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Imagine enjoying a BBQ with your friends and family and not worry about Wasps ruining your fun. You Don’t have to imagine anymore! All N One Pest Eliminators are your local and friendly Wasp Experts!

When Wasps have chosen to build their nest on your home they may wreak havoc and discomfort for you and your loved ones. Dealing with Wasps can be dangerous, especially when you try to get rid of wasp nests.

Wasp species tend to be more aggressive in mid to late summer, making our Summer Wasps Control Special the most effective way to get rid of Wasps. Every Summer we help families just like yours protect their home and enjoy their yards.

We you are ready to take control of your yard and patio, call our friendly team of Diamond Control Pest Control Experts who will easily guide you through the process of eliminating annoying wasps!

Keep on reading on this page and you will learn about Wasp Identification, signs of an infestation, and other helpful information about Wasps.

A photo of a boy and girl playing on the grass in the background with a wasp nest hanging in the foreground

Unsuspecting Children Running and Playing near an active Wasp Hive. Selective focus on the Nest.

Signs of a Wasp infestation

The biggest sign of a wasp infestation is the nest itself and nearby wasps swarming around your home. During the Spring, a Queen Wasps builds her nest for her wasps the size of a golf ball and as the number of Wasps increase the nest grows bigger.

Surprisingly, a nest can be as big as a basketball in size! Wasps love to build their nests on home exteriors such as eaves, gutters and soffits.

Wasps also build their nests near entry/exits of homes so the probability of a Wasp entering your home is very high since they are looking for a food source. The best way to handle an infestation is to call a professional to get it safely removed.

Wasp Facts

Wasps are beneficial in a way that they are predators and help us get rid of other unwanted insects around your home.

Wasps are highly attracted to sweet foods so keep those sugary goodies sealed and stored away. The best wasp traps are sodas, fruit juices and fruits! These are all great products for bait stations to control wasp and bees! They are also attracted to flowers and plant life so take precautions in your beautiful gardens.

When a Wasp stings, they sting multiple times and they don’t leave their stingers behind unlike bees. A Wasp’s venom also contains a pheromone that triggers other wasps to become aggressive and sting as well. Be careful not to swat one around other Wasps or even worst, a nest!

In the Winter time, Wasps die and end up abandoning their nest since they are never reused. Queens are then on search for a new location to build her new colony for the upcoming Spring time. Wasps live in their nests majority of the year so make sure you have a pest treatment to protect yourself and your loved ones!

Pest Control Services

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 Wasps Control 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 really made sure to cover the entire property thoroughly. Every Summer we have Wasps intrude our home and now we don’t have to worry about them anymore! Thanks All N One!

Lily B. Oakville, CA

Types of Wasps We Eliminate for You

There are about 4,000 species of Wasps but luckily there are only a few social wasps in the California Region. Typical social wasps in sunny California are Paper Wasps, Mud Daubers, and Yellow Jackets.

The first step on getting rid of wasp is to know what they look like! Wasps have a thin waist, which is the most noticeable thing that differentiates from other stinging pests.

The size of a wasp is the longest of the stinging insects group about 1 inch in size. The color of Wasps varies depending on which species but the most common color is a reddish brown and their body is also smooth and shiny.

1 Paper Wasps

Females are solitary and build nests from paper. These nests often appear along the eaves of homes during summer months. They are 2 – 4 inches across and have a honeycomb appearance.

This type of wasp is not very aggressive but when people disturb them they will defend their nest with their lives. Paper Wasps are a brown coloration with bright colored bands such as red and yellow.

2 Mud Daubers

Just like their name they build their nest with mud or clay, which is about 2 – 3 inches across with rows of round cells containing developing embryos. You will find these pests near puddles because they are collecting mud to build their nests.

Do not be surprised when you see ground nests or nests in crevices of your home because unlike other hornets and wasp they aren’t as aggressive. Just ensure not to intrude their home because they may sting! They are metallic with dark colors such as black and blue. Sealing the crevice or using insecticide dust is a great control product to kill wasp.

3 Yellow Jackets

All yellowjackets are wasps but not all wasps are yellowjackets. These are stinging wasps that build large communal hives. There are 3 different kinds of Yellow Jackets and can read more on the Yellow Jackets page. Most of the time they are not aggressive unless they are disturbed.

A photo collage of 3 wasps types, Yellow Jackets, Mud Daubers, and Paper Wasps

Definitely 5 stars. Got rid of the wasps nest right above my sliding door. The treatment process was a breeze! The tech that came out really knew his stuff and gave me advice about some other pest problems I was having!

Jake R. Walnut Creek, CA

Reducing the amount of artificial light outside

Many bugs are attracted to artificial light sources. The bugs that are drawn to the light provide an excellent source of food for spiders. Using motion detection light that only operate when needed is a great option to reduce artificial outdoor light.

Sealing Cracks and Gaps

Spiders and other pests can enter your home through the tiniest cracks and gaps around doorways, windows, or imperfections around the foundation. New seals, screens, and fillers can be used to seal these entry points.

Keep roof overhangs and base of your house clean

Debris, cobwebs, weeds and dirt around the base of you home and roof overhangs provide insects a perfect habitat to live. A shop-vac can be an effective too for reaching hard to reach areas when cleaning.

Move wood piles away from home

Piles of wood, like supplies of firewood, are notorious homes for spiders like black widows. While treatments around the wood can help minimize spider activity, it is a good practice to keep the wood stored away from your home. It is also a good practice to use gloves when gathering wood and inspecting it for spiders before bringing into the house.

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Don’t let Wasps intrude on your fun! Treating a Wasps nest is risky and tricky if not done by removal specialists! All N One will locate the nest and remove it safely to keep your home and loved ones safe! Satisfaction Guarantee!