If you have lived in Dallas for any period of time, you’re probably no stranger to the bees and wasps. You’ve come to the right place if you’re in need of a pest removal specialist. Go Dallas Pest Control has these removal specialists who enjoy protecting your residence, family, pets, or clients from the harms of stinging insects.
We’re able to offer bee removal services for both homes and businesses.
Our staff works through the entire Dallas, Texas area to remove all types of pest and other stinging insects. Our stinging insect experts are experienced with removing bees, wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets. We will remove the existing threat, as well as work to prevent the stinging insects from returning. Our experts will also clean-up the mess that they often leave behind. This usually involves removing any nests and waste materials that is left behind.
Below is a set of items to consider when attempting to eradicate a bee problem:
They will mind their own business as long as they are not disturbed. If you find a nest or swam of bees, just back away and do not disturb them. Be cautious about Africanized bees because they do not necessarily need to be provoked to attack. These insects tend to be more hostile.
Whenever you remove any stinging insect away from your home or business, you must also have the nest and any other left overs removed or the insect will come back. When obtaining rates, make certain that the businesses include this service within their quote or it may wind up costing you a lot more than you anticipated.
When our specialists go to your home, they’ll ensure that there are no openings in the house, such as holes in the walls or gaps in your roof top, that the bees or wasps can use to go in your home. It is always our first priority to see that your family and pets are protected.
Do not be deceived by the these insecticides sold in stores. These items are just temporary solutions plus they won’t dispose of the beehive. Spraying them is only going to annoy them and send them into attack mode. Their removal is best left to specialists.
When you notice a nest or swarm, you should never approach it. Africanized may look just like honey, but they’re considerably more aggressive. We have had customers get stung in excess of thirty times simply because they attempted to remove a hive with a broom. We simply cannot emphasize this enough: Avoid beehives. Their attacks could be fatal to people.
As opposed to some other pest control companies, we don’t just send out our everyday pest control technicians to manage a bee removal job. Our pest removal specialists are truly passionate about safeguarding the families and take their work seriously. Chances are, if you’ve seen several of them around your house or office, then you probably have a swarm or nest in the area. A single nest of them will contain 1000s of them! I know we do not have to inform you how dangerous it really is to possess a their nest near your house.
If you feel they have constructed a nest near your house or you want us to clear out a swarm that’s staying around, give our bee removal experts a phone call. Don’t fret, do not be forced to pay any kind of inspection fee. After you contact us we’ll ask you details about your problem so that we can present you with an estimate right over the phone. We provide you with flat-rates to ensure you know exactly how much it’s going to cost. We even guarantee our work, so that you know it will be done correctly. Call (214) 838-0067 today so we can show you how we’ll earn your business.
You probably already know that Dallas cockroaches aren’t uncommon. While you may have to deal with them outside in public, that doesn’t mean that you have to settle for them coming into your home. First, let’s go over the two distinct types of them that you’ll find in the Dallas – Ft. Worth area.
The American Cockroach
This one, and other similar such as the smoky-brown or oriental cockroach, can reach up to two inches in size. You might hear friends and family refer to these as tree roaches or wood roaches. People will use a number of names to keep from calling them. They typically live outdoors in wood piles or hollow trees. If you live anywhere near trees, then you probably have a hollow tree somewhere that’s perfect for them to nest in. It’s common for residents to encounter these outside. Many people also find a few of them in their homes in week. These cockroaches will often enter through cracks found near loose-fitting windows, or holes where electric wires or pipes pass through. They usually won’t hide immediately when you turn on the lights. If you have been having these enter your home and you would like to not encounter them in the future, we can come out and spray around your house. We’ll also inspect your home and cover up any problematic areas where they are entering from.
The German Cockroach
This is the disgusting cockroach that most people think of when they think about them. They’re typically about a half-inch in length and they have wings when they’re adults. If you notice one of these things in your home, then you need to call us immediately. Once they’re in your home, they can lay egg capsules, which hatch in about three days after being deposited in your home. Each capsule contains 30 to 40 eggs. This means that within a few days of it entering your home, you could soon be dealing with 10s, if not 100s of them, depending on how many females there are. These are active at night, and are afraid of the light. They’re often found in kitchens and bathrooms because they look for a source of food, moisture and warmth. Other common areas they’re found include attics, crawl spaces, and garbage areas. They also become more resistant to over-the-counter insecticides over recent years. This is another reason why it’s important that you call us immediately at the first sign of such a cockroach in your home.
Everyone agrees that this is one of the most disgusting insects. Not only are they disgusting, but they are also known to transmit food poisoning, salmonella and typhoid. We care about the safety of your family, pets, and home. If you suspect them, please be sure to call (214) 838-0067 and we’ll send out our Go Dallas cockroach professionals today!
Defending residents from Dallas spiders has become one of our specialties. Whether you simply hate having any of them in your house, or you think you have one of the two poisonous (the Black Widow and Brown Recluse), we’ll be glad to help you out.
Brown Recluse Removal & Extermination
The Brown Recluse that you’ll find in Dallas, TX isn’t very large. It is usually 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch. Most often, it will be a golden-brown color, and have a black line on its back. Some say this black line is in the shape of a violin, which results in the brown recluse also being nicknamed the fiddleback spider, brown fiddler, or violin. We commonly find found brown recluse in wood piles, sheds, basements, closets, and garages.
Black Widow Removal & Extermination
You’re probably at least somewhat familiar with the appearance of the Black Widow since it has fairly iconic coloring. Its body is a shiny black with a red hourglass on its underside. We’ve found black widows in houses, barns, basements, sheds and woodpiles. The black widow is very poisonous and is quite common. When reaching into any area that you cannot completely see, you should be sure to wear gloves to protect yourself from a potential spider bite.
If you see either of these poisonous ones you should call us immediately. It’s easy to kill the spider with something long, but that won’t help to protect you from the others that are lurking where you do not see them. If you found one, you can bet yourself there are others.
If you have other, non-poisonous in your home, we’re also more than willing to assist you. More Americans are afraid of spiders than they are of shots or flying on airplanes. We can help remove the existing insects from your home and prevent future pest from getting in. Just give us a call at (214) 838-0067 today and we’ll send out our spider removal specialists.