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If you do find a nest that is larger than your fist it is time to call in pest control professionals. We offer both commercial and residential pest control services. Do not put yourself or your family at risk in trying to handle these annoying hornets by yourself. Beeline Pest Control serves customers quickly and professionally.

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These pests are very protective of their nest and will get aggressive if they feel like there is any threat present. They are particularly agitated by vibrations and loud noises such as lawn mowers. The most common Idaho hornet is commonly referred to as a cicada killer. These can be recognized by their black and white coloring instead of the yellow and black coloring that most of the other bee and wasp-like pest have. Hornets and Yellow Jackets are both territorial and it is uncommon for you to have more than one nest on your property. If you want to eliminate these pest from your yard without the high risk of being stung in the process, give us a call and we’ll get it taken care of four you.

Why Choose Beeline Pest Control?
Our talented team of Idaho pest control technicians are expert in the art of wasp control and know how to force wasps to leave your property in a hurry. If you want to hire a pest control company you can trust, contact us right away. We will begin by conducting a thorough inspection of your home to check for wasps and then map out a plan to eliminate them.

Call Beeline Pest Control today to assess the size and growth of your wasp infestation. We will work quickly and safely to return your home back to a wasp-free zone.

  • Check areas where nests can be built. Prevent them from building larger nests by removing small nests at first sight.
  • Put a light in spaces where wasps like to gather and keep it on during the day. This will scare them away from that area.
  • Make sure to seal off any area where wasps nest, cover all soffits.

Questions that People Most Frequently Ask Us

Take a look at some of the typical questions that pop up in the minds of our clients

Are hornets active at night?

Hornets are nocturnal insects, meaning they are most active at night. However, they will also come out during the day if there is enough light. Hornets are attracted to light, so they will often fly toward houses or buildings that are lit up at night.

Are hornets useful for anything?

Hornets are beneficial to the environment because they help control the population of pest insects. However, they can be dangerous to humans and animals if they feel threatened.

What time of year are hornets most active?

Hornets are most active in the spring and summer months when they are looking for food. They are more active at night as well

How can I get rid of hornets from my home or business?

The best way to get rid of hornets from your home or business is to contact a professional pest control company. Hornets are aggressive insects and can be dangerous to humans and animals, so it’s important to have them removed by a trained professional.

What hornets live in the ground?

Hornets typically build their nests in trees or on buildings, but some species of hornet will build their nests in the ground. These hornets are more aggressive and can be more dangerous to humans and animals. If you see a hornet nest in the ground, it’s important to contact a professional pest control company to have it removed

How do I know if I have a hornet infestation?

If you see hornets flying around your property or notice a large, round nest in a tree or on a building, you may have a hornet infestation. Hornets are also attracted to sweet smells, so if you have fruit trees on your property, they may be attracted to the fruit.

How do hornets build their nests?

Hornets build their nests by chewing wood and plant material to create a paper-like substance. They use this material to construct a large, round nest that can house up to 700 hornets. Hornets typically build their nests in trees or on buildings.

What is more dangerous – hornets, wasps, yellow jackets or bees?

Hornets are more dangerous than wasps, yellow jackets, and bees because their venom is more potent. Hornets, like wasps, also have the ability to sting multiple times, whereas bees can only sting once

What happens if a hornet stings me?

Hornet stings can be painful and cause swelling, redness, and itching. In some cases, hornet stings can also cause an allergic reaction that may require medical attention. If you are allergic to hornet venom, you may experience difficulty breathing, dizziness, or even anaphylactic shock.

What does a hornet look like?

Hornets are large, predatory insects that can be up to two inches long. They are black and white with yellow stripes on their bodies. Hornets have a stinger that they use to inject venom into their prey.