Connecticut Pest Control, Exterminator and Wildlife Removal

Signs of wasp nests

Signs of wasp nests can range from the obvious to the down right dangerous.  This is especially true for children and those who are allergic. What’s the difference and when do you need a professional if you see a sign of wasp nests.  I’m choosing to tell you about the most dangerous signs of wasp […]

bees, wasps David Bisaillon July 4th, 2017

Large wasps on your lawn?

Large wasps on your lawn is a growing problem. We get many calls every year about them from frantic homeowners.  These wasps are actually called Cicada killers.  As the name implies they are parasitic to Cicadas.  These wasps are very docile and aren’t a social wasp.  They don’t build large hives and the likelihood of […]

bees, wasps David Bisaillon July 1st, 2017

Wasps in a wall are a real problem

Wasps in a wall can be quite a dilemma for the average homeowner.  The reason is that rarely does a homeowner approach the issue knowing exactly what’s going on and what the consequences are for taking care of the problem wrong. Here’s what the average scenario looks like to a homeowner: They see wasps (more […]

bees, wasps David Bisaillon July 15th, 2016

Carpenter bees and their damage

Carpenter bees and carpenter bee damage is difficult to prevent.  Every spring between April and June the phone at the office begins to ring off the hook with homeowners who have carpenter bees and are afraid of carpenter bee damage.  It’s worth noting that carpenter bee damage is never structural in nature.  The damage that […]

Carpenter bees, general, Home Improvement, pest control David Bisaillon March 30th, 2016

Hornets Nests: By Late Summer They Can Be Large

Hornets are large and black with a white mark on their face. They build ball-shaped nests in trees, shrubs and on the sides of homes. The hornets nest in this picture was taken in September at a home in Southbury, CT. Hornets are social insects much like other “bees,” but while all wasps and hornets […]

bees, pest control, wasps David Bisaillon August 3rd, 2014