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What exactly is the difference between a wasp and a hornet? The fact of the matter is that they are all wasps. Hornet is just a term that people use to refer to social wasps – generally the ones who make the big paper nests the size of a football or larger. The trained professional at Trutech are the experts in wasp, hornet, yellow jacket control and yellow jacket, hornet and wasp removal.

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Now, I am sure you must be wondering how do they make these nests? What might cause them to become aggressive? Where do they go in the winter? Why do some wasps live in paper nests and some live in burrows in the ground? In terms of making the nests, it is similar to the way we make paper – out of wood. Wasps mix their saliva with tree bark to form the paper-like material. Of course, we do not have to spit to make paper, however, wood does have to be processed before it becomes paper.

Wasps tend to become aggressive if their nests are disturbed – leave the disturbing to us! We are highly trained in wasp removal, hornet removal, yellow jacket removal and we are crazy enough to do it! We will keep at it until the job is done! One thing we would advise you, though – try not to mow your lawn until we get there. Wasps are irritated by the vibrations of the lawnmower!

The trained professional at Trutech are the experts in wasp, hornet, yellow jacket control and yellow jacket, wasp and hornet removal.

Social wasps have a queen and some reproductive males. The males mate with the queen in the fall. Once she is gravid (the egg-laying word for pregnant), she finds a piece of bark to sneak under and over- winter. Full of eggs, she comes out in the spring and starts a new colony. Some wasps burrow in the ground. These are generally not social. One example is the cicada killer wasp. She is a big wasp who paralyzes cicadas and takes them to her burrow, where they are eaten alive by her larvae for two weeks! Other examples include yellow jackets. Many yellow jackets burrow under the ground, but some will build nests on walls of houses.Trutech Wasp, Hornet, Yellow Jacket Control and Wasp, Hornet, Yellow Jacket Control Specialists are fully licensed and insured for your Peace of Mind.

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