Yellow Jacket Treatment

Safely Remove The Sting From Your Home

Aardvark Pest Pro Yellow Jacket removal in Newark and surrounding areas

Aardvark is your trusted pest control partner.  Yellow Jacket treatments and removal is one of our specialties. We have years of exterminating Yellow Jackets and have the know-how on getting rid of them. Give us a call today to speak to a professional before the yellow jacket population in your home has time to grow.

Affordable Yellow Jacket Removal

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Don’t let a yellow jacket infestation ruin your summer. Yellow jackets can be a serious nuisance and dangerous to remove yourself due to their painful stings which can cause serious allergic reactions. At Aardvark Pest Pro we can treat yellow jacket nests with prices starting at $80 + tax.

Yellow Jacket Control - Treatment Process

Aardvark Pest Pro will come out to the affected property and assess the Yellow Jacket problem. We then will treat the affected areas and knock down their nest.
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Guaranteed Results With Our Yellow Jacket Treatment
Assurance For The Whole Year

We believe in doing the job right, the first time. If the yellow jackets come back to the same spot during the season we’ll come back and retreat the affected area for FREE.

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Yellow Jackets - What you should know

Yellow jackets are black and yellow with a defined, thinner waist compared to the rest of their body. They have antennas and six legs. Yellow jackets can look similar to a paper wasp, hornet, or bees.

Are yellow jackets dangerous?

Yes. Yellow jackets are no joke. They are very territorial and have a venomous sting which can cause pain, swelling, and many individuals have allergic reactions. Yellow jackets have the ability to sting multiple times and even bite you. When a yellow jacket is killed, they give off pheromones that let the others in the colony know. They defend their colony aggressively.

Treatment for Yellow Jacket Stings

Yellow jackets have a painful sting. According to after being stung, you should wash the areas with soap and water, apply a cold ice pack in 10 minutes on 10 minutes off intervals, and if the sting is on a limb like leg or arm, keep the limb raised to reduce swelling. Source

What do Yellow Jackets eat?

Yellow jackets are known as pollinators which makes them a beneficial insect. They are known to eat beetles and flies but are also interested in meat and sugary substances. This can make them attracted to picnics or parties with food outside.
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Where do Yellow Jackets build their nests?

Yellow jackets are known to build their nests in a multitude of places. Common places are in the ground (also called a ground nest), usually in old rodent burrows, in hollowed-out longs or stumps. They can also build nests that hang in trees, in attics, walls, in between floors, and on the eaves of your home’s roof. Yellow jacket nests may start out small but can enlarge rapidly if left untreated. The largest nest are usually found in attics where the insects have time to build their colonies undetected.

Frequently Asked Yellow Jacket Treatment Questions

Yellow jackets will not return to the same nest the following year. Be aware that is possible that unhatched eggs can survive the winter. So take caution when removing an old nest yourself.
There can be as many as 5000 workers in a nest. The yellow jacket colony generally reaches its maximum size in the months between August and September if left untreated.
Signs of yellow jackets swarming in an area is a good sign there’s a nest nearby. Look for areas in the ground or on the outside of your home that they may be using as an entrance hole.
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