Getting Rid of Wasps, Bees, and Hobo Spiders

Posted by bmedia on Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Wildwoods Pest Getting Rid of Wasps, Bees, and Hobo Spiders

The three common pests during the summer in the Portland and Gresham area are wasps, bees, and hobo spiders. Wildwoods Pest Control has a great track record for exterminating all three.


Wasps will sting if they are agitated or disturbed—unlike bees a wasp can sting multiple times. Wasps will also attack in packs, which can be dangerous and deadly. If someone in your home is allergic to wasp stings, they can suffer from a severe reaction that requires immediate medical attention. Don’t risk a wasp attack. Wildwoods will determine the location of the wasp nest and administer the best method for wasp control.

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In addition to pain and swelling, bee stings result in other symptoms like nausea and vomiting, fainting and closing of the throat in people who are allergic. In the case of a backyard beehive, multiple stings have the potential to kill someone who is extremely allergic to bees.

Wildwoods has a great track record as a bee exterminator. Click to learn more about our bee exterminator service.


As recently as 2014 hobo spiders were listed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as one of the three most venomous spiders, next to black widows and the brown recluse, that can be found in the United States. In 2017 the same organization has determined that hobo spider venom is no longer toxic to healthy humans. Wildwoods can help you identify whether your spiders are friendly or venomous.

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At Wildwoods Pest Control, we employ an approach to pest control called “Integrated Pest Management,” we believe that each home should be treated differently because each home is unique.

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

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