Around Springtime, it is common to begin seeing Yellowjackets, Paper Wasps, Mud Daubers, and other stinging insects. These pests typically pop up during the early weeks of April and May, and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Queens spend the majority of the colder months overwintering or hibernating, and rapidly expand their nests once the weather warms up.

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Over the course of Spring and Summer, Wasps become increasingly more aggressive, causing disturbance to your property, and can even cause allergic reactions. You may find nests hidden in your eaves or built behind your siding. Sunrise treats wasp nests directly to handle the initial infestation, and we offer pest control services for wasps removal/hornets removal, and to prevent insect activity throughout the year.

Wasps and other stinging insects build their nests in walls, eaves, attics, or underground. We have several different Wasp species in Western Washington, all varying in size, shape, color, and demeanor. Such species include European Hornet, Yellow Jacket, and Bald-faced Hornet. Sunrise has been operating in the Pacific Northwest since 1978, establishing itself as a reliable service provider. 

You can count on us to get rid of hornets, wasps and other stinging pests.

While we are able to treat several different types of Bees, Wasps, or Hornets, we do not treat Honey Bees. If you spot a developing Honey Bee nest in or around your home, please contact your local Bee Keeper or Swarm Collector. Honey Bees, Mason Bees, and Bumble Bees are beneficial to the environment. Sunrise uses Integrated Pest Management techniques to keep you and your family safe while keeping our environment healthy, too.

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