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The pests you wish would just BUZZ off.

Welcome to the world of stinging insects! From the busy honey bee to the mighty yellow jacket, each one has its way of doing things. While these insects help out in nature, they can be a bit tricky for us at home. We're here to explore wasps, honey bees, bald-faced hornets, yellow jackets, carpenter bees, paper wasps, and cicada killers. We want you to understand these buzzing pests better. If you ever need help, we are here to make sure your home stays a happy, safe place.

Stinging Insect


Yellow Jackets

Black and Yellow

Social insects, defensive if nest is disturbed

Aggressive, build nests underground, in trees, or wall voids.

Honey Bee

Black and Amber

Generally not aggresive but may sting in defense

Form colonies in hives, crucial for pollination and honey production

Bald-Faced Hornet

Distinct black and white markings

Large nests resembling footballs

Aggressive when defending nests, less likely to sting without provovation

Carpenter Bees

Primarily black with shiny abdomen with yellow markings

Usually not aggressive, but females may sting if threatened.

Solitary insects create galleries in wooden structures

Paper Wasps

Distinct black and white markings

Build open, umbrella-shaped nests in sheltered areas.

Not as aggressive as yellow jackets but will defend nests if provoked. stings can be painful, especially for those with allergies.


When it comes to protecting your family from stinging pests, seeking the expertise of pest control professionals is crucial. Utilizing methods, such as insecticide treatments and nest removal for an immediate solution that eliminates pests on contact.


Our approach involves determining the appropriate method to deal with stinging pests, taking into account the severity of the infestation and the specific type of pests present. We are here to assess the situation and recommend the most efficient treatment method to ensure the safety of your family. Rest assured that our comprehensive services extend to the removal of nests, providing a thorough and lasting solution to pest problems.


Keep gutters clear and remove any standing water around your home. Trim grass and maintain outdoor foliage to reduce nesting sites.

Seal cracks and gaps in your home and around the exterior such as attic gable vents.

Seal food in airtight containers, and promptly clean outdoor eating areas to minimize attractants for stinging insects.

Install screens on windows and doors, and use mesh or netting to create barriers against stinging insects.


As you navigate the world of stinging insects, remember that professional pest control is your ally. Contact us today at 270-564-8077 for a tailored plan to protect your home from wasps, yellow jackets, honey bees, bald-faced hornets, carpenter bees, paper wasps, cicada killers, and ensure a buzz-free living space for you and your family.

Cicada Killers

Varying colors, generally black with yellow markings

Dig burrows in sandy or loose soil, creating noticeable mounds.

Solitary and generally not aggressive toward humans.

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