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Yellow Jackets
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 yellow jackets by yourself. Beeline Pest Control serves customers quickly and professionally. Yellow Jackets may look a lot like the common Paper Wasp, but their nest have quite a different meaning for your family.

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These nests start out with a Yellow Jacket finding some small hole that leads into a wall void on your house. By the end of June most of their nests have grown to around 5,000 members strong. But that’s just the start. By late fall, their nests will have grown to 50,000 Yellow Jackets!

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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

Can yellow jackets remember me?

No, yellow jackets cannot remember you. However, if you have a yellow jacket problem in your home or business, it’s possible that they are nesting nearby and just coming into your property to forage for food.

Can yellow jackets kill me or my pet?

No, yellow jackets will not kill you or your pet. However, their stings can be painful and cause serious allergic reactions in some people. Only in extreme cases of severe allergic reaction is there any chance of death from a yellow jacket.

Where are yellow jackets most common?

Yellow jackets are most common in the southern and eastern United States. However, they can be found in other parts of the world as well.

Where do yellow jackets nest?

Yellow jackets typically nest in the ground, but they can also nest in trees, shrubs, or other areas. If you see a yellow jacket nest, do not try to remove it yourself. This is extremely dangerous and should only be done by a pest control professional.

Do yellow jackets return to the same place every year?

No, yellow jackets do not return to the same place every year. They typically only live for one year, so they will move to a new location each year

What does a yellow jacket look like?

Yellow jackets are small, yellow and black striped insects. They are about half an inch to three-quarters of an inch long. Yellow jackets have two pairs of wings and six legs. They are similar in appearance to bees, but they do not have the fuzzy appearance that bees have

Why do I have so many yellow jackets in my yard?

There are a few reasons why you may have yellow jackets in your yard. One reason could be that you have a lot of flowers or other plants that are attracting them. Another possibility is that there is something in your garbage that is attracting them, such as food scraps.

Will yellow jackets sting me for no reason?

No, yellow jackets will not sting you for no reason. They are typically only aggressive if they feel threatened or if their nest is disturbed.

What should I do if I find a yellow jacket nest?

Trying to remove a yellow jacket nest on your own is not recommended, as it can be extremely dangerous. Pest control professionals have the training and experience necessary to safely and effectively remove yellow jacket nests.

What is the difference between yellow jackets and bees?

Bees are attracted to flowers and other plant life, while yellow jackets are more attracted to sweet food and drinks. Yellow jackets will also scavenge for food, which is how they often end up in trash cans.