Stinging Pests

What to Expect From Your Ratpacker

We can take the sting out of summer.

Warm weather tends to bring everyone outside, including stinging pests. While the stings from wasps, bees, hornets, or yellow jackets may hurt, they can also cause more serious health issues like painful swelling, infections, nausea, and in rare cases even death. Not only do you need to worry about the stinging pests themselves, but also about locating and removing their breeding places.

If you find a nest on your property, removing it safely and completely can be difficult. The Ratpacker can come out and perform an inspection of your yard and home. Once he locates their nest, he can treat the pests as well as remove the source. 

Stinging Insect Control Down to a Science

We know how to stop the sting.

In the warm months, stinging insects buzz around your home, often building nests inside attics and gutters, or under decks or eaves. It is important to find and seal cracks and crevices to keep these pests from migrating indoors.

With award-winning training and advanced technology, your Ratpacker will look for conditions that invite stinging insects, tackle current infestations, and remove any nests to help prevent future stingers from showing up. With more than 160 hours of training just in the first year, your Ratpacker will know the classification and behavior of stinging insects so he can target his solution to your home.

Because of our science, research, technology, and training, stinging pests don’t stand a chance against Ratpacker.

The Ratpack Guarantee

We’re not satisfied until you’re satisfied.

If stinging pests return between The Ratpacker’s scheduled visits, he’ll come back at no extra charge. And if Ratpack is unable to solve your stinging pest problem, we’ll refund your last service payment as long as you’re a customer.

More About Honey Bees

Bee in the know.

Honey bees can produce substantial amounts of honey, as can several other bee species. As pollinators, honey bees are critical to the environment and the food supply. Unfortunately, they also can become a medical and structural threat if they nest near people and buildings. Bees and other pollinators are protected in many states, so if an infestation should occur in or near a dwelling, you should consider contacting a local beekeeper to relocate the nest. A beekeeper can assess the situation and determine if it is feasible to remove the nest. This can be an intensive process, especially if the nest is large. For more information on honey bee nest relocation, contact a local beekeeper of an apiary society.  [http://www.beeculture.com/content/whoswho/]