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Your Hornet problems are over! You have found your local and trusted hornet control and removal experts at All N One Pest Eliminators!

Every Summer our Diamond Certified Pest Control Experts have helped our neighbors just like you enjoy their outdoors without the worry of a dangerous hornet attack.

When you have seen hornets or any flying insects around your home it may be a huge probability there is a nest close by. Keeping hornets from nesting around your home is the first line of defense!

All N One Pest Eliminators offers a preventative maintenance that is easy to set up. For safety precautions it is best to call a pest control company like All n One Pest Eliminators who aren’t afraid of hornets or wasp sting. Call today!

Continue reading on this page to learn more about how to identify a what types of hornets are common in California, how to identify them, and other helpful information about hornets.

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striped angry wasp stuck a sharp thorn in the human skin

Types of Hornets We Eliminate for You

There are about 20 different hornet species in the world like the famous dangerous giant hornet but luckily, we only have 2 that mainly appear in the California Region. Hornet identification is a key to hornet prevention!

European Hornet or Wasp

  • Color: Brown and yellow abdominal stripes.
  • Size: Between ¾ to 2 inch.
  • Nest: These nests are found in hanging in hollow trees, walls of houses and attics. Sometimes they are exposed on buildings.
  • Threat: Beneficial because they provide insect control but may be threatening if near their nest. They strip shrubs from bushes to build their nest.

Bald-Faced Hornet

  • Color: Black in color with a white face
  • Size: About 12 to 15mm
  • Nest: Typically exposed and overhangs on trees, buildings or other structures.
  • Threat: Beneficial because they control insects and prey on other yellow Jackets so they’re great for yellow jacket control! They may be threatening if near their nest and when they attack they attack in a swarm.

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Alameda County

Alameda County Area

Contra Costa County

Contra Costa County Area

Napa County

Napa County Area

*Limited Service Areas

Solano County

Solano County Area

*Limited Service Areas

Counties Where We Provide Hornet Removal Services

*Limited service area, please see the county page for cities and towns we provide pest control services for.

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All N One Pest Eliminators came and conquered. The process of getting rid of the hornet nest was so quick and easy. They have also taken care of ant and spider control for us too.” 5 stars for being so friendly!

Rachel K. Concord, CA

Signs of a Hornet Infestation

The biggest sign of a Hornet infestation is the nest itself. Once a Hornet has been spotted you should figure out their flight pattern and you will notice how Hornets arrive and depart from their nest. Hornets will collect wood fibers from fences or trees when building nests so another sign are damaged wood.

Where and how do Hornets create nests?

Depending on the species but wasps, hornets and yellow jackets typically like to build their nests in high areas.

A Hornet Queen builds her nest around water sources such as pools and ponds for easier access of water. The benefit of this is that they offer natural mosquito control. A Hornets nest is built by mixing together collected wood fibers with their saliva.

Just like paper wasps, Hornets nests look like brown paper-mache wrapped around the size of a basketball becoming aerial nests. A Hornets nest is built by mixing together collected wood fibers with their saliva.

If you have seen a Hornets nest please be sure to keep at least a 2-3 meter radius from their nest. Hornet nests can be found in locations such as attics, tree branches, bushes, and buildings and inside of a wall void.

Hornet Life Cycle

A hornet’s life cycle depends on the queen’s ability to survive during the colder weather seasons.

In the Spring, the Queen starts laying eggs to her worker hornets. When the eggs hatch the queen collects insects to feeds the larvae, which are called hornet grubs.

The hornet grubs go through a pupal stage and develop into working adults. As working adults their roles are build nests, protect the nest and gathering food for the colony.

In late summer the queens’ produces sexually mature male and female hornets so that they can begin new cycles. Hornets typically live about 6 months but queens will live through the Wintertime.

A photo of a large hornet’s nest found in an attic by All N One Pest Eliminators

We had a hornet infestation in our backyard towards the end of June and my kids were freaking out about it. We called All n One and they took care of it the next day. I was so amazed by the customer service. We loved working with them.

Scott Douglas Dublin, CA

Difference between Wasps and Hornets

All hornets are wasps but only some wasps are hornets. These two stinging pests bear many similarities such as a similar nest and that both will defend their nests by swarming and stinging repeatedly.

A wasp and hornet are easily mistaken for one another but here are the differences. For more information about the types of wasps, wasps control and what a wasp nest looks like, visit our Wasp Control Page!

Size

Hornets are much bigger than Wasps

Aggressiveness

Hornets are only aggressive when within a radius of their nest and Wasps are very aggressive especially Yellow Jackets.

Nests

Hornets tend to make their nests elevated while Wasps typically build in the ground

Appetite

Hornets and Wasps eat insects and but Hornets rarely dine on sweets.

Are you ready to get rid of those huge nests around your home? Don’t let them create unwanted décor around your home! Protect your home and loved ones today with our proven pest control strategy that is satisfaction guaranteed!

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