Bee Control Solutions For Gresham Properties

Posted by wadmin on Friday, December 29, 2017

Wildwoods Pest Control_Safe Removal Of Bees And Wasps

Gresham homes vary from rural enclaves surrounded by wooded areas to bustling commerce centers, complete with stacked townhouses and modern condos. Regardless of where in Gresham you hang your coat, there is a possibility for beehives and wasp nests to cause problems. Consider these tips to help you identify and resolve bee and wasp control issues.

Keeping your outdoor areas free from sugary debris like soda cans or candy wrappers may help discourage bees and wasps from making themselves comfortable in your space. Taking out the trash more often, rinsing out trash cans regularly, and reducing or prohibiting open food containers when you are outside can all potentially keep bees and wasps away from your eaves.

Carpenter bees, however, can be found making homes in untreated/unpainted wood, so keeping all outdoor wood surfaces painted or treated will make them less susceptible to the burrowings of carpenter bees.

The best action to take when a beehive or wasp nest appears on your Gresham property is to call Wildwoods Pest Control Services. Wildwoods has served Gresham’s communities for several years and can create timely and effective solutions to all your bee control issues.

Wildwoods Pest Control has the environment in mind when we do pest control treatments.  Employing an approach to pest control called “Integrated Pest Management”, we believe that each home should be treated differently because each home is unique. Wildwoods has served communities in the Portland area for several years and can create timely and effective extermination solutions for your pest control issue.

Contact Wildwoods today if you are experiencing a bee or wasp control issue. Visit our Bee and Wasp Control page to learn more about our methods.

Call Us Today at 971.219.6681 for a Free Consultation!

 

Categories: Bees, integrated pest management, Pest Control, pest removal services, Wasps

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