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What You Should Know About the Summer Wasp Season

What You Should Know About the Summer Wasp Season

Buzz. Buzz. Buzz. Is it a bee? A fly? Or… is it a wasp? If it’s a wasp, watch out! Wasps can sting over and over, unlike their close relative, the bee. However, they are less annoying than your common housefly. They aren’t particularly interested in you. They’re interested in building a home in or […]

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Bee and Wasp Control: Safely Get Rid of Those Stinging Pests

Bee and Wasp Control: Safely Get Rid of Those Stinging Pests

Now that summer is upon us, Canadians are ducking and running for cover from bees and wasps. The truth is that bee stings are dangerous and potentially fatal. Across the globe, hundreds of people die each year due to an allergic reaction to stings. At the same time, some bees are considered an endangered species. […]

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4 Reasons Professional Wasp Removal Is Necessary

4 Reasons Professional Wasp Removal Is Necessary

Just one queen wasp can easily lay over 100 eggs at a time. One wasp can set up your home for an infestation in just a couple of days. When this happens, you might not be able to sleep until you figure out a wasp removal solution. While several types of pest control can be […]

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4 Signs You Need to Call Avon Pest Control’s Wasp Removal Specialists ASAP

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Wasp infestation is no laughing matter. Wasps are aggressive and fiercely protective of their nests. Their stings are incredibly painful and certainly lethal for those who are allergic to them. These are not the only thing you have to worry about. Unlike bees, wasp stingers don’t stay lodged on their poor victims. They can attack […]

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Ready for Summer Pests in Metro Vancouver?

Ready for Summer Pests in Metro Vancouver?

Summer is almost here – so is an increase of wasps, ants, and bed bugs. Summer is one of the most popular seasons in greater Vancouver after many rainy months. Who else loves the warmth? Insects – some just annoying, like flies, mosquitoes, or roaches – but others can actually cause structural damage to buildings […]

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How Do I Get Rid of Wasps?

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Are you trying to figure out how to be free of annoying wasps in Vancouver area? Wasps are very common all throughout North America and throughout the world and eliminating them yourself is not all that difficult. Many people are scared of these stinging insects simply because they can sting you, but most people don’t have […]

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Bed bugs Vs Wasps? Which creates more problems?

Bed bugs are one of the most annoying pests man has to contend with and there can be no two opinions about that. Bed bugs are small wingless insects with waxy skin and have the innate ability to creep and hide into the narrow crevices of walls, doors, tiled floorings, sofas and predominantly in mattresses. […]

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Few Easy Ways to Get Rid of Wasps

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Although all stinging insects are deadly and can cause tremendous pain, wasps are deemed to be the most dangerous. One of the striking characteristics of the wasp is it will sting a person repeatedly as its stinger is not barbed, unlike a honeybee. The venom of a wasp can be particularly perilous to people who […]

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Wasp Videos

Wasp Videos Wasps are considered to be a beneficial pest in a farmers point of view. But it becomes a problem when they disrupt outdoor activities for families and pets. It consists of a slender body with narrow waist and cylindrical legs. They are described as predators which feed on insects and other arthropods. It has […]

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Wasp FAQ

Wasp Frequently Asked Questions How do wasps differ from bees? Wasps do not directly engage in collecting pollen, food and honey; whereas bees have the characteristics of collecting and storing pollen, food and honey. Wasps make their nests by paper, bees build it by wax. Wasp mouth parts are designed to chew food, for bees […]

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