Jefferson County Stinging Insect Control Services
Don’t let the sting of a bee, wasp, or yellow jacket infestation stop you in your tracks! OMNI Pest Solutions offers comprehensive bee, wasp, and yellow jacket control services in St. Louis and Jefferson County. These buzzing insects can be a real nuisance, but can also pose a hazard to you, your family, or your employees. When you need fast and efficient pest control, you can rely on our team of experts. We offer same-day and emergency pest solutions, so you don’t have to keep worrying about that wasps’ nest or beehive on your property. We’ll come on site to inspect your property and determine the extent of the infestation before we make recommendations that are tailored to your particular needs. With OMNI Pest Solutions, your bee, wasp, or yellow jacket problems will become a distant memory!
Because bees, wasps, and yellow jackets have the ability to sting you – which can be quite painful and, in some people, can even cause allergic reactions – removing these pesky insects can be hazardous. We do not recommend trying to tackle these infestations on your own. While the commercially available sprays and powders might seem convenient, it requires that you get up close and personal with the bees, wasps, yellow jackets and their nests. Instead of addressing this problem on your own, a professional pest control expert can help you identify the location of the nest and safely remove the nest and its inhabitants. Often, nests are in difficult to reach places. These insects can fiercely defend their territory and, without proper protection, can cause serious injury. Don’t risk it on your own! Call in a professional today.
To schedule an appointment with one of our pest control experts, please call (314) 310-0902 or contact us online today!
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