, causing incredible pain to anyone, who has been stung.
Yellowjackets build nests in trees, shrubs, or in protected places such as inside human-made structures (attics, hollow walls or flooring, in sheds, under porches, and eaves of houses), or in soil cavities, mouse burrows, etc. These nests can provide dangerous conditions for homeowners; conditions that need to be treated with pest control.