Is there anything more frustrating and painful than an insect sting? For such a small insect, they really pack a punch! And when you encounter a nest of angry stinging insects? The results can be dangerous, even deadly, if anyone is allergic!
Don’t be the victim of unwanted, stinging insects. Stop the stings for good with either a one-time service to treat the exisiting nest or with a seasonal pest control plan to prevent them during their season from Expert Pest Control.
Expert Pest Control has been working throughout Burlington County for the past 25 years. We’ve seen (and felt) almost every type of stinging insect there is, and we know how to handle them to keep you and your family safe. Our company uses only the best products available – Termidor and others – to ensure the whole hive goes down and you stay safe.
Like other insects, hornets, yellow jackets, and bees have colonies where they store their food and receive orders from their queen. Our products deliver insect-eradicating chemicals to that hive, and end the stinging threat for good. Best of all, our solutions are non-repelling, so the insects don’t become agitated and aggressive and fly into your home.
Carpenter bees can be a nuisance to homeowners. Though males do not sting, and females rarely attack, they can tunnel into your deck, porch, or other wood structures and cost you hundreds to repair the damage! They can also ruin any relaxation you have outdoors with their aggressive behavior during warm weather.
Expert Pest Control can end their threat permanently and give you your home back, quickly and effectively.
We know what to look for when it comes to carpenter bees, as they are very distinct from other types of bees. They have a unique metallic blue-black hue, green and purplish reflections, and sometimes even a golden color (males) as well.
Expert Pest Control knows where they establish their nests (inside various types of softer wood) and target those specific locations. We not only get the drones of the colony, but we also eliminate the eggs, and their pollen food supply; making the nest all but useless to any survivors.