Yellow Jacket control in NJ.
In NJ, Yellow Jacket is the common name for a North American wasp. Since they have black and yellow stripes, many people mistake them for bees. Unlike bees, a yellow jacket does not lose its stinger and can therefore sting its victim repeatedly.
If Yellow Jackets are nesting, it is advised to have them removed as soon as possible. They can be dangerous when disturbed, especially for people with allergies. The Yellow Jacket queens emerge to lay eggs mid-spring and can have 30 to 50 workers in a nest by June.
Alco Pest Control only uses safe and humane methods when dealing with any type of pest or animal. We remove any type of insect, even bed bugs, fleas, termites or roaches. We provide our customers with same day services as well as 24 hour emergency services. If you would like more information on NJ Yellow Jacket control or any of our other services, call us at 973-540-9944.