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Wasp And Bee Removal

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Wasp, Hornet and Bee Removal

At Bigfoot Pest Control, we know exactly how to deal with bee and wasp removal. Our experts will evaluate the entire issue, and exterminate the critters without any further damage to you or your home. If you need a quick and effective treatment, we can provide the necessary options for extermination of bees and wasps. Call us today and let one of our experts handle your pest issue.

All of the different types of wasps and bees in and around the West Chicago Suburbs can cause structural damage because of their nesting and building activities.

The most common types are the Yellow Jackets, Honey Bees, Carpenter Bees and Bumble Bees.

Honey Bees

They survive year-round and don’t need to reestablish their colonies. When the honey starts to melt it can cause damage, which can attract even more bees.

Bumble Bees

Often mistaken for carpenter bees, these pests are very aggressive and will attack if their hive becomes threatened.

Carpenter Bees

These bees actually bore into your wood and lay eggs inside it. If they abandon their nest, other pests may invade.

Yellow Jackets

These are small and aggressive bees. They burrow into the ground or into wood and can cause damage with both their nesting and their stinging.

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