Wasp Control, Carroll County, GA

When performing wasp control, we take extra safety precautions to protect ourselves and your property.

A wasp is a flying insect that is black and yellow in color. Wasps have hairless bodies with yellow and black rings, and they can sting when provoked. A wasp sting places a small amount of venom into the victim’s body. Wasps can sting humans and animals, making their presence concerning on your property. If someone is allergic to the venom, they could experience a serious reaction that may threaten their life. It’s important to protect yourself and your family from the risks and discomfort of wasp stings. If you notice a wasp nest on your home’s exterior or anywhere on the property, it’s worth bringing in an expert to safely remove it and perform ongoing wasp control services.

Wasp Control in Carroll County, Georgia

Wasps create nests with honeycomb-style patterns, although they are often placed in the eaves of homes, behind and inside exterior light fixtures, and in other outdoor spaces. They make their nests on properties where they have access to a food source. A colony has a queen that can have up to 30,000 offspring, depending on the surrounding conditions and whether she has access to food. It’s important to eliminate wasps from your property at the first sign of them, as they will sting if they feel their home or colony is threatened.

Watch Out for These Signs of Stinging Insect Nests

Our team at Overwatch Pest Management specializes in wasp control. We work with residential and commercial clients located throughout the Carroll County, Georgia area. When performing wasp control, we take extra safety precautions to protect ourselves and your property. Contact us to learn more or request a free quote.


At Overwatch Pest Management, we are proud to provide wasp control services to customers in Newnan, Carrolton, Whitesburg, Sharpsburg, Palmetto, Senoia, Turin, Grantville, Moreland, Haralson, Sargent, Peachtree City, Fayetteville, Tyrone, Brooks, LaGrange, and Douglasville, Georgia, as well as throughout Carroll County, Heard County, Coweta County, Troup County, Meriweather County, Spalding County, Fayette County, and Fulton County.