Insects

Commercial Pest Control: Don’t Let Wasps and Hornets Land You in Court


When it’s warm out, you can expect to see wasps and hornets from time to time. These stinging insects stay busy building nests during summer and reproducing, leading to a population increase.

If you own a commercial building, it’s important to prevent or handle wasp and hornet problems promptly or you could end up facing a lawsuit from customers or tenants who are stung. Learn more about why NJ wasp abatement is crucial for commercial properties.

Wasp and Hornet Behavior

Wasps and hornets are commonly feared for a reason. Unlike honeybees, these insects can sting repeatedly and some species are known for attacking in large numbers when they’re disturbed or threatened. This can be very dangerous for customers or tenants, especially if they’re allergic to insect stings. If you have any nests on your property, wasps and hornets put individuals at risk of being attacked.

Preventing Wasp and Hornet Problems

Keep in mind that wasps and hornets are seen more often in late summer when they fly around looking for food. You can discourage these pests by keeping trash cans sealed securely, trimming grass to prevent ground nesting and closing up possible entry points in your building. These steps can lower your risk of having wasps and hornets around.

If your commercial property needs NJ wasp abatement, please contact Allison Pest Control. Our experts will safely eliminate wasps and hornets from your property this summer.

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