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Stinging insects are a nuisance, and wasps can be especially bothersome. If you or someone in your family is allergic to stings, having wasps around is also life-threatening. For the most part, these flying insects sting only when they feel threatened, but because they build their nests just about anywhere, you cannot always avoid them.

Habitat and Habits

Once you know what kinds of Arizona wasps you're dealing with, enlist the help of a pest control service to get rid of them. Wasps begin building their nests in the spring. They need a source of food and water, so they may choose to live near swimming pools and gardens. Often, they move into your outbuildings, under your roof overhang or inside your retaining wall.

What Kinds of Wasps Live in Arizona?

Don't Take on Your Wasps Alone

If any of these Arizona wasps live in or near your home, avoid nasty stings by calling in a professional. At Burns Pest Control, we use the latest technology to control wasps in homes, restaurants and business facilities in the Phoenix, Tucson and Las Vegas regions. Get in touch with us today for more information and to schedule pest control services.

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