Bee & Wasp Control in Texas
While our interest is protecting you and your family from painful stings, we also care about a balanced ecosystem. If our team can relocate honey bees, that’s what we’ll do.
Stinging insects like wasps and bees send upwards of 500,000 people to the ER each year! These dangerous pests are especially active during spring and summer to early fall when the colonies forage for food for the upcoming winter months.
If you find a nest on your property, contact a professional promptly to assess the situation. We will be able to inspect thoroughly, confirm the type of stinging insects and recommend the best course of action for treatment options.
Honey bees are an important part of our ecosystem. That is why we have a local beekeeper on staff.
Our pest control specialists and certified beekeepers on staff all use an integrated approach designed to offer our customers the most effective and safest bee & wasp control with the least environmental impact.
We understand the long & short-term effects of certain treatments on the environment and how they can negatively impact specific species such as honey bees. We have a trained beekeeper on staff with knowledge of the relocating process.