Indianapolis Wasp Control

Have you noticed a wasp nest on the exterior of your home? Maybe you’ve just seen some wasps hanging around your entry door and want them gone. Regardless, our expert wasp control technicians at Quality Pest Exterminator are ready to help you get relief – safely.

Wasps are a regular stinging pest in the Indianapolis region. While the majority of residents are not really partial to them, they would rather have wasps instead of the more dangerous stinging insects. The species of wasp is going to depict it’s overall appearance although the vast majority feature skinny waists and 2 pair of wings.

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We can help control the wasps causing chaos around your property – just call (317) 723-7226.

Similar to bees, certain wasps are sociable and live in colonies, which contain anywhere from 100’s to 1000’s of wasps. The female wasps manage the home and offspring. The unsocial wasp varieties like to dwell alone and can also lay eggs, but they leave the eggs in the nest alone.

Safe Wasp Removal & Control

You’ll find both parasitic and predatory wasps within the Indianapolis area. The upside to predatory wasps is that they kill and consume other sorts of irritating insect life which they use to nourish their larvae. Parasitic wasps will lay eggs either in a spider or caterpillar so the larvae may easily eat the live host.

Wasps will sting multiple times if needed. Though they are often annoying pests to find, they do have a perk and that is destroying the pesky insects that put vegetables and plants and flowers at risk. So if they’re near your garden they’re likely doing you a favor, but we can understand if you’d prefer they not hang around.

Phone Our Wasp Control Specialists

When you’re anxious to be free from the stinging wasps at your personal property, give our pest control specialists in Indianapolis a ring at (317) 723-7226 right away! We don’t advise trying to get rid of them on your own if you’re not sure what you’re doing. We can safely remove the wasps and their nests and help you gain control of the wasp population on your property.