Beware of that little hole in your siding. Those yellow jackets are not simply exploring new territory. They are already staking claim to your home. That hole is the doorway to their new home. A home they have been working on since late spring. They have grown rather fond of their new home and will defend it.
Unfortunately they will do so without blinking an eye and sting you as well.
When you see wasps entering a hole, do not plug it up until you know for sure they are dead.
Did you know that yellow jackets build a paper mâché encasement over their nest? It is this protective membrane that will prevent most chemicals from reaching the queen. Liquids, aerosols and foams will not reach the core unless you have a direct shot in. If not, more often than not. The hive will simply be driven indoors.
Spectrum Pest Control uses a non agitating method that ensures there will be no "accidental" intrusions into your home.
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This is a black yellow jacket nest, otherwise known as a Baldfaced Hornet. The common yellow jacket makes this same kind of nest in protected voids in structures or underground
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