Wasp Control, Winston-Salem, NC

Call us for safe and effective wasp control.

While the majority of wasp species are solitary wasps, it is the social wasps that create large colonies that can become a fearsome problem at your Winston-Salem, North Carolina home. While some species are not highly aggressive, others, such as yellow jackets, certainly can be. Regardless of the species that is causing you concern, here at Brown Pest Control, we can take care of the situation safely and effectively.

Wasp Control in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

While much attention is given to bees as pollinators, it might interest you to know that wasps can also be beneficial in our ecosystem for the same reason. Thankfully, or unhappily, depending on how you look at it, we are not seeing a population problem with wasps. Therefore, wasp control is pretty straightforward as we do not need to protect them. We do, however, need to protect ourselves, as well as your family, when we perform wasp control as wasp stings are incredibly painful and can even cause anaphylactic shock if you are allergic. Another problem with wasps is that their stinger is smoother, permitting them to sting multiple times. The opposite is true of a bee in that once they sting, they are “stuck” and cannot sting again.

If you are having an issue with wasps, we recommend calling us to schedule a free consultation so that we can assess the situation and provide you with a quote for wasp control based on our findings. We also go over the extent of our service, which includes removing the chemical trail to avoid another colony finding the same spot inviting. We will also discuss other steps you can take to minimize another invasion, such as sealing up access points. If you would like to know more about our wasp control or any of our pest control services, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.


At Brown Pest Control, we offer wasp control services in Winston-Salem, Rural Hall, King, Danbury, Pfafftown, Lewisville, Clemmons, Mocksville, Advance, Lexington, High Point, and Kernersville, North Carolina.