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Spring, summer and fall, bees and wasps are a common problem in New York City. Find out how to get rid of them quickly and safely.

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Treatment Plan

Before Treatment:

  1. Inspection: Before any bee or wasp extermination activity, our technicians will perform a thorough inspection of your property to identify the location and size of the bee or wasp nest.
  2. Determine the species: We identify the species of bee, wasp or hornet that needs to be eradicated. Different insects require different approaches.    


  1. Preparation: Our technician will isolate the area to prevent the bees or wasps from escaping or spreading throughout your house or apartment. This means closing all doors and windows.
  2. Nest Removal: Our technicians will use a vacuum system to physically remove the nest.
  3. Sprays or Dust: For wasps and hornets, an eco-friendly pesticide spray is applied to the nest and surrounding areas to kill the wasps. For carpenter bees, we apply a dust. Ecology Exterminating uses only pesticides are registered with the EPA and the NYC Department ofEnvironmental Conservation (DEC).

Post Treatment:

  1.  Monitoring: It is important to allow sufficient time for the wasps to die off, usually several hours or days.
  2.  Prevention: To prevent future infestations, we identify gaps and cracks around your home so you (or your contractor) can seal up likely points of entry. We also identify  potential food sources that attracts bees or wasps to prevent them from coming back into your home.
  3. Follow-up: after treatment, we want to ensure bees, hornets or wasps have been eliminated from your home. Our bee, wasp &hornet extermination services are guaranteed. If pests come back, we do too, until they’re gone for good.
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Wasp Hive

Carpenter Bees


  • 1/2 to 1 inch long  
  • Look similar to bumble bees but carpenter bees have a bare, shiny black abdomen. Bumble bees only have some yellow markings.
  • Male carpenter bees have a a bright yellow spot on their heads
  • Males are aggressive but harmless and cannot sting
  • Females, however, can sting if attacked.  


  • Carpenter bees bore holes into wood to create a tunnel where they can raise their young    
  • They do not live in nests or colonies like yellow jackets and honey bees
  • Entry holes into the wood are usually located in the well-lit and sheltered areas, such as headers, roof eaves, porch ceilings, fascia boards, decks, doors, and window sills
  • Soft wood, such as California redwood, cedar, white pine, and poplar is preferred for nest building
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  • 3/8 to 5/8 inch long            
  • Much like wasps, hornets also have a definite waist
  • Marked with bright yellow and black patterns
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Wasp Nest

Wasps & Yellow Jackets

Bees, wasps & hornets prey on a wide variety of insects and other arthropods (like centipedes, mites and spiders).

The workers survive on foods consumed by people, especially sweets and meat

Wasp colonies are at the largest size during the fall

If a colony is disturbed, worker yellow jackets will aggressively defend their colony by stinging

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