DATE POSTED: August 26, 2019
There are steps homeowners should take in late summer to mitigate their risk of getting stung, as much as possible. However, when dealing with stinging insects, the best step is to leave it to the professionals. Big Blue Bug Solutions is your answer in New England. We are safer and more effective than DIY methods of removal and more cost-effective, as well.
DATE POSTED: April 3, 2019
Many of us here in Worcester feel a lot more alive and energetic when the days get warm and sunny after several months of cloudy skies and frosty weather. The same is true for pests such as wasps. No one wants a wasps nest threatening their security, which is why it is important to take steps to prevent wasps from deciding to nest on your property.
DATE POSTED: August 29, 2018
Yellow jackets, wasps, and hornets love the heat. The warm weather gives them more energy to buzz around and allows them to become more active. This is why as the summer rolls on you will see more and more of these stinging insects.
DATE POSTED: September 9, 2016
This is the time of year when wasps and hornets start to become a real pain, in a very literal sense. Stinging insects spend all spring and summer building their populations. So this is the time of year when you have a greater chance of running into one. But not all encounters are the same. Some stinging insects don't want anything to do with you, and others are wired to be aggressive. Let's talk…
DATE POSTED: September 17, 2014
Wasps. The mere mention of them strikes terror into the heart of most people, and for good reason.
DATE POSTED: August 30, 2014
Though yellow jackets resemble honey bees, without the tan fur, that is where the resemblance ends. They don't carry pollen, and they don't have the flattened hairy hind legs to carry it. They also don't lose their stinger when they sting you. An adult yellow jacket can sting several times--and is happy to do just that.