Welcome to 1st Response Pest Control, your go-to experts for all things stinging insects! Whether you're dealing with an unwelcome bee swarm or pesky wasp nests, we've got you covered. With our extensive knowledge and experience in bee, hornet, yellow jacket, and wasp extermination, and overall pest management, we are here to provide effective solutions that will leave your home buzzing-free in no time.
Extremely beneficial pollinator, but can also be a safety hazard if they move into a structure. We do our best to preserve these very important pollinators whenever possible. They can usually be relocated safely.
Capable of stinging multiple times, and their sting can be quite painful. They build paper nests under eaves, in fences, and sometimes under roofing tiles. We knock down, or treat their nests on regular service visits.
Social hunters that live in large colonies comprised of workers, queens, and drones. Capable of multiple stings, and will aggressively defend their colony nest by swarming. Can nest in soil.
Large fuzzy pollinator is a social insect that lives in colonies as large as 1,800 individuals, they build their nests close to the ground. Males are incapable of stinging. They're essential to the survival of certain plants.
Builds a large, ball shaped paper nest, and is known for being aggressive and stinging frequently. They are a social insect that live in large colonies. Bald faced hornets are attracted to meats just like Yellowjackets.
Builds a mud nest, and stings a spider to paralyze the spider, and the spider acts as food for the larva in the nest. Not a social insect like a wasp. Can sting, but rarely will, and their nest is rather easy to remove.
Often mistaken for a Bumble Bee, these bees bore into wood, and hibernate during the winter. Females rarely sting. They are solitary, and nest in the wood that they bore their 1/2" perfectly round hole in.
This arachnid has eight legs just like spiders, mites, and ticks. Most commonly found in dry, hot, desert areas, these are fierce predators that use their stinger not only to hunt, but also to defend themselves.
Living in colonies of up to 200,000, these ants aren't native to the US, but are here to stay. These aggressive omnivores have only one known predator, the phorid fly. Queens can live up to seven years.
When dealing with honey bees, we recognize the significance of finding a compromise between protecting these essential pollinators and safeguarding your property. Bees serve a critical purpose in our environment, but when their colonies end up in undesirable locations such as your yard or near entry points, it can become problematic.
Honey bees are renowned for constructing intricate hives that can accommodate large numbers of bees. Should you come across one on your property, it is crucial not to disturb them as they have the potential to become defensive. Instead, reach out to us! Our team will carefully evaluate the situation and decide on the optimal approach.
Whether you are faced with a bee swarm or honey bees nesting on your premises, keep in mind that attempting DIY methods or disrupting their nests without proper expertise and equipment can result in stings and possible harm. Trust the professionals who possess the necessary knowledge and skills to handle these situations delicately.
At 1st Response Pest Control we always try to outsource to a local beekeeper if there isn't a safety issue present.
When it comes to dealing with wasp problems, you need the experts on your side. At 1st Response Pest Control Services, we specialize in effective and safe wasp control solutions. Our team of professionals is trained in identifying different types of wasps and their behavior patterns.
One common type of wasp that homeowners often encounter is the paper wasp. These insects build their nests using plant material and saliva, usually in sheltered areas like eaves or under decks. Paper wasps can become aggressive if their nest is disturbed, so it's important to call for professional assistance.
At 1st Response Pest Control, we employ effective methods to eliminate wasp nests safely without posing a risk to you or your family. Our technicians have the knowledge and experience needed to locate hidden nests and provide targeted treatments that ensure long-lasting results.
As an added value to our residential regular pest control service subscription clients, we will knock down wasp nests we find under eaves that we can reach (up to 20 feet from the ground), or treat those nests if we cannot reach them while we are brushing off the cobwebs during regular service visits.
1st Response Pest Control
40054 Palmetto Drive, Palmdale, California 93551, United States
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