Stinging Insects

Bees and wasps can be irritating, destructive and dangerous.

A simple, well timed treatment of your home, deck or patio can make for an enjoyable, wasp free summer. Often, Yellow Jacket and Bald Faced Hornet nests go unnoticed until late summer when they have grown large enough to be dangerous. Community Pest Solutions will quickly and safely eliminate the entire colony, we guarantee our work for the rest of the year. Often mistaken for bumble bees, carpenter bees are large, territorial, wood destroying pests. By providing a long lasting residual treatment to their nesting sites we can eliminate and prevent carpenter bees all summer. Read below to learn more about stinging insects.

Yellow Jackets
Yellow Jackets are a very common, small, aggressive, black and yellow wasp. Over the course of the summer their nests will grow in size, sometimes numbering over 10,000 making them very dangerous. Yellow Jackets often nest in wall voids, underground, in hollow tress and under porches. A simple one time treatment of the nest is usually enough to quickly eliminate these irritating pests. We guarantee our Yellow Jacket treatments for the remaining calendar year!
Paper Wasps
Paper Wasps are medium sized, black/yellow or black/brown and pack an extremely painful sting. These wasps make small, exposed, disc shaped nests in the peaks and corners of structures. They also nest under deck railings, making them extremely irritating when we want to spend time outside. A simple, well timed treatment of your home, deck or patio can make for an enjoyable, wasp free summer.
Bald Faced Hornets
Bald-faced hornets are large, aggressive, black and white wasps. These wasps are usually responsible for the large paper nests commonly seen in trees and on the sides of structures in the summer. A mature nest can contain several hundred wasps and grow to be larger than a basketball. A simple one time treatment will quickly eliminate these irritating pests. We guarantee our Bald-faced Hornet treatments for the remaining calendar year!
Honey Bees
Honey Bees service information coming soon.
Carpenter Bees
Often mistaken for bumble bees, carpenter bees are large, territorial, wood destroying pests. These bees chew into wood soffits, behind gutters and into deck railings making round holes in the wood and often burrowing in over 12 inches to deposit their eggs. By providing a long lasting residual treatment to their nesting sites we can eliminate and prevent carpenter bees all summer.
Other Stinging Insects
There are many other bees and wasps that can become pests in Michigan. Mason bees can sometimes show up in unwanted places in large numbers. In some areas Mud Dauber populations grow big enough to require treatment. Cicada Killers are extremely large wasps that can suddenly take over your yard. We will work with you to find a solution for any stinging insect problem you’re experiencing.