Bowers Wildlife & Insect Control Leads The Charge Against Yellow Jacket Infestations

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Anyone who has ever been stung by a yellow jacket knows how painful it can be.

BATTLE CREEK, Mich. - Michimich -- Bowers Wildlife & Insect Control, the leading pest control company in Calhoun and Kalamazoo counties, today announced that the beginning of July is the busy season for dealing with Yellow Jackets – Hornets in the Calhoun and Kalamazoo County areas.

"Yellow jackets are one of the most diverse stinging insects," said Paul Bowers, CEO, and founder of Bowers Wildlife and Insect Control. "In rare cases, yellow jacket stings can be fatal.

"We provide safe and effective solutions to treat yellow jackets. Our services also mitigate the risk of property damage and personal injury.

"We offer year-round pest control services. Our treatment services also help prevent future problems with yellow jackets and other insects."

Yellow jackets are fiercely protective of their nests and will sting if they feel threatened. While yellow jackets typically do not cause structural damage to homes, they can sometimes build nests in attics or walls.

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If these nests are disturbed, the yellow jackets will become aggressive and may sting multiple times. In some cases, they may even chew through the drywall. For this reason, it is best to avoid yellow jacket nests altogether if possible. If you do find them in your living space, remain calm and remove yourself from the area as quickly as possible.

About Bowers Wildlife & Insect Control: Bowers Wildlife & Insect Control is a leading wildlife control company. The company provides safe and effective solutions to rodent, wasp, and spider problems. It also provides safe and effective solutions to yellow jacket problems. Headquartered in Battle Creek, Michigan.

Service areas include Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Portage, Coldwater, Athens, and Marshall, MI.

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