Complete Pest Control and Extermination of Bald-Faced Hornet or Paper Wasp.

The baldfaced hornet is actually a wasp. It has ivory-white markings on it’s face and ranges in size from 13 mm to 20 mm.

We exterminate Wasps  by employing insecticide spray or dust in the problem areas of the structure. For indoor treatment, the premises would need to be vacated before the treatment can being. Occupants can return after 4 hours after the application.

We employ commercially registered insecticide application to get rid of Wasps of all kinds. Our service includes a 7 months limited warranty.

Bald-Faced Hornet or Paper Wasp

IMPORTANT: Leave Wasp removal to professional exterminators.

Yellowjacket / German Wasp

YellowJacket Wasps are the most common Wasps in Southern Ontario. You may see their nest in a tree or in the soffits of a house particularly in the porch. Be very careful if you choose to apply insecticides to the nest.
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Bald-Faced Hornet

Wasp Nest

At times, the nest is not visible more accessible. Wasps enter through a crack or gap in the exterior of a house and build a nest a little further inside. Sealing off this opening usually results in Wasps finding their way inside the house.
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Bald-Faced Hornet / Paper Wasp Nest

Ultimate Insecticide Spray Application

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Insecticides may be in the form of a Spray, Dust, or Fog. Characteristics of application of these methods are:

  • Pests are targeted directly by insecticides.

  • Pest nesting and hiding areas are treated.

  • Pest foraging and feeding spots are treated .

  • Pest entry and exit points are treated.

  • Pests egg laying spots are targeted.


How to Prepare?

Please do following prep.

  • Clear out and Clean areas and spaces where Pests are seen.

  • Vacate property including pets before Insecticides Application.

  • Stay out for 4 hours.

  • Consider shutting down Air systems.

  • Insecticides Fog may falsely trigger smoke alarm.

  • Some insecticides may have a petro-chemicals like smell that lingers for a few days.

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