We are dedicated to providing fast, efficient bee & wasp control. Our services are licensed, insured, and guaranteed.
Specializing in Phoenix Valley bee relocation and wasp extermination
While bees and wasps play a crucial role in pollination and pest control throughout our area, no one wants to step outside and be swarmed by these stinging insects. For those with allergies, an encounter can even be deadly.
At About Time Pest and Weed Control, we specialize in bee and wasp control, with a focus on saving these important insects whenever possible and relocating them to an area where they can provide beneficial services without interfering in your time spent outside.
Looking for bee & wasp control in Phoenix Valley? Contact us today to schedule your FREE initial inspection. We can help.
Our expert technicians combine years of experience with state-of-the-art pest management technology. Our expert technicians understand bee and wasp behavior, allowing them to safely address new beehives, safely relocate if possible, and help repair any potential damage created by these pollinators. In the case of wasps, or when relocation is not possible, these experts will provide safe and effective extermination.
If you find your property regularly attracts bees and wasps, our team will work with you to create a deterrent plan that helps keep the pollinators moving along, keeping your home or business pest-free.
Are you finding swarms of bees around your property? Has a colony moved into your walls or attic? Do you have allergies and worry about stings and the potential health risk?
We understand that the constant buzzing of bees or wasps can be frustrating and frightening and we are here to help. The removal or extermination of these buzzing insects often depends on what type of infestation you have.
When our technicians arrive, you can expect:
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No one wants to share their home with pests and our technicians understand this. Residential pest control begins with a comprehensive inspection and evaluation, looking for signs of pest activity and property damage. Our experts inspect your home, they create a comprehensive treatment plan to exterminate and remove the problem pests, address any home damage, and work with you to create a deterrent and pest management solution to keep your home pest-free.Learn More
Pests in a commercial business can mean lost revenue our team understands the urgency when it comes to pest management. After initial inspection, our team gets straight to work to remove and exterminate the pests as quickly and safely as possible. For our commercial clients, we understand the problems pests create, so our main focus after clearing your business will focus on deterrents and keeping any unwanted pests from every returning.Learn More
The best form of pest management and control is keeping them from every entering your property. We use our expertise to create a deterrent program for your specific property and pest concerns in order to prevent the entry of these pests and further infestations down the road. We address points of entry to determine exclusion points and help to establish a pest-free perimeter to your home or business, ensuring that there is nothing attracting these pests inside.Learn More
Both bees and wasps can be very beneficial to humans and our environment. While bees are well-known for their pollination, wasps are predatory insects that help control pests that can infest crops, gardens, and landscape plants. But what really makes them different?
When it comes to bee populations in the Phoenix area, there are actually many different species, including some that you may not be aware of. Bees are pollinators, covered with tiny hairs that collect pollen and play a vital role in pollination. In addition to these main bee species, you can also find long-horned, mining, squash, sweat, leafcutter, mason, cuckoo, and yellow-faced bees in the Phoenix area.
These are extremely hairy bees that can be up to an inch long and tend to live below boards or underground. They are black with yellow, orange, or white bands.
Honeybees can grow up to ¾ inch and have brownish-gold hair. These are the bees responsible for most of the pollination. While European honeybees do not usually pose much of a threat, here in the Phoenix area, most honeybee colonies are mixed with Africanized honeybees and can become highly aggressive when protecting their hive.
Often confused with bumblebees, carpenter bees have large jaws that allow them to chew wood. While they aren’t usually aggressive, they can cause damage to your home or business.
While wasps may unintentionally pollinate, they are meat and sweet scavengers that collect food to return the nest and feed other colony members. This means they can play a beneficial role in pest control, as they hunt other insects. There are two main wasp species in our area.
These are black and yellow striped wasps that are social and typically ground-nesting, often nesting in rodent burrows, and wall voids, though they can be found in attics.
The three most common paper wasps in our area are the yellow paper wasp, Navajo paper wasp, and Arizona paper wasp. These wasp nests are typically found on roof overhangs and ceilings.