What Stinging Insects Are Lurking Around Your Home This Spring

Hornets Sting Repeatedly, so Watch Out.
Hornets Sting Repeatedly, so Watch Out.

When outdoor temperatures warm up, wasps and hornets can become a problem for NJ homeowners. Since these insects can sting, you should allow Monmouth County pest control experts to handle infestations. Here’s what else you need to know about wasps and hornets during spring.

Paper Wasps

Paper wasps might wander into your main living area from inside the walls or other hiding places where queens spent the winter. These wasps are trying to get outside, so they can build a nest and lay eggs. Paper wasps are usually sluggish and not very aggressive when they wake up from overwintering. However, they can still sting if disturbed.

Pest control professionals can remove existing nests in your attic or other areas and help you take steps to make sure these insects don’t get into your home again.

Hornets and Yellow Jackets

Hornets and yellow jackets are much more aggressive than paper wasps. They can attack in groups, which makes them especially dangerous for anyone, not just those with allergies. If you have hornets or yellow jackets in your home or yard, you should have professional pest control technicians remove them for you. This will lower your risk of being stung.

If you have wasps or hornets on your property, contact Allison Pest Control. Our Monmouth County pest control experts can safely remove wasp and hornet nests.