About this project

Wasps can be a nuisance, especially when you’re trying to enjoy that picnic outdoors. Because wasps are scavengers, they will eat sweet food as well as insects and spiders. Wasps tend to be hot-tempered and should be treated with extreme caution. Unlike honey bees, which sting once then loose their stinger, wasps will sting repeatedly and do not die after stinging.

Wasps will generally nest in holes in the ground or near a window. They defend their home quite aggressively. Unlike the honeybee, wasps will sting repeatedly and do not lose their stinger nor die after stinging.

If you think you have a wasp nest near your property proceed with extreme caution and Contact us today! Day & Nite Pest Control has been protecting homes and businesses in the Bay Area for more than 38 years. Our technicians have the most effective wasp control in the industry.


Distinguishing Characteristics:
Although there are many different species of wasps, most have two pair of wings and a pinched waist. Colors range from black & yellow to greens and blues. They are easy to identify by their quick side to side flight pattern before landing.

Honey bees which are interested in pollen, wasps are known to love sweets as well as meat. Because their scavengers a wasp will eat spiders, insects and human food. (The very reason they cause havoc at picnics). Wasps are easier to agitate and will sting repeatedly. If you have a wasp nest in or around our home proceed with caution and contact our wasp control experts.


Project URL:  Wasps