Your Tulsa pest control company can eliminate wasps anywhere they become a pest. Wasp’s are an important part of our ecosystem. They cross pollinate plants and allow them to reproduce. They hunt a lot of harmful insects. While they do many of these things that are good for our environment, they can also be a pest. If they build a nest in a place that is too close to humans then they can cause problems. The sting of a wasp can be dangerous in certain situations. So in this article, let us take a good hard look at wasps, their life cycle and what you and your Tulsa pest control company can do to protect yourself against these stinging insects.


This sting of a wasp is designed to paralyze it’s prey. The female wasp will fly around and search for small spiders and grubs in order to paralyze them and take them back to her nest. She will put these paralyzed insects inside a cell of her nest and then lay an egg on top of it. Then she’ll cap off the cell and her job is done. Once that egg hatches, the larva will feed upon the paralyzed insect and then develop into a full grown adult size wasp.

Because of this, the wasps sting is really a cocktail of neurotoxins that are used to paralyze these insects. While they can be used for hunting and providing food for the young, they can also be used as a defense mechanism. Wasp’s have no barbs in their stinger so they can sting multiple times if necessary. If they inject their neurotoxins into your skin it will feel like fire. For most people, basic first aid will alleviate the situation. Simply remove the stinger apply an antiseptic and bandage appropriately. But for some people wasp stings cause much more dangerous problems. If you have an allergic reaction to these stings, then you could need to see a medical professional for help. Contact your medical professional or Tulsa pest control company for help on this. Check out our reviews!


If you see a wasp that simply wants to fly through yard, it’s not really a big issue. It’s simply looking for something to eat or hunting for food. But once in a while, a wasp will set up shop with a nest near your loved ones. At this point, this wasp has become a pest. Wasps will protect their young with vigor. It’s at this point that you will need to contact a Tulsa pest control company to help you get rid of these wasp nests if they’re in an inconvenient place.

If you’re having issues with wasps or any other pest control problems, then give your Tulsa pest control company a call. Here at TermMax pest control, we are the best in the business at dealing with wasps or any other stinging insects. We service the greater Tulsa area, including Broken Arrow, Coweta, Claremore, Catoosa, Bixby, Jenks, Owasso, Turley, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Prattville, and so much more. Call today for a free estimate. We’re here to help!

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